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Article by Isendahl, Christian and Barthel, Stephan; Colding, Johan; Caridad Cruz, María; Drescher; Axel

Collective Action for Food Sovereignty in the Anthropocene: Insights from Urban Food Commons in Havana, Cuba

Study exploring in further detail the capacity of urban and peri-urban agriculture as urban food commons to contribute to urban resilience,. . .

Deep Time Green Futures Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic

Article by Isendahl, Christian and Barthel, Stephan; Drescher, Axel; Caridad Cruz, María

From Crisis Response to Integrated Urban Function: Is Cuban Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture Sustainable?

Paper summarizing all results form the CUPAL project, discussing the sustainability of UPA as social practice in Havana, with particular. . .

Deep Time Green Futures Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Article by Cielemecka, Olga and Cecilia Åsberg

Toxic Embodiment and Feminist Environmental Humanities

Toxic Embodiment Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Ureta, S., Patricio Flores, and Linda Soneryd

Victimisation Devices: Exploring Challenges Facing Litigation-based Transnational Environmental Justice

*accepted with minor revisions

Deep Earth Toxic Embodiment Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Fredengren, Christina

Deep Time Enchantment: Bog Bodies, Crannogs, and Other Worldly Sites at Disjunctures in Time.

The topic of deep time’ has recently gained attention in the field of environmental humanities. In contrast, heritage studies have a. . .

Deep Time Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic

Article by Johansson, Sven Anders

Narrating the End of the World: The Pandemic, the Climate and The Death of Virgil

There is a widespread narrative today that, due to climate change, we are living in the end of times. What does this apocalyptic narrative. . .

Unruly Collaborations Financed by Seed Box 

Article by Olsson, Jesper

Stranger Things, Plant Life, and Posthuman Endgames. Reading Beckett With Others

This essay reads work by Samuel Beckett, especially his prose, with a focus on vegetal ontology and plant life, soil, mud, and dirt. By. . .

Unruly Collaborations Financed by Seed Box Academic, Artistic

Article by Gianquitto, Tina and LaFauci, Lauren

A case study in citizen environmental humanities: creating a participatory plant story website

Environmental humanities in transformative times Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Article by Gianquitto, TIna, and LaFauci, Lauren

Ephemerality, Memory, and Durability in Environmental Storytelling

Accepted and to be published in late 2022 / early 2023

Environmental humanities in transformative times Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Article by Franzén, Carin

Reading Loops with Boccaccio, Freud and Morton

This article assesses the notion of ecological awareness through a re-reading of Giovanni Boccaccio’s classic Decameron, together with. . .

Unruly Collaborations Financed by Seed Box Academic