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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 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 Armiero, Marco and Thanos Andritsos, Stefania Barca, Rita Brás, Lúcia de Oliveira Fernandes, Çağdaş Dedeoğlu, Marica Di Pierri, Filippo Gravagno, Laura Greco, Lucie Greyl, Ilenia Iengo, Julia Lindblom, Felipe Milanez, Sérgio Pedro, Giusy Pappalardo, Antonello Petrillo, Maurizio Portaluri, Elvira Privitera, Sergio Ruiz Cauyela, Ayşe Ceren Sarı, Giorgos Velegrakis

Toxic Bios – Toxic Autobiographies. A public environmental humanities project

In this article, we present Toxic Bios, a public environmental humanities project which aims to co-produce, gather, and make visible stories. . .

Toxic Embodiment General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Citizen Humanities

Article by Kaijser, Anna and Eva Lövbrand

Run for Your Life: Embodied Environmental Story-Telling and Citizenship on the Road to Paris

In December 2015 the United Nations held its Twenty-First climate change conference (COP21) in Paris. While political leaders convened to. . .

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Citizen Humanities

Article by Radomska, Marietta

Non/living Matter, Bioscientific Imaginaries and feminist Technoecologies of Bioart

Toxic Embodiment Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic

Article by Uggla, Ylva

Framing and visualising biodiversity in EU policy

This study seeks insights into how biodiversity is framed and visualised
in EU policy. The paper presents analysis of both the visual. . .

Green Futures General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Pedro, Sergio and Lúcia Oliveira Fernandes

TOXIC AUTOBIOGRAPHIES IN PORTUGAL: MEMORY, RESISTANCE AND CO-PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE WITHIN THE ACADEMIA

Toxic Embodiment General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Article by Iengo, Ilenia and Marco Armiero

Toxic Bios: A guerrilla narrative project mapping contamination, illness and resistance

Toxic Embodiment General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Article by Bates, Tarsh

Queer human microbiopolitics

blog post reflecting on my research

Toxic Embodiment Multispecies stories Financed by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities