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Franziska Marliese Fröhlich

Postdoctoral Fellow (Jun 2023-Sep 2025)

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Franziska Fröhlich studied China studies and India studies at the University of Würzburg and Peking University. In 2022, she received her PhD from the University of Würzburg with a dissertation on discourses about eco-motivated food consumption in China. From 2013 to 2016, she worked as a lecturer at the University of Würzburg, after which she was a senior advanced scholar at Fudan University's School of Social Development and Public Policy.

At the MPIWG, Franziska is a postdoctoral fellow of the Lise Meitner Research Group "China in the Global System of Science." Her research project looks at representations of popular science in artificial intelligence (AI) research to investigate the values and principles of doing science in China. She is currently revising her dissertation into a book manuscript.

Projekte

Popular Science Representations of Artificial Intelligence Research: Investigating the Values of Doing Science in China

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Selected Publications

Alpermann, Björn and Franziska Marliese Fröhlich (2021). “Doing Discourse Research in Chinese Studies: Methodological Reflections on the Basis of Studying Green Consumption and Population Policy.” Asien: The German Journal of Contemporary Asia 154…

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Fröhlich, Franziska Marliese (2018). “Wie kommt das Essen auf meinen Tisch? Subjekte im Diskurs chinesischer ökologischer Bauernmärkte und städtischer Kleingärten.” In Aspekte des sozialen Wandels in China: Familie, Bildung, Arbeit, Identität, ed. B…

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Upcoming Events

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Organized Innovation and Technology Breakthrough: The Goverance Strategies of the Mission-Oriented R&D Organization

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Competing Economic Paradigms? Evolution of Chinese Economic Thought and Theories since China's Reform and Opening-up

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Four Elements vs. Five Phases: Jesuit Influences in the Chinese Scientific and Philosophical Discourse

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Experimenting with Socio-Material Relations: Rural Meteorological Services and its Integration into Agricultural Practices in China

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From Development to Danger. EU Policy with Regard to Research Collaboration with China, 1992-2022

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Past Events

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Number Governance: The Institutionalization of Journal Metrics in the Chinese Science Assessment

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Same-Same but Different? Features and Narratives of Research Collaboration between Scientists from Europe and the PRC

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Dynamics of Academic Publishing in (and from) China: Will Chinese Publishers Be Able to Fulfill the Publishing Needs of Chinese Academic Researchers?

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Guardians of Science: Validation and Institutionalization of Parallel Psychology Fields in Contemporary Iran

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Presentations, Talks, & Teaching Activities

Sustainable Diets: Chinese Consumers between Certified Organic 07/2021 and Farmers’ Markets

Leibniz Confucius Institute Hannover & Institute for Professional Pedagogy and Adult Education of the University of Hannover

Between gated consumption and rural dreams: Discourses about green food choices in China

Annual Conference of the ASC (Social Science China Working Group), “China in Times of Crisis”

Which subject? Considering the governmentality practices of alternative food networks in urban China

Royal Geographic Society with IGB Annual International Conference

Consumption in the People’s Republic of China (Undergraduate seminar)

China Studies Department, University of Würzburg

Writing Back to the Centre: Postcolonial Literature and Theory (Undergraduate seminar)