Erica Schoenberger

Categories: Behavior Analysis/Change, Economic Development, Urban Planning/Built Environment

E²SHI Executive Committee member
Professor, Dept of Environmental Health and Engineering
Director, Minor for Engineering in Sustainability
Whiting School of Engineering
Department of Anthropology, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

ericas@jhu.eduFaculty Website

Research Areas:
  • Connections between environment and society.
  • Corporate culture and strategy, auto industry, electronics industry, mining, and multinational corporations

Selected Publications

Schoenberger, E. (2010). "Why is Gold Valuable? Nature, Social Power and the Value of Things." Cultural Geographies, 18(1), pp. 3-24. 

Schoenberger, E. (2015). Nature, Choice and Social PowerNew York: Routledge.

Keywords: Corporate social responsibility, Environmental policy, Production/manufacturing, Urban sustainability

Now I truly believe that we in this generation must come to terms with nature, and I think we're challenged, as mankind has never been challenged before, to prove our maturity and our mastery, not of nature but of ourselves.
— Rachel Carson, Author, Silent Spring