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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

Article by Öhman, May-Britt

Embodied Vulnerability in Large-Scale Technical Systems: Vulnerable Dam Bodies, Water Bodies and Human Bodies

Challenging the modern ideal of human bodies as being in control both of bodies of nature and of the bodies of technology made to control. . .

Deep Water Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic

Article by Neimanis, Astrida and Cecilia Åsberg, Suzi Hayes

Posthumanist Imaginaries

This chapter proposes that climate imaginaries are a vital part of governance. In the particular context of the Anthropocene, there is a. . .

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Öhman, May-Britt

Feminist/Indigenous/ Sámi Strategies for Brighter Futures: The Sámi Land Free University.

“Feminist/Indigenous/ Sámi Strategies for Brighter Futures: The Sámi Land Free University.” Stories of the Anthropocene Festival. KTH,. . .

General Environmental Humanities Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic, Citizen Humanities

Article by Mehrabi, Tara and Cecilia Åsberg

Nature in the Lab

This chapter explores the meaning of “nature” through the modern history of science and contemporary experimental practices from feminist. . .

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Neimanis, Astrida and Cecilia Åsberg

Culturing

Taking a starting point in Vicki Kirby’s notion that “nature writes itself”, we explore the methdological allowances of the notion of. . .

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Åsberg, Cecilia

Het Lichaam als Strijdtoneel: De Cyborg en Feministische Visies op de Biologie

This chapter (in Dutch) introduces the feminist figuration of the cyborg and feminist science studies perspectives on biology.

General Environmental Humanities Financed by Seed Box Academic

Article by Bradley, Karin

Bike Kitchens – Spaces for convivial tools

There is currently a marked interest in do-it-yourself culture and sharing of skills, tools and spaces, manifesting in maker spaces, tool. . .

Green Futures Affiliated but not funded by Seed Box Academic