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Tracking the traces of environmental change, exploring emergent ecologies

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We are an environmental humanities collaboratory aimed at addressing and understanding the environmental problems of tomorrow, today, and yesterday.

The Seed Box is an international environmental humanities collaboratory headquartered at Linköping University (LiU) in Sweden. Supported with generous funding from Mistra and Formas. The Seed Box takes as its mission the development of a national center for environmental humanities research across the nature-culture divide, and creative activity related to the pressing environmental problems.



Call for Applications: Residencies at the Seed Box Environmental Humanities Collaboratory, Linköping University, Sweden

The purpose of this call for applications is to foster the work of promising and established scholars in international environmental humanities... Read more

30 January, 2018

Environmental Humanities networking seminars

During the spring, we will arrange a series of seminars with invited scholars from other Swedish universities (Lund, Linné, Gothenburg, KTH,... Read more

22 December, 2017

New popular science publication

Seed Box scholar Anna Kaijser and feminist mobility researcher Malin Henriksson recently published a popular science article in the Swedish magazine... Read more

20 December, 2017


3/4 – 60% seminar – Daniel Andersson

Opponent: Sabine Höhler (KTH Royal Institute of... Read more

The Green Room 3 April, 10:15 – 12:00

24/4 – Text seminar – Fredrik Envall

Text seminar with Fredrik Envall. The text will be distributed on the seminar maillist - if you wish to sign up to receive weekly updates, please... Read more

The Green Room 24 April, 13:15 – 15:00

8/5 – Associate Professor Christina Gerhardt, University of Hawaii: Atlas of (Remote) Islands and Sea Level Rise

In "Let Them Drown," the 2016 London Edward W. Said lecture, Naomi Klein called attention, as Rob Nixon's Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of... Read more

The Green Room 8 May, 15.15–17.00