Alumni

Timo Menke (Independent interdisciplinary artist/writer with research-based practice)

Karen Rader (Professor of History, Virginia Commonwealth University)

Marietta Radomska (Assistant Professor of Environmental Humanities, Linköping University)

Lena Trojer (Affiliated Professor, CIRCLE, Lund University; Adjunct Professor, Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology; Professor Emerita BTH)

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

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

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

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

Desirée Ljuncrantz (Tema G, LiU; project The Cultural Imaginary of HIV in Corporeal and Queer Feminist Perspective)

Hanna Sjögren (Goldsmiths College, University of London; project Sustainability for Whom? The Politics of Imagining Environmental Change in Education)

Helga Sadowski (Tema G, LiU; project Digital Intimacies. Doing New Media Differently)

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

Ida Bencke (Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology, DK)

Ionat Zurr (PhD, 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)

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)

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

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)

Katve-Kaisa Kontturi (University of Turku)

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

Lisa Lindén (Tema T, LiU; project Communicating Care: The Contradictions of HPV Vaccination Campaigns)

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

Magdalena Górska (Assistant Professor, Utrecht University; project Breathing Matters: Feminist Intersectional Politics of Vulnerability)

Marco Armiero (ICREA Research Professor at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Margherita Pevere (Aalto University)

Maris Sõrmus (University of Tallinn; project Nature and Culture in Contemporary British and Estonian Literature: Ecocritical Reading of Monique Roffey and Andrus Kivirähk)

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

Milla Tiainen (University of Turku)

Miriam Wistreich (Curator, writer and researcher, member of Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology, Denmark; project Moist So Moist Project: Period)

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

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)

Pat Treusch (Technische Universität Berlin; project Making Robots Domestic. A Queer Feminist Cartography of Anthropomatic Kitchen Robotics)

Pelin Kümbet (Kocaeli University, TU)

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)

Tara Mehrabi (Karlstad University)

Tove Kjellmark (independent artist, Sweden)

Vera Weetzel (Linköping University, TEMA Genus, PhD student; project Water, Tears and Fish-Human Relations of Science and Bioart)

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