Petra Schuck-Wersig studied informatical sciences and history of art at the Free University of Berlin, after having already obtained a diploma in documentation at the Insitut for Documentation, Frankfurt/Main. She received her doctoral degree at the Free University of Berlin in 1992, working on „Terra incognita imaginis – An Expedition to the Picture.
Contributions to the Analysis of the cultural importance of pictures”. Since 1983, Schuck-Wersig has worked partly as a research associate of the Institute for journalism and communicational sciences, Free University of Berlin, and partly as a free lancing member of several projects concerning marketing in museums. Furthermore, she was a staff member of the Daimler Benz Foundation research association “Living in the City” (“Lebensraum Stadt”) as well as evaluating two ADAPT-projects concerning the introduction of information and communication technologies. Her free lancing work also involves studies and surveys for other insitutes, among others: the Foundation for Prussian Cultural Heritage, the Academy for Technological Impact Assessment Baden-Würtemberg and the FHTW Berlin.
Petra Schuck-Wersig joined the Environmental Policy Research Centre as a research fellow in October 2006.
detailed publication list
Empirical research on the information status and the acceptance of lead free ammunition with German hunters, Analysis of the political discourse concerning the topic (stakeholder dialogues)