I am a postdoctoral fellow in the project SPHERE, in which I research the history and evolution of global environmental governance, particularly Sweden’s role in this process since its 1967-1968 diplomatic intervention at the United Nations that led to the UN Conference on the Human Environment, held in Stockholm in 1972.
My research interests also include environmental crisis, the Anthropocene concept, and the nexus of science and politics in the Arctic and other locations. I also produce and host the podcasts Polar Geopolitics and ThinkGloballyRadio.org, which have influenced and been informed by much of my academic work, including The Northward Course of the Anthropocene: Transformation, Temporality and Telecoupling in a Time of Environmental Crisis (KTH dissertation, 2016).
Environment and Society in a Changing Arctic (AK1214), course responsible, teacher | Course web
Swedish Society, Culture and Industry in Historical Perspective (AK1213), teacher | Course web
The Rise of Global Environmental Governance, 1940s to 2020s (FAK3154), teacher | Course web