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Category: Publications

Communicating Hope for the Climate

The Director of The Posthumanities Hub, Prof. Cecilia Åsberg, has just published a report for the scientific magazine, Curie. Titled “Kommunikation om klimatet måste ge framtidshopp,” Åsberg writes about the experiences of The Posthumanities Hub and its work in the Reclaiming Futures, Storying Change research project and festival. In this report, she writes how important it is to work with the youth and meet them in their own spheres of experience and influence. She addresses the need to recognise the values and concerns of younger generations as they mature and begin to take on socio-environmental challenges.

Book: Dipali Mathur’s Available to be Poisoned, Save 30%

Affiliated Researcher, Dipali Mathur’s book Available to be Poisoned: Toxicity as a Form of Life has recently been released. The book is written for those working on the neoliberal legacies of toxicity, pollution and waste and the ways by which the global neoliberal machinery relies on the exploited labour and landscapes marked “other” to continue business-as-usual.

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Learn more about Dr Dipali Mathur | IASH (, Digital Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Edinburgh

New Publication: Special issue of the journal Australian Feminist Studies focused on Queer Death Studies

For those of you who follow activities of Queer Death Studies Network: check out this exciting special issue of Australian Feminist Studies co-edited by Marietta Radomska, Tara Mehrabi and Nina Lykke! Most of the collection is available in Open Access.

The Kelp Congress book has been published!

The Kelp Congress book has now been published and officially launched! Check out this post by Marietta Radomska and of course The Kelp Congress website itself!

Why we need feminist posthumanities for a more-than-human world

Check out the latest blog entry on feminist posthumanities and critical-creative practices of The Posthumanities Hub written by Cecilia Åsberg and Marietta Radomska, and published on the Transformative Humanities blog at Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm!

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