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Keyword: Disasters

Camilla Brudin Borg, PhD in Comparative Literature
Ph.D, senior lecturer in Comparative literature specializing in ecocriticism. She has been writing about children’s picture books, the child and the woods and about Japanese anime from an ecocritical perspective. She is planning a project about female mountaineer ’s autobiographies.

Christian Munthe, PhD in Practical Philosophy
Christian Munthe is professor of practical philosophy and his research has among other things touched on issues about the moral status of natural systems, entities and organisms, the evaluation, responsibility and management of society related to complex risks and uncertainties in the interaction with natural systems, and the relationship between public health ethical issues and environmental concerns. He is founding and steering group member of the Centre for Antibiotic resistance research, CARe.

Christine Hansen, PhD in History
Christine Hansen is currently co-ordinator of the environmental humanities network at Gothenburg University. Her research investigates the escalating risk of wild fire in peri-urban Australian environments, focusing on the notion of ‘solistalgia’ and the experience of grief in both historical and contemporary settings in the wake of devastating environmental disasters.

Mats Andrén, PhD in History of Ideas
Mats Andrén has spent several years researching the societal dynamics of spent nuclear fuel and management of the waste, from the dimensions of legitimacy and ethics, with cases from several countries. Project: Managing Radioactive Waste: problems and challenges in a globalizing world. FORMAS 2008-2010 (with Urban Strandberg).

Per Ahlström, PhD Student in Comparative Literature
Per Ahlströms research interests are dystopian fiction and related genres where natural disasters, global warming and other environmental issues are crucial.

Petra Platen, PhD in German Comparative Literature
My research focusses above all on the interface between literary representations and (aspects of) sustainability. My recent reserach interest is, among others, the depiction of the “last human” and here especially the insights such literary representations may offer about our social relations or, more generally, about the relationship between the individual and the environment.

Tetz Rooke, PhD in Arabic
My research includes the study of environmental imaginaries in Arabic literature.

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