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Ernst Schraube is Professor of Social Psychology of Technology in the Department of People and Technology at Roskilde University. His teaching and research center on the social and political implications of modern technologies in everyday life, and he is currently working on a project on the significance of digital technology in students' learning and conduct of everyday life. He studied at the Free University Berlin from where he received his diploma in psychology and his PhD. His books include Auf den Spuren der Dinge: Psychologie in einer Welt der Technik (Argument) and the co-edited volumes Resistance and Renewal in Theoretical Psychology (Captus University Press), Psychology from the Standpoint of the Subject: Writings of Klaus Holzkamp (Palgrave Macmillan), Psychology and the Conduct of Everyday Life (Routledge), Psychological Studies of Science and Technology (Palgrave Macmillan) and Subjectivity and Knowledge: Generalization in the Psychological Study of Everyday Life (Springer). Before he came to Roskilde University in 2002, he has taught at the Free University Berlin and the University of Innsbruck, and spent the 1998-99 academic year as a visiting research scholar in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, USA. He is President of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP).


  • Psychology
  • Social Psychology of Technology
  • Digitalization and Learning
  • Psychology and the Conduct of Everyday Life
  • Social and Ecological Justice and Political Change
  • Subjectivity
  • Technology and Everyday Practice
  • Qualitative Research
  • Situated Epistemology
  • Theoretical Psychology
  • Critical Psychology
  • Psychology from the Standpoint of the Subject
  • Science and Technology Studies

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