Marietta Radomska (LiU)

Dr. Marietta Radomska is a philosopher and transdisciplinary Gender Studies scholar. She is an Assistant Professor (Biträdande universitetslektor) in Environmental Humanities at the Department of Thematic Studies – unit: Gender Studies, Linköping University, and an Affiliated Researcher at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. From July 2018 until June 2020 Radomska was also a Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Cultures (Art History), University of Helsinki, Finland.

Photo: Marietta Radomska

She holds a PhD in Gender Studies (Linköping University, SE), Research MA in Gender and Ethnicity (Utrecht University, NL) and MA in Philosophy specialised in Social Communication (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, PL).
Her research interests include: feminist theory, continental philosophy, environmental humanities, posthumanities, queer death studies, bioart, eco-art, visual culture, critical animal studies, and others.
She is the director of The Eco- and Bioart Lab, research team member of The Posthumanities Hub, founder of The Eco- and Bioart Research Network,  co-founder of Queer Death Studies Network, as well as co-coordinator of GEXcel International Collegium for Advanced Transdisciplinary Gender Studies research strand “Death Studies: Queerfeminist Materialist Perspectives” (together with Nina Lykke and Tara Mehrabi).

The Eco- and Bioart Lab, headed by Radomska, opens up a transdisciplinary space, where artistic practice and artistic research meet up with philosophy, cultural theory, environmental humanities and posthumanities in synergy and as equally legitimate voices and practices in order to tackle pressing questions concerned with life/death, nature/culture, art/science, ecology, environment and the body in a more-than-human sense.

In years 2017-2020 Radomska worked on the research project “Ecologies of Death: Environment, Body and Ethics in Contemporary Art”, funded by The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) International Postdoc Grant; and in 2020-22 she has led the project “Queer Ecologies of Extinction and Multispecies Futures of the Baltic Sea”, forming part of The Seed Box: A MISTRA-FORMAS Environmental Humanities Collaboratory, phase II.

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Publications over the past five years (2016-2021):

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Personal website and social media profiles:

Personal website

LiU webpage

The Eco- and Bioart Lab

Queer Death Studies Network

A More-than-Human Humanities Research Group