Hub Researchers

  • Cecilia Åsberg (Tema G, Prof of Gender, nature, culture), current projects: Toxic Embodiment (multispecies Baltic Sea research and ie special issue of Environmental Humanities with Olga Cielemecka), Deep Time Commitments (Formas project with Dr Christina Fredengren, SU), What’s Feminist About Environmental Humanities (Formas project with Dr Lauren LaFauci), and on feminist posthumanities and its respons-abilities to a more-than-human world at large.
  • Marietta Radomska (Tema G, Linköping University), postdoc project: Ecologies of Death: Environment, Body and Ethics in Contemporary Art (PhD project: Uncontainable Life: A Biophilosophy of Bioart).
  • Olga Cielemęcka (Tema G, Linköping University, postdoc in The Seed Box), project: The Erotics of the Anthropocene.
  • Christina Fredengren (Stockholm University, Archeology, Assoc.Prof), project: Deep Time relations of the Baltic Sea
  • Magdalena Górska (Utrecht University, assistant professor), project: Breathing Matters: Feminist Intersectional Politics of Vulnerability.
  • Line Henriksen (Tema G, Linköping University), project: In the Company of Ghosts: Hauntology, Ethics, Digital Monsters.
  • Ingvil Hellstrand (University of Stavanger, Norway, Faculty staff), project: Passing as human. Posthuman worldlings at stake in contemporary science fiction.
  • Janna Holmstedt, (Artist. PhD Lund-Umeå Art School), artistic research on multispecies relations, sound, the art of listening
  • Pelin Kümbet, (Ph.D, Kocaeli University, Kocaeli, Turkey), literary studies, eco-critique, English literature, posthumanism
  • 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. (Defended her doctoral thesis “Skrubbsår” May 2017!)
  • Tara Mehrabi (Tema G, LiU), project: Making death matter: a feminist technoscience study of Alzheimer’s sciences in the laboratory.
  • 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.
  • Pat Treusch (Technische Universität Berlin), project: Making Robots Domestic. A Queer Feminist Cartography of Anthropomatic Kitchen Robotics.
  • Adam Wickberg Månsson (Stockholm University), project: The Discursive Formation of the Indies: Media, Science and Nature in Early Spanish Colonialism.