Alumni & Companions

  • Katja Aglert (independent artist, Sweden). Website  
     
  • Irma Allen (KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, affiliated PhD student), project: From earth to air: Tracing Coal Toxicities Through Post-socialist Bodies, Landscapes, and Lifeworlds.
     
  • 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
     
  • Tarsh Bates, PhD (SymbioticA, University of Western Australia/affiliated artist and researcher), project: HumanThrush Entanglements: Homo sapiens as a multispecies ecologyWebsite.
     
  • Oron Catts (artist, researcher and founder of SymbioticA – Centre for Excellence for Biological Arts, University of Western Australia), see SymbioticAThe Tissue Culture and Art Project (TC&A), and Biofilia – Base for Biological Arts (Aalto University, Finland).

  • Caroline Elgh Klingborg (Curator, Bonniers konsthall, Sweden).
     
  • Lisa Folkmarson Käll (CEDER, LiU), theoretical philosophy, feminist phenomenology
  • Magdalena Górska (Utrecht University, assistant professor), project: Breathing Matters: Feminist Intersectional Politics of Vulnerability.
     
  • Lissa Holloway-Attaway (Blekinge Tekniska Högskola), media and digital culture, performativity, affective design, feminist new materialism
     
  • Suraiya Jetha (Anthropology and Feminist Studies, UC Santa Cruz, USA, affiliated PhD student), project on kinship, intimacy, and genetics in Sweden.
     
  • Tanja Joelsson (Uppsala universitet), critical studies of men and masculinity, youth cultures, feminist cultural studies of young people’s automobility.

  • Tove Kjellmark (independent artist, Sweden). Website
     
  • Hillevi Lenz Taguchi (Stockholm University), post-constructivist feminist research in the educational sciences
  • Lisa Lindén (Tema T, LiU), project: Communicating Care: The Contradictions of HPV Vaccination Campaigns.
     
  • Desirée Ljuncrantz (Tema G, LiU), project: The Cultural Imaginary of HIV in Corporeal and Queer Feminist Perspective.
     
  • Justin Makii (Linköping University, The Seed Box, affiliated PhD student), project: A Play of Prions or Rewriting the Prionic World Agentially.
     
  • 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
     
  • mirko nikolić, PhD, (independent artist and researcher, Sweden and Finland). Website 
  • 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
     
  • Helga Sadowski (Tema G, LiU), project: Digital Intimacies. Doing New Media Differently. 
     
  • Hanna Sjögren (Goldsmiths College, University of London), project: Sustainability for Whom? The Politics of Imagining Environmental Change in Education.
     
  • Maris Sõrmus (University of Tallinn), project: Nature and Culture in Contemporary British and Estonian Literature: Ecocritical Reading of Monique Roffey and Andrus Kivirähk.
     
  • Wibke Straube (Karlstads universitet, senior lecturer), project: Trans Cinema and its Exit Scapes: Transfeminist Reading of Utopian Sensibility and Gender Dissidence in Contemporary Film.
  • Marianna Szczygielska (Central European University, Budapest, Hungry, affiliated phd student), project: Queer(ing) Naturecultures. The Study of Zoo Animals.
  • N.A.J (Nico) Taylor (LaTrobe University), nuclear and global ethics, weapons disarmament, peace studies
     
  • Pat Treusch (Technische Universität Berlin), project: Making Robots Domestic. A Queer Feminist Cartography of Anthropomatic Kitchen Robotics.
     
  • Vera Weetzel (Linköping University, TEMA Genus, PhD student), project: Water, Tears and Fish-Human Relations of Science and Bioart.