Jasmin Höglund Hellgren
Jasmin Höglund Hellgren is a doctoral student at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. She is part of the ERC-funded research project SPHERE – Study of the Planetary Human-Environment Relationship that addresses humanity’s relation to planetary conditions and how it has become understood as a governance issue. Her research focuses on environmental governance, particularly the making of governable environmental objects, explored in the context of debates around climate change and resource extraction in Latin America.
Environmental History (AK1204), teacher | Course web
Swedish Society, Culture and Industry in Historical Perspective (AK1213), teacher | Course web
The Climate Crisis as a Societal Problem (AK121V), teacher | Course web
The Rise of Global Environmental Governance, 1940s to 2020s (FAK3154), teacher | Course web
Transition: Pathways to a Fossil-free Society (AK124V), teacher | Course web