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Publications by Kati Lindström

Peer reviewed

Articles

[1]
K. Vanamoelder, K. Tueuer and K. Lindström, "A weekday in the closed zone of the Soviet armed forces," TUNA-AJALOOKULTUURI AJAKIRI, no. 3, 2023.
[2]
K. Vanamölder, K. Tüür and K. Lindström, "Argipäev Nõukogude relvajõudude suletud tsoonis," Tuna. Ajalookultuuri ajakiri, vol. 100, no. 3, pp. 58-77, 2023.
[3]
M. Hudson et al., "Global processes of anthropogenesis characterise the early Anthropocene in the Japanese Islands," Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, vol. 9, 2022.
[5]
B. Frame et al., "Tourism and heritage in Antarctica : exploring cultural, natural and subliminal experiences," Polar Geography, vol. 45, no. 1, pp. 37-57, 2022.
[6]
A. M. Montero et al., "Clinicopathological significance of the expression of PD-L1 in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer," Annals of Diagnostic Pathology, vol. 51, pp. 151701, 2021.
[8]
K. Alekand and K. Lindström, "Mutid ja mesilased – aegadetagune intervjuu Thomas A. Sebeokiga.," Acta Semiotica Estica, vol. XVII, 2020.
[10]
E. O'Gorman et al., "Teaching the Environmental Humanities : International Perspectives and Practices," Environmental Humanities, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 427-460, 2019.
[13]
K. Lindström and U. Plath, "Intervjuu Austria keskkonnaajaloolase Prof. Verena Winiwarteriga.," Tuna, vol. 2, pp. 146-151, 2015.
[14]
K. Lindström, "Internal and external perception in conceptualizing home landscapes : Japanese examples," Geografiska Annaler. Series B, Human Geography, vol. 96, no. 1, pp. 51-65, 2014.
[15]
J. Uchiyama et al., "Investigating Neolithization of Cultural Landscapes in East Asia : The NEOMAP Project," Journal of world prehistory, vol. 27, no. 3-4, pp. 197-223, 2014.
[16]
K. Lindström, K. Kull and H. Palang, "The semiotic study of landscapes: From the Saussure's semiotics to ecological semiotics. : (风景的符号学研究——从索绪尔符号学到生态符号学)," Academic Journal of Poyang Lake [鄱阳湖学刊], vol. 4, pp. 5-14, 2014.

Conference papers

[17]
K. Lindström, "Antarctica home and away: Interplay between the global and national cultural heritage in the Antarctic displays of Japan and Chile.," in Association of Critical Heritage Studies (ACHS) 4th Biennial Conference, 2018.
[18]
K. Lindström, "Econationalism, environmental justice or orientalism: Challenges in contextualising late Soviet environmentalism in Estonia," in BALTEHUMS, First Baltic conference on the environmental humanities and social sciences, 2018.
[19]
K. Lindström and T. E. Jones, "Mount Fuji’s Listing as a Cultural World Heritage Site: Challenges of Fragmented Governance," in hopefulNESS 2017: The 13th Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference, 2017.
[20]
K. Lindström, "On Dogs, Aurora and Ships: Bipolar Imagination in Japan," in 9th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS IX), 2017.
[21]
K. Lindström, "People and animals in the shadow of Antarctic.," in 7th Nordic Geographers Meeting (NGM), 2017.
[23]
K. Lindström, "Constructing agricultural and industrial heritage in Hida region, Japan," in 6th Nordic Geographers Meeting, Geographical Imagination: Interpretations of Nature, Art and Politics, 15 - 19 June 2015, TALLINN & TARTU, ESTONIA, 2015.
[24]
K. Lindström, "Greening the History : Discourses of Nation, Ecology and Environmental Protection in contemporary Japan," in 8th Biennial Conference of the European Society of Environmental History, Greening history, Versailles, France, 30 June - 3 July 2015, 2015.
[25]
K. Lindström and J. Uchiyama, "Taming the Lake: Modernization of Water at Lake Biwa," in International Conference of Historical Geographers 2015, 2015.
[26]
K. Lindström, J. Uchiyama and C. R. Zeballos Velarde, "Taming the Lake: Modernization of Water at Lake Biwa," in East Asian Environmental History Conference, 2015.
[27]
J. Uchiyama and K. Lindström, "Idealised Landscapes and Heritage : Past and Future Sustainability in Hida," in Anthropology of Japan in Japan Autumn Meeting Japan’s Cultural, Social, and Natural Landscapes: Challenges and Developments., 2014.
[28]
K. Lindström, "Interplay of aesthetics, national nostalgia and sustainability in the protection policies of the rice paddy landscapes in central Japan," in The Future of Commons. February 6-7, 2014. Södertörn University, Sweden, 2014.
[29]
K. Lindström et al., "Piirirohkus ja mälu : (Memory and multiplicity of boundaries)," in Eesti kultuuri süvamehhanismid, 2014, p. 13.
[30]
K. Lindström, "Protection Policies through a Lens : The Role of Representations in the Environmental Protection of Japanese Agrarian Landscapes," in Framing Nature: Signs, Stories and Ecologies of Meaning. Abstracts, 2014, pp. 122-123.
[31]
K. Lindström, "Semiotic study of landscapes between bodies and representations," in New Semiotics: Between Tradition and Innovation. 12th World Congress of Semiotics. September 16-20, 2014. Sofia, Bulgaria., 2014.
[32]
K. Lindström, "Transparent bodies : The lack of bodily dimension in the representations of historical landscapes," in Bellies, Bodies, Policey. Embodied Environments between Catastrophes and Control. Estonian Centre for Environmental History at Tallinn University and University of Tartu,Estonia, September 10-12, 2014., 2014.

Chapters in books

[33]
K. Lindström, "Semiotics for analysing changing value and authenticity in heritage protection policies," in Open Semiotics, Biglari, Amir Ed., Paris : L'Harmattan, 2022.
[34]
K. Lindström, "Landscape semiotics," in The Routledge Companion to Landscape Studies, Emma Waterton, Ian Thompson, Mick Atha, Peter Howard Ed., 2nd ed. London and New York : Taylor & Francis Group, 2019, pp. 74-90.
[35]
K. Lindström, "Maastikusemiootika : (Landscape Semiotics)," in Semiootika : (Semiotics), Kalevi Kull, Kati Lindström, Mihhail Lotman, Riin Magnus, Kaire Maimets, Timo Maran, Rauno Thomas Moss, Ülle Pärli, Katre Pärn, Anti Randviir, Tiit Remm, Silvi Salupere, Virve Sarapik, Elin Sütiste, Peeter Torop, Andreas Ventsel, Vadim Verenitš, Katre Väli Ed., Tartu : Tartu University Press, 2018, pp. 426-447.
[36]
K. Lindström, "Nihon no shizen wo nomikomu 'satoyama'. (‘Satoyama’ that has devoured the Japanese nature’).," in Satoyama to iu monogatary - kankyô jinbungaku no taiwa (The Fairy-Tale of of Satoyama: Conversations from Environmental Humanities), Masami, Y.; Kuroda, S. Ed., Tokyo : Bensei shuppan, 2017, pp. 96-118.
[37]
K. Lindström, K. Kull and H. Palang, "Landscape semiotics : Contribution to culture theory," in Estonian Approaches to Culture Theory, Kull, K.; Lang, V. Ed., Tartu : University of Tartu, 2014, pp. 110-135.
[38]
K. Lindström, K. Kull and H. Palang, "Semiotic study of landscapes: An overview from semiology to ecosemiotics. : 风景的符号学研究:从索绪尔符号学到生态符号学," in Semiotics of Life: Approaches from Tartu : (生命符号学:塔尔图的进路), Kull, Kalevi; Magnus, Riin;Peng, Jia (trans.); Tang, Li (trans.) Ed., Chengdu : Sichuan University Press, 2014, pp. 183-195.

Non-peer reviewed

Articles

[39]
K. Lindström, "Antarktika lummuses," GO REISIAJAKIRI, vol. 84, no. 3, pp. 38-45, 2020.
[41]
U. Plath and K. Lindström, "Singing on the submarine : Conference Review for ESEH 2019, 'Boundaries In/Of Environmental History', Tallinn," Environment and History, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 140-142, 2020.
[42]
K. Lindström and T. Koff, "Antropotseen : Inimeste ajastu," Horisont, vol. 5, pp. 26-34, 2015.
[43]
K. Lindström and U. Plath, "Bodies between catastrophes and control," Environment and History, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 171-174, 2015.

Conference papers

[45]
A. Klüppelberg and K. Lindström, "The Wrong Water for a Right Purpose? : A Tale of the Estonian Nuclear Power Plant Never Built at Lake Võrtsjärv," in The 10th Tensions of Europe Conference: Technology, Environment and Resources, Aarhus University, Denmark, 29 June to 1 July 2022, 2022.
[46]
K. Lindström, "Does World Heritage Nomination Curb the Local Regeneration and Cultural Transmission of Practices? From World Heritage Nominations of Fuji-san and Sites of Meiji Industrial Revolution.," in Webinar series Cultural Transmission against Collective Amnesia: Bodies and Things in Heritage Practices, March 13, 2021., 2021.
[47]
K. Lindström, "Reseña histórica de la primera lista de Sitios y Monumentos Históricos del Tratado Antártico," in I Jornadas de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Antárticas (JoCSHA), April 21-23, 2021, 2021.
[48]
A. Klüppelberg and K. Lindström, "Võrtsjärv under Investigation : A Fishy Tale of the Nuclear Power Plant Never Built in Estonia," in Second Baltic Conference on the Baltic Environmental Humanities and Social Sciences (BALTEHUMS II), Tallinn, 01-02 November 2021, 2021.
[49]
T. Arakchaa and K. Lindström, "Who Wants the krill “Schnitzel”? Researching and Using Krill in Soviet Union and Japan.," in Polyarnye chteniya (Polar Readings), May 18-19. St Petersburg., 2020.
[50]
K. Lindström, "Generating value in protection policies: Challenge of the Anthropocene entanglements," in Semiotics of Hybrid Natures: Anthropogenic Ecosystems, Multimodalities, Transformed Umwelts, 2018.
[51]
K. Lindström, "Anthropos and its Scene: Anthropocene, heritage and long-term human history," in Shizuoka Convention & Arts Center ‘GRANSHIP’, 2017.
[53]
K. Lindström and J. Uchiyama, "Idealised landscapes and heritage: sustainability in mountain Japan," in International Transdisciplinary Workshop “MOVEMENT and LANDSCAPE”, 2016.
[54]
K. Lindström, "Whose identity should World Heritage support," in Citizens and World Heritage: A view from Europe, 2016.
[55]
K. Lindström, "Fuji. Fuji? Fuji! The community and the “universal value“ of the world heritage.," in Public lecture at Shizuoka Municipal Government, 2015.

Chapters in books

[57]
K. Lindström, P. Högselius and A. Storm, "Phaedo or The death of Socrates at Forsmark," in In his own environmentEn festskrift till Sverker Sörlin, Nina Wormbs, Arne Kaijser, Sabine Höhler, Mats Benner, Marco Armeiro Ed., Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2021, pp. 102-110.
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