Affiliated Scholars and Companions of the Hub

Marco Armiero (Director of the Environmnetal Humanities Lab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology) environmental history

David Azul (La Trobe University), health sciences, speech-pathology, transgender studies, creative writing

Dag Balkmar (Örebro universitet), critical studies of men and masculinity, feminist cultural studies of cars and car modder’s community, sustainable automobility

Josef Barla (University of Vienna), new technologies, philosophy and politics of technology, new materialisms

Christine Daigle (Brook University, Director of Posthuman Research Institute) Nietszsche and phenomenology, posthumanism

Gillian Einstein (University of Toronto), gender medicine, cognitive neuroscience, feminist science, gendered biologies project

Lisa Folkmarson Käll (CEDER, LiU), theoretical philosophy, feminist phenomenology

Christina Fredengren (Arkeologiska Forskningslaboratoriet, Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur, Stockholms Universitet Wallenberglaboratoriet)

Lissa Holloway-Attaway (Blekinge Tekniska Högskola), media and digital culture, performativity, affective design, feminist new materialism

Tanja Joelsson (Uppsala universitet), critical studies of men and masculinity, youth cultures, feminist cultural studies of young people’s automobility

Ericka Johnson (Tema T, LiU), medical sociology, feminist science and technology studies

Hillevi Lenz Taguchi (Stockholm University), post-constructivist feminist research in the educational sciences

N.A.J (Nico) Taylor (LaTrobe University), nuclear and global ethics, weapons disarmament, peace studies

Karla Mason (Queen’s University, Belfast), human animal studies, historical cultural studies

Max van Midde (Lund University), transgender studies, new materialisms, temporality, trans-becomings, embodiment, gender studies

Astrida Neimanis (The University of Sydney, Gender and Cultural Studies Department), feminist environmental humanities

Hugo Reinert (Department of Anthropology at the Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University), extinction studies, indigenous reindeer pastoralism, climate change policy and environmental volunteering

Birgitta Rydhagen (BLT and Tema M, LiU), feminist technoscience, postcolonial communication, engineering and sustainable sewage systems

Marianna Szczygielska (Central European University, Budapest, Hungry, affiliated phd student), project: Queer(ing) Naturecultures. The Study of Zoo Animals.

Teresia Svensson (Tema M, LiU), science for sustainable development, biogeochemistry, environmental science

Therese Svensson (Gothenburg University), feminist research on whiteness and non-whiteness as intersectional and literary figurations, Swedish literature, critical race studies.

Iris van der Tuin, Prof dr. School of Liberal Arts, Utrecht university, Netherlands.