Schoenberger, Erica

Professor
Environmental Health And Engineering

Ames Hall 501
(410) 366-1277
ericas@jhu.edu

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About

Education
  • Ph.D. 1984, Univ of California Berkeley
Experience
  • 2011 - Present:  J/S FACULTY APPOINTMENT, A&S Anthropology
  • 1996 - Present:  Professor, A&S Anthropology
  • 1989 - Present:  Professor, JHU-KSAS
  • 1989 - Present:  joint appointment; advise graduate students; mentor junior faculty, A&S Anthropology
Research Areas
  • AUTOMOBILE industry
  • Corporate culture and strategy
  • Electronics industry
  • Enviornmental and social history of gold mining
  • Environmental history
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • International competitiveness
  • Multinational corporate investment and locaiton strategies
  • Origins of markets and cities
Awards
  • 2012:  Odebrecht Award for Innovation in Sustainable Development - 2nd place (faculty advisor)
Presentations
  • "Who are markets for and who makes them? Class, state-building and territorial management in the constitution of markets", Conference on the Geographies of Markets.  Montreal Quebec, Canada.  June 14, 2017
  • "The non-market origins of markets: capitalism, institutions and cities", University of British Columbia.  Canada.  January 20, 2017
  • "Who is responsible for the environment?", Internationalnternational Conference on Environmental Science and Technology.  Houston.  June 1, 2016
  • "Tailings storage facilities and environmentally sustainable mining", Internationalnternational Conference on Environmental Science and Technology.  Houston.  June 1, 2016
  • "Special session on "Nature, Choice and Social Power," by Erica Schoenberger", Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.  April 1, 2016
  • "War and Water: Sources of Urban and Regional Creativity and Growth", University of Toronto.  Toronto, Canada.  March 18, 2016
  • "Doing qualitative research while introverted", Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.  San Francisco.  January 1, 2016
  • "Organizing action on climate change", Johns Hopkins University Summit on Climate Change and Health.  Baltimore.  October 2, 2015
  • "Can there be environmentally responsible mining? The case of tailings storage facilities", Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.  Chicago.  April 1, 2015
  • "Cities of Tomorrow I: In honor of Sir Peter Hall", Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.  Chicago.  April 1, 2015
  • "Cities of Tomorrow II: In honor of Sir Peter Hall", Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.  Chicago.  April 1, 2015

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Dangi MB, Schoenberger E, Boland JJ (2017).  Assessment of environmental policy implementation in solid waste management in Kathmandu, Nepal.  Waste Management and Research.  35(6).
  • Ellis H, Schoenberger E (2017).  On the identification of associations between five world health organization water, sanitation and hygiene phenotypes and six predictors in low and middle-income countries.  PLoS ONE.  12(1).
  • Schoenberger E, Walker RA (2017).  Beyond exchange and agglomeration: Resource flows and city environments as wellsprings of urban growth.  Journal of Economic Geography.  17(5).
  • Feldman M, Schoenberger E (2016).  Difference in economic geography.  Environment and Planning A.  48(10).
  • Schoenberger E (2016).  Environmentally sustainable mining: The case of tailings storage facilities.  Resources Policy.  49.
  • Schoenberger E (2016).  Maynard and Iris: Environmental Keynesianism and Deep Democracy.  Dialogues in Human Geography.  6(2).  152-157.
  • Schoenberger E (2016).  Levels of analysis: Comments on Brett Christophers’ The Great Leveler.  Environment and Planning A.  48(12).
  • Dangi MB, Schoenberger E, Boland JJ (2015).  Foreign aid in waste management: A case of Kathmandu, Nepal.  Habitat International.  49.
  • Schoenberger E, Dangi M, Boland JJ (2015).  Foreign Aid in Waste Management: A Case Study of Kathmandu, Nepal.  Habitat International.  49.  393-402.
  • Weiss MA, Schoenberger E (2015).  Peter Hall and the western urban and regional collective at the university of California, Berkeley.  Built Environment.  41(1).
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2013).  Class and Situated Knowledge in Polanyi's "The Great Transformation".  Environment and Planning A.  45.
  • Schoenberger E (2011).  Why is gold valuable? Nature, social power and the value of things.  Cultural Geographies.  18(1).
  • Fisher EB, Schoenberger E (2008).  Who's driving the bus: The importance of interdisciplinary awareness on the road to sustainability.  2008 IEEE Energy 2030 Conference, ENERGY 2008.
  • Schoenberger E (2008).  The origins of the market economy: State power, territorial control, and modes of war fighting.  Comparative Studies in Society and History.  50(3).
  • Schoenberger E (2004).  The spatial fix revisited.  Antipode.  36(3).
  • Schoenberger E (2001).  Interdisciplinarity and social power.  Progress in Human Geography.  25(3).
  • Schoenberger E (2001).  Constructing roots: In memory of Ben Harrison.  Antipode.  33(1).
  • Schoenberger E (2001).  Corporate autobiographies: The narrative strategies of corporate strategists.  Journal of Economic Geography.  1(3).
  • Schoenberger E (2000).  The living wage in Baltimore: Impacts and reflections.  Review of Radical Political Economics.  32(3).
  • Schoenberger E (1998).  Discourse and practice in human geography.  Progress in Human Geography.  22(1).
  • Schoenberger E (1992).  Self-criticism and self-awareness in research: A reply to Linda McDowell.  Professional Geographer.  44(2).
  • Schoenberger E (1991).  The corporate interview as a research method in economic geography.  Professional Geographer.  43(2).
  • Schoenberger E (1990).  U.S. Manufacturing Investments in Western Europe: Markets, Corporate Strategy, and the Competitive Environment.  Annals of the Association of American Geographers.  80(3).
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New models of regional change.  New models in geography. Vol. I.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  Thinking about Flexibility: A Response to Gertler.  Transactions/Institute of British Geography.  14.  98-108.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  Some dilemmas of automation: strategic and operational aspects of technological change in production.  Economic Geography.  65(3).
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  Business Dilemmas and Social Dilemmas: Social and Geographic Aspects of Industrial Competitiveness..  Geografiska Annaler.  71B(1).  19-30.
  • Schoenberger E (1988).  Multinational Corporations and the New International Division of Labor: A Critical Appraisal.  International Regional Science Review.  11(2).
  • Schoenberger E (1988).  Multinational Corporations and the New International Division of Labor: A Critical Appraisal.  International Regional Science Review.  11(2).
  • Schoenberger E (1988).  The Ambiguous Future of Professional and Technical Workers in Manufacturing: Some Hypotheses.  Acta Sociologica.  31(3).
  • Schoenberger E (1988).  From Fordism to Flexible Accumulation: Technology, Competitive Strategies and International Location.  Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.  6.  245-262.
  • Schoenberger E (1987).  Technological and Organizational Change in Automobile Production: Spatial Implications.  Regional Studies.  21(3).
  • Schoenberger E (1986).  Competition, Competitive Strategy and Industrial Change: The Case of Electronic Components.  Economic.  62(4).
  • Schoenberger E (1985).  Foreign Manufacturing Investment in the United States: Competitive Strategies and International Location.  Economic Geography.  61(3).
  • Schoenberger E (1984).  Developpement Regional et Technologies de Pointe dans le Nord/Pas de Calais: Considerations Analytiques.  Revue de l'economie regional et urbaine.  4.
Books
  • Schoenberger E (2014).  Nature, choice and social power.
  • Schoenberger E (1997).  The Cultural Crisis of the Firm.  Basil Blackwell, Oxford.
Book Chapters
  • Dunn E, Schoenberger E (2012).  The Genuine and the Counterfeit: Qualitative Methods in Economic Geography and Anthropology.  The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography.
  • Schoenberger E (2007).  Politics and practice: Becoming a geographer.  Politics and Practice in Economic Geography.
  • Schoenberger E (2003).  The globalization of environmental management: International investment in the water, wastewater and solid waste industries.  Remaking the Global Economy: Economic-Geographical Perspectives.
  • Schoenberger E (2000).  The Management of Space and Time.  The Handbook of Economic Geography.  Oxford University Press.
  • Schoenberger E (2000).  The Management of Space and Time.  The Handbook of Economic Geography.  Oxford University Press.
  • Schoenberger E (2000).  Creating the Corporate World: Strategy and Culture, Time and Space.  A Companion to Economic Geography.  Blackwell.
  • Schoenberger E (2000).  The Management of Space and Time.  The Handbook of Economic Geography.  Oxford University Press.
  • Schoenberger E (2000).  The Management of Space and Time.  The Handbook of Economic Geography.  Oxford University Press.
  • Schoenberger E (1999).  The Firm in the Region and the Region in the Firm.  Regions, Institutions and Technology.  Routledge.
  • Schoenberger E (1999).  The Firm in the Region and the Region in the Firm.  Regions, Institutions and Technology.  Routledge.
  • Schoenberger E (1999).  The Firm in the Region and the Region in the Firm.  Regions, Institutions and Technology.  Routledge.
  • Schoenberger E (1999).  The Firm in the Region and the Region in the Firm.  Regions, Institutions and Technology.  Routledge.
  • Schoenberger E (1999).  The Firm in the Region and the Region in the Firm.  Regions, Institutions and Technology.  Routledge.
  • Schoenberger E (1996).  Corporate and Regional Competitiveness.  Urban Regions in a Global Context.  University of Toronto.
  • Schoenberger E (1995).  Learning or Leaving?.  Regiovision: Neue Strategien fur alte Industrieregionen.  Rainer Hamp Verlag.
  • Schoenberger E (1995).  Learning or Leaving?.  Regiovision: Neue Strategien fur alte Industrieregionen.  Rainer Hamp Verlag.
  • Schoenberger E (1995).  Learning or Leaving?.  Regiovision: Neue Strategien fur alte Industrieregionen.  Rainer Hamp Verlag.
  • Schoenberger E (1994).  Competition, Time and Space in Industrial Change.  Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism.  Greenwood Press.
  • Schoenberger E, Harkness J (1994).  Die Automobilindustrie in den USA und in Detroit.  Modernisierungs und Diversifitzierungsstrategien von Grossunternehmen im Strukturwandel.  LIT Verlag.
  • Schoenberger E (1994).  Competition, Time and Space in Industrial Change.  Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism.  Greenwood Press.
  • Schoenberger E, Martinelli, F (1992).  Les oligopoles? Ils vont bien, merci..  Districts et reseaux: Nouveaux paradigmes du developpement regional.  Presses Universitaires de France.
  • Schoenberger E, Kargon, R, Leslie, SW (1992).  Far Beyond Big Science: Science Regions and the Organization of Research and Development.  Big Science: The Growth of Large Scale Research.  Stanford University.
  • Schoenberger E, Kargon, R, Leslie, SW (1992).  Far Beyond Big Science: Science Regions and the Organization of Research and Development.  Big Science: The Growth of Large Scale Research.  Stanford University.
  • Schoenberger E, Kargon, R, Leslie, SW (1992).  Far Beyond Big Science: Science Regions and the Organization of Research and Development.  Big Science: The Growth of Large Scale Research.  Stanford University.
  • Schoenberger E, Martinelli, F (1991).  Oligopoly is alive and well: Notes for a broader discussion on flexibility..  Industrial Change and Regional Development: The Transformation of New Industrial Spaces.  Belhaven Press.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  Multinational Corporations and the New International Division of Labor: A Critical Appraisal.  Work Transformed?.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  Technological and Organizational Change in Automobile Production: A New Context for Regional Policy.  Regional Processes and Regional Policy.  Budapest: Center for Regional Studies.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
  • Schoenberger E (1989).  New Models of Regional Change.  New Models in Geography.  Unwin Hyman.
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