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  • Nina Wormbs Receives Scholarship for new Book on Climate

    From top left: Magnus Ivarsson, Mårten Lind, Roland Paulsen, Erika Schagatay, Bo Söderström and Nina Wormbs. All recipients of the popular science scholarship of SEK 100,000. Photo: Natur & Kultur
    Published Sep 14, 2021

    Nina Wormbs was awarded Natur & Kultur's scholarship for popular science in September together with five other researchers and authors. The aim with i...

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  • Symbiosis - a Collaboration between NATURE and Färgfabriken

    Photo: John Jakobsson
    Published Aug 19, 2021

    Timos Karpouzoglou, Katarina Larsen and David Nilsson team up in the RJ funded project NATURE. Together with artists from Färgfabriken they have colla...

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  • KTH Student? Apply for one of our Courses this Fall!

    Photo: Fredrik Persson, KTH
    Published Aug 16, 2021

    Explore the interdisciplinary field of political ecology, learn about energy and national identity in a global perspective or analyze energy systems a...

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  • The ESEH Dissertation Prize to Daniele Valisena

    Published Jul 16, 2021

    Between July 8 and 9 the ESEH 2021 Digital Meeting was held. It offered a series of online environmental history events around the 11th ESEH's Ordinar...

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  • Decay Without Mourning: Future-thinking Heritage Practices - New Grant for Lize-Marie van der Watt

    Published Jul 08, 2021

    We are happy to announce that Lize-Marie Hansen van der Watt was granted in the call Global Issues - Integrating Different Perspectives on Heritage an...

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  • Programme for STREAMS 2021

    Published Jul 07, 2021

    We are proud to announce the schedule for STREAMS 2021. A conference for the environmental humanities built up by keynotes, single presentations, netw...

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  • Integrative Humanities - the Division Sums up 2019 and 2020

    Base camp and the remains of the first Swedish Antarctic Expedition (1901 – 1903) at Snow Hill island, Antarctica. Photo: Kati Lindström.
    Published Jun 17, 2021

    The Division has published reports since the beginning of the 1990s. The first years the reports were annual, basic information on changes in staff, c...

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  • Kati Lindström, new member of the Estonian Polar Research Committee!

    Published Jun 07, 2021
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  • One Table Two Elephants opened the SALT online film festival in Istanbul, Turkey

    Published May 20, 2021

    One Table Two Elephants (84 min, CPH:DOX, 2018) is a cinematic ethnography created by Jacob von Heland and Henrik Ernstson that deals with race, natur...

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  • The DHST Dissertation Prize to Johan Gärdebo

    Published May 04, 2021

    We are happy to announce that Johan Gärdebo was awarded the DHST Dissertation Prize for his doctoral thesis “Environing Technology: Swedish satellite ...

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  • Per Högselius: Why Historians can and Must Engage in the Public Debate

    Published Apr 29, 2021

    Per Högselius participated in the Environmental History Week in the event "Why historians can and must Engage in the Public Debate" on April 19. This ...

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  • Rendering the Earth a Governable Object in the Anthropocene

    Photo: Jonathan Farber, Unsplash
    Published Apr 26, 2021

    While humans have gained the power to alter the global environment, work within certain scientific disciplines since the Second World War has made it ...

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  • Call for Abstracts: Themed Issue of International Journal of Cultural Studies

    Published Apr 20, 2021

    The Division's Miyase Christensen is guest editor of a special issue of the International Journal of Cultural Studies on Mediations and the Environmen...

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  • Tune in for Theories of the pandemic: Six Styles of Covid Conspiracies

    Published Apr 13, 2021

    A new episode is out of the podcast Corona Crisis: Once Upon a Pandemic, with Division researcher Eric Paglia. This time on Covid Conspiracies with pr...

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  • The Mediated Planet: Claiming Data for Environmental SDGs

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    Published Mar 31, 2021

    What role does the global sustainability goals have in the collection and processing of data on the environment? What are the effects of datafication?...

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  • New Report from the Swedish Climate Policy Council

    Published Mar 30, 2021

    On March 25, the Climate Policy Council's report for 2020 was published. The Council includes among others Professor Sverker Sörlin from the Division ...

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  • New Article on Environmental History of Migration of Italians in Argentina

    Published Mar 25, 2021

    Valisena, D., & Canovi, A. (2021). A tale of two plains: Migrating landscapes between Italy and Argentina 1870–1955. Modern Italy, 1-16. doi:10.1017/m...

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  • AK121V The Climate Crisis as a Societal Problem, new undergraduate course

    Published Mar 23, 2021
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  • New book on universities and their knowledge - Salö (red.)

    Published Mar 23, 2021
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  • Occupy Climate Change! Goes Global

    PDF of the event program. To read the program in text, please visit the link to the event below.
    Published Mar 17, 2021

    Occupy Climate Change! calls up a coalition of researchers and students to explore and foster new social imaginaries to change the system, not the cli...

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