The overarching research problems within the theme can be summarized as follows:
- It focuses on long-term cause and effect and how deep time mattering (natural and cultural) shapes a variety of relational processes.
- It explores new materialism and issues of inter-gendering.
- It deals with the effects and dissonances around natural/cultural heritage matters and how these resources could be dealt with elsewise.
- It explores alternative ways of thinking and acting around issues of inter- and intragenerational justice and care, and by exploring how issues captured in the term and practice of ‘conservation’ can be revitalized and changed (to meet the challenge of living in the Anthropocene).
- It investigates how (natural/cultural) heritage resources can be imagined, configured, and enacted in other ways to work for more sustainable futures. These research problems are addressed within the frameworks of several research projects collected under the concept of “Deep Time”, such as “Developing an Ecocritical Paleoecology”, “Living in the Current”, “The Archive of Nuclear Harm”, and “Deep Time Heritages and Future”.
Scientific Leader: Christina Fredengren, Stockholm University
Article by Fredengren, Christina
Deep Time Enchantment: Bog Bodies, Crannogs, and Other Worldly Sites at Disjunctures in Time.Article by Fredengren, Christina
Nature:cultures: Heritage, Sustainability, and Feminist Post-humanism.Article by Fredengren, Christina
Water Politics: Wetland Deposition of Human and Animal Remains in Uppland, Sweden.Lecture by Fredengren, Christina
Feminism and Materiality in ArchaeologyLecture by Fredengren, Christina
Heritage Naturecultures: Past Weather, Past Climate–Archaeology as Environmental Humanity.Session organizers by Fredengren, Christina and Kerstin Lidén, Sjoerd Kluving
Environmental Humanities: A Rethinking of Landscape Archaeology?Lecture by Hird, Myra, Wilkes, James
Colonizing Concepts of WasteBook by Åsberg, Cecilia and Braidotti, rosi
A FEMINIST COMPANION TO THE POSTHUMANITIESArticle by Olsson, Jesper
Omänskliga historierConference by Neimanis, Astrida and Hamilton, Jennifer Mae
Feminist, Queer, Anticolonial Propositions for Hacking the Anthropocene III: (what do we) WANT?Book by Erikson Carl Johan, Willén Karin and Redin Johan
Kokgropar och andra aktiviteter i Forsmarks skogar (Cooking pits and other activities in the Woods of Forsmark)Book by Jørgen Bruhn and Ida Bencke
Multispecies Storytelling Across MediaWorkshop by Isendahl, Christian and Barthel, Stephan; Drescher, Axel; Cruz, María Caridad
The Resilience of Cuban Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture over the Longue Durée, Worshop IFieldwork by Isendahl, Christian and Barthel, Stephan; Drescher, Axel; Cruz, María Caridad
Field studies of urban and peri-urban agriculture, CubaWorkshop by Isendahl, Christian and Drescher, Axel; Cruz, María Caridad
The Resilience of Cuban Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture over the Longue Durée, Worshop IIArticle by Isendahl, Christian and Barthel, Stephan; Vis, Benjamin; Drescher, Axel; Evans, Daniel; van Timmeren, Arjan
Global Urbanization and Food Production in Direct Competition for Land: Leverage Places to Mitigate Impacts on SDG2 and on the Earth SystemBook chapter by Isendahl, Christian and Drescher, Axel; Cruz; María Caridad, Karg, Hanna; Menakanit, Alisara
Urban Agriculture in the Global South: An Integrated Long-Term PerspectiveLecture by Sonjasdotter, Åsa
Cultivating StoriesFilm by Eernstman, Natalia and Wals, Arjen; Pearon, Kelli; Bjurström, Åse Eliason; de Vrieze, Anke
Imaginative Disruptions – short documentaryBook chapter by Isendahl, Christian and Barthel, Stephan; Colding, Johan; Caridad Cruz, María; Drescher, Axel
Urban Food Commons as Leverage for an Urban Sustainability Transition: Insights from HavanaArticle 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, CubaArticle 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?Fieldwork by Isendahl, Christian and Drescher, Axel; Caridad Cruz, María
Fieldstudies of urban and peri-urban agriculture in CubaArticle by Wilkes, James and Myra, Hird
Colonial ideologies of waste: Implications for land and life