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What if…? Redefining research impact from an environmental humanities perspective.

The following text has been conceived as an environmental humanities critique to research policy regarding what are considered  “research initiatives of excellence”. Authors: Irma Allen, Jesse Peterson, Daniele Valisena, Anne Gough, ENHANCE ITN – PhD Students, KTH – Environmental Humanities Laboratory, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment What if…? Redefining research impact from … Continue reading “What if…? Redefining research impact from an environmental humanities perspective.”

Trains vs Planes: Capturing the Value of Slow Motion

Blog post and pictures by David Nilsson Travelling by train should not be understood as an inferior alternative to the plane. Trains should not even try to compete with planes. Trains can offer something different, something unique, something which is sorely needed among professionals: time for yourself. This is the value of slow motion. Am … Continue reading “Trains vs Planes: Capturing the Value of Slow Motion”

Post on Climate Change in Swedish by Division Licentiate Petter Wulff 

Lokala initiativ kommer knappast att räcka för att klara vår del av Parisavtalets mål om högst två graders uppvärmning orsakad av människan. Det n saknas en stark global makthavare. Ett stort ansvar faller därigenom på den nationella nivån. Petter Wulff, tidigare doktorand vid avdelningen, skriver en replik till Staffan Laestadius i debatten om klimatförändringar : … Continue reading “Post on Climate Change in Swedish by Division Licentiate Petter Wulff “

Environmental Themes in Popular Narratives 

Considering the current state of global and American affairs re the environment in general and climate in particular, I think we can humbly hope that this special issue has come out when it did to contribute to the debate about mediating and narrating environmental issues through popular communication (from film, music and literature to FB, news and TV). /Miyase … Continue reading “Environmental Themes in Popular Narratives “