Response to Undisciplined Environments 2016:

by Irma Allen Degrowth beyond environmentalism: Or shaking the temple of growthism, speaking the growth taboo, and sowing the seeds of generative doubt. – Irma Allen, Marie Curie PhD Fellow, Environmental Humanities Lab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Undisciplined Environments,

Response to Undisciplined Environments 2016:

by Irma Allen Degrowth beyond environmentalism: Or shaking the temple of growthism, speaking the growth taboo, and sowing the seeds of generative doubt. – Irma Allen, Marie Curie PhD Fellow, Environmental Humanities Lab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Undisciplined Environments,

Contradiction and the Scientist-Explorer hybrid

by Amelia Mutter In “Teddy Bear Patriarchy – Taxidermy in the Garden of Eden, New York City, 1908-1936”, Donna Haraway gives a detailed depiction of progressive era safariist, adventurer, taxidermist, big game hunter, and museum curator Carl Akeley.  Haraway’s story

Contradiction and the Scientist-Explorer hybrid

by Amelia Mutter In “Teddy Bear Patriarchy – Taxidermy in the Garden of Eden, New York City, 1908-1936”, Donna Haraway gives a detailed depiction of progressive era safariist, adventurer, taxidermist, big game hunter, and museum curator Carl Akeley.  Haraway’s story

Conceptual Quandaries – Identity and Difference in the Anthropocene

by Daniel Andersson The environmental humanities, it seems to me, is a field of research perfectly suited for conceptual quandaries. I can think of few other playgrounds equally relevant, and with an equal array of philosophical tools available for conceptual

Conceptual Quandaries – Identity and Difference in the Anthropocene

by Daniel Andersson The environmental humanities, it seems to me, is a field of research perfectly suited for conceptual quandaries. I can think of few other playgrounds equally relevant, and with an equal array of philosophical tools available for conceptual

A Report for an Academy

by Aleksandra Jach If one can be good scholar and at the same time not being interested in storytelling? I was wondering when taking a part in Jonas Anshelm seminar on which we were discussing process of structuring research material

A Report for an Academy

by Aleksandra Jach If one can be good scholar and at the same time not being interested in storytelling? I was wondering when taking a part in Jonas Anshelm seminar on which we were discussing process of structuring research material

Haraway Walks With Thee

by Rumen Rachev Haraway was walking in the forest. Stop. Haraway writing was walking in a Linkoping forest. Stop. A person was walking while reading Haraway in a Linkoping forest. Stop. I decide to breathe in the writing of Haraway,

Haraway Walks With Thee

by Rumen Rachev Haraway was walking in the forest. Stop. Haraway writing was walking in a Linkoping forest. Stop. A person was walking while reading Haraway in a Linkoping forest. Stop. I decide to breathe in the writing of Haraway,

Dead (organic) chicken and the late capitalism. Humanimal relations in the age of consumerism

by Gabriela Jarzebowska When Henry Ford as a young man visited a Chicago slaughterhouse he probably didn’t realize the global consequences it would entail. He was only looking for effective solutions which could made his factory more productive and, as

Dead (organic) chicken and the late capitalism. Humanimal relations in the age of consumerism

by Gabriela Jarzebowska When Henry Ford as a young man visited a Chicago slaughterhouse he probably didn’t realize the global consequences it would entail. He was only looking for effective solutions which could made his factory more productive and, as

Meandering Transect: a methodological experiment in environmental humanities

by Jesse Peterson Behind Linköping University, a stand of pine and oak emerge from the pastures and agricultural architectures of building and lands that hold goats, chickens, and horses. The boundary between this forest (if I can call it that) and fenced

Meandering Transect: a methodological experiment in environmental humanities

by Jesse Peterson Behind Linköping University, a stand of pine and oak emerge from the pastures and agricultural architectures of building and lands that hold goats, chickens, and horses. The boundary between this forest (if I can call it that) and fenced