Luisa Stuhr

Luisa Stuhr studied political science at the Free University of Berlin and ecology and environmental planning at the Technical University of Berlin with a focus on political theory, responsibility ethics, sustainability research and sociology of agriculture.

Her research interests include critical transformation studies, human-nature-technology relations, intersectionality, practice theory, and qualitative methods.

For me, connecting technology and the environment on a sociological level involves a critical and historically embedded engagement with power, resource use, and collective responsibilities.

Current research projects

Current courses

Winter semester 2022/23:

Summer semester 2022:

Recent publications

Stuhr L., Bodirsky B., Jaeger-Erben M., Beier F., Hunecke C., Collignon Q., Lotze-Campen H. (2021): German pig farmers' perceived agency under different nitrogen policies. Environ. Res. Commun. 3 085002


Luisa Stuhr

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