Profile Page Dr. Andreas Streinzer

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Name Andreas Streinzer
Title Dr.
Institute/School SHSS - School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Address SHSS-HSG
Büro 51-7002
Unterer Graben 21
9000 St. Gallen
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Phone +41 71 224 2202
Main Focuses Andreas Streinzer is Post-doc researcher at the Transcultural Studies Group at the HSG and co-coordinator of the project "Europe´s Un/deserving" (PI: Jelena Tosic). He is associate researcher at the Institute for Social Research, Frankfurt am Main. He was trained in sociology at Lancaster University, social philosophy at Goethe University Frankfurt, and graduated in social and cultural anthropology from University of Vienna in June 2019. He was a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle/ Saale and Postdoc Fellow of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). His dissertation investigated reconfigurations of provisioning during the economic crisis in Greece. He developed an analytic framework to ethnographically study socio-economic formations during rapid transformations combining state austerity, recession and disconsumption. In his current research, he investigates the moralisation of inequalities in Europe, specifically concerning questions of taxation and welfare in Austria.
Further fields of research Europäisierung, Anthropologie Europas
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  1. Item Streinzer, Andreas & Terpe, Sylvia (2023) Productivist fiscal deservingness: Entangled understandings of reciprocity and redistribution among German business owners. Economic Anthropology, 10 (1). 122-131.
  2. Project Tosic, Prof. Dr. Jelena; Streinzer, Dr. Andreas; Baski, Marta & Lassak, Maria (2021) • Europe’s Un/Deserving: Moralizations of Inequality in Comparative Perspective [fundamental research project] Official URL .
  3. Item Common Sense, Knowledge and Social Practice: Gramscian Perspectives in Contemporary Ethnography (2022),
  4. Item Streinzer, Andreas & Tosic, Jelena (2022) Thinking with Gramsci Today: Gramscian perspectives in ethnographies of Europe. Dialectical Anthropology, [img]
  5. Item Streinzer, Andreas & Tosic, Jelena: Introduction: Deservingness. Reassessing the Moral Dimensions of Inequality. In Tosic, Jelena & Streinzer, Andreas (ed.): Ethnographies of Deservingness. Unpacking Ideologies of Distribution and Inequality. BERGHAHN, 2022, S. 1-28. [img]
  6. Item Tosic, Jelena & Streinzer, Andreas: Deservingness. In Scharer, Tabea (ed.): Handbuch der Flucht- und Flüchtlingsforschung,. Nomos Verlag, 2022,
  7. Item Streinzer, Andreas (2022) Distributed fiscal relations and their imaginaries: Metaphors of redistribution and reciprocity in struggles about distributive justice in Austria. Economic Anthropology, 10 112-121. [img]
  8. Item Telios, Thomas (2022) From Common Sense to Collective Practices: A Social‑Ontological Commentary on Gramsci’s Concept of Common Sense. Dialectical Anthropology, 46 (4). 497-505. [img]
  9. Item Streinzer, Andreas; Poppinga, Almut; Wanka, Anna & Marx, Georg (2022) »…wie macht man das, wie schafft man das«? Verflochtene Versorgung in der Pandemie. WestEnd. Neue Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung, (2). 29-48.
  10. Item Wanka, Anna & Streinzer, Andreas: Die Arbeit der anderen. In Kaspar, Thomas & Hebel, Stephan (ed.): Heile Welt. 32 Ideen für ein Leben nach Corona. Frankfurt am Main : Societäts-Verlag, 2021, S. 87-91.