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Keyword: Materialism

Ann-Louise Sandahl, PhD in Art History and Visual Studies
In my research I explore if and how contemporary art works, films, and other kinds of visual expressions can create new understandings of time and contribute to a more long-termed and sustainable thinking. Some of the concepts I discuss in relation to art works are the anthropocene, the apocalypse and the posthuman. I also teach in the subject Eco-Aesthetics in Visual Culture.

Anna Bohlin, PhD in Social Anthropology
My present research interests include alternative heritage practices, temporality and the circulation of material culture in the fields of second-hand, re-use as well as ethical and collaborative consumption. I am one of the coordinators of the research cluster Making Global Heritage Futures at the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies.

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.

Martin Hultman, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
Martin Hultman is engaged in local politics organising events around ecotourism, popular science and transition. His current research revolves around issues such as posthumanities ethics, ecofeminism, environmental utopias, climate change denial and ecopreneurship historically as well as contemporary.

Marie Widengård, Lecturer in Global Studies
I am investigating the coupled processes of environmental-social change and continuity. My work is located in environmental social science, involving political ecology, political economy, science and technology studies, assemblage thinking, and governmentality.

Helena Pedersen, PhD in Education
Helena Pedersen is Associate Professor in Education at the Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional Studies, and Co-ordinator of the new Master's programme in Education for Sustainable Development at University of Gothenburg. She pursues research in the areas of critical animal studies and critical animal pedagogies with particular focus on how power relations between humans and animals emerge in educational settings. She also analyzes how educational processes form human and animal subjectivities, as well as the function of educational institutions in the animal-industrial complex. In her new book project she develops these issues through Deleuze and Guattari's schizoanalysis.
 

 

 

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