Niklas HartmannPhD student
I deploy the theoretical resources of science and technology studies (STS) to think through issues that are usually addressed by political ecologists, ecological theorists and the conservation community. Particularly, I am interested in the making of contemporary professional and academic environmental knowledge: How is it shaped by broader current cultural and institutional trends as well as particular socio-technical projects with "historically identifiable creators" (Harding)? How does it figure in (and configure) human-environment relations? What kinds of policies, modes of politics, modes of doing research and researcher subjectivities does it presume or can it possibly inform? And what might be alternatives - alternatives that have neither been historically lost nor would require a major rupture, but which might be developed from current practice while readically departing from it.
Spatial stratification of various Lyme disease spirochetes in a Central European site
Richter, D., Schröder, B., Hartmann, N., Matuschka, F. 2013 In: FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 83, 3, p. 738–744. 7 p.
Analyzing spatial data: an assessment of assumptions, new methods, and uncertainty using soil hydraulic data
Zimmermann, B., Zehe, E., Hartmann, N., Elsenbeer, H. 2008 In: Water Resources Research. 44, 10, 18 p.