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Article by Cielemecka, Olga and Cecilia Åsberg

Toxic Embodiment and Feminist Environmental Humanities

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 Haikola, Simon and Jonas Anshelm

The Making of Mining Expectations: Mining Romanticism and Historical Memory in a Neoliberal Political Landscape.

This paper investigates a greenfield mining project in a peripheral region in northern Sweden through the analysis of how different actor. . .

Deep Earth Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Åsberg, Cecilia

Feminist Posthumanities in the Anthropocene: Forays into the Postnatural

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Neimanis, Astrida and Aleksija Neimanis, and Cecilia Åsberg

Fathoming chemical weapons in the Gotland Deep

Deep Water Financed by Seed Box 

Article by Kaijser, Anna and Kronsell, Annica

Who Gets to Know about Nature? Biodiversity and Ecosystems Services Through an Intersectional Lens

Intersectionality originates in feminist critical theory as a perspective for analyzing how categories of difference – such as gender,. . .

Weather & Climate Change Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Anshelm, Jonas and Simon Haikola

Power Production and Environmental Opinions– Environmentally Motivated Resistance to Wind Power in Sweden

Deep Earth Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Haikola, Simon and Jonas Anshelm

Is Swedish Mineral Politics at a Crossroads? Critical Reflections on the Challenges with Expanding Sweden’s Mining Sector.

In this paper, we analyse the critique that has accompanied sustained efforts made in recent years by the Government of Sweden to facilitate. . .

Deep Earth Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Wallsten, Björn and Joakim Krook

Urks & The Urban Subsurface as Geo-Social Formation.

This article investigates “urks”, i.e., disconnected parts of urban infrastructure that remain in their subsurface location. The reason for. . .

Deep Earth Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic

Article by Wallsten, Björn

Toward Social MFA: On the Usefulness of Boundary Objects in Urban Mining Research.

Material flow analysis (MFA) has been an effective tool to identify the scale of physical activity, the allocation of materials across. . .

Deep Earth Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic