Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment

The Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment does integrative research, PhD and undergraduate training and societal collaboration in its core areas of history. We have a diverse collection of expertise in history and the integrative humanities working in areas such as climate, energy, heritage, media, political ecology, urban studies, research policy and innovation, science and technology studies (STS), the environmental humanities, and the posthumanities.

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S. Sörlin, "Slakten av folkbildningen är en skam för liberalerna," Dagens Nyheter, vol. 23 September, 2023.
E. Isberg, "Planetary Timemaking : Paleoclimatology and the Temporalities of Environmental Knowledge, 1945-1990," Doctoral thesis Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-ABE-DLT, 2337, 2023.
A. Klüppelberg, "Using Historical Media to Start a Public Debate on Nuclear Energy : Watching HBO's “Chernobyl” 25 Metres Underground," in Public History in Action : Past and Present Practices of Making History Public, Armel Cornu, Carl-Filip Smedberg, Sarah Vorminder Ed., Uppsala : Opuscula Historica Upsaliensia, 2023, pp. 93-111.
A. Gutting, "Cooling water war? : How Switzerland and Germany peacefully negotiated the Rhine’s scarce cooling resources," in EUGEO 9è Congrés Barcelona, 4 - 7 September 2023, Barcelona, Spain, 2023.
A. Gutting, P. Högselius and P. Burkhardt-Holm, "Atomic Rivers : The (Un)sustainability of Nuclear Power in an Age of Climate Change," in EUGEO 9è Congrés Barcelona, 4-7 September, 2022, Barcelona, Spain, 2023.
F. Bertilsson, "Användbar humaniora : Textbedömning, argumentationsanalys och källkritik i den svenska försvarsforskningen och det psykologiska försvaret," in Humaniora i välfärdssamhället : Kunskapshistorier om efterkrigstiden, Johan Östling, Anton Svensson och Ragni Svensson Stringberg Ed., Göteborg & Stockholm : Makadam Förlag, 2023, pp. 267-289.
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