Dear all, this page is in no way complete, but represents a tiny bite of all the interesting research going on. Enjoy the ride!


Åsberg, C 2021 (in press) “Ecologies and Technologies of Feminist Posthumanities”, in Women’s Studies – An Inter-disciplinary Journal.

Radomska, M. and C. Åsberg. 2021. Fathoming Postnatural Oceans: Towards a Low-Trophic Theory in the Practices of Feminist Posthumanities. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.

Åsberg, C. and M. Radomska. 2021.  “Environmental violence and postnatural oceans: Low trophic theory in the registers of feminist posthumanities”.  In Gender, Violence and Affect: Interpersonal, Institutional and Ideological Practices, edited by M. Husso, S. Karkulehto, T. Saresma, A. Laitila, J. Eilola and H. Siltala. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 265-285. Link:

Åsberg, C. 2021. Genus och teknik. Liber Teknik 1, online läromedel, Liber, Stockholm.

Åsberg, C. and N. Wormbs. 2021 Genus och etik. Liber Teknik 1, online läromedel, Liber, Stockholm.

Fredengren, C. 2021. (In press). Bodily entanglements: Gender, archaeological sciences and the more-than-ness of archaeological bodies. Cambridge Archaeological Journal.

Fredengren, C. 2021. (In press) Worlding Waters with the Dead (or the more-than-dead). NAR.

Fredengren, C. 2021. (In press) Ecologizing Heritage: Heritage Ecologies. Heritage as phenomenon and worlding practices. In Petursdottir, T. & Bangstad, T. (eds) Heritage Ecologies. London: Routledge.

Fredengren, C. 2021. (in press) Death as portals to worlds within worlds. Exhibition Catalogue. Signe Johannesen.

Geerts, E. 2021. “Being haunted by—and re-orienting toward—what ‘matters’ in times of (the COVID-19) crisis: A critical cartography of response-ability.” In Higher Education Hauntologies: Speaking with Ghosts for a Justice-to-come, edited by Viv Bozalek et al. Routledge

Geerts, E. and D. Carstens. 2021. “Pedagogies in the Wild – Entanglements between Deleuzoguattarian Philosophy and the New Materialisms”. Matter: Journal of New Materialist Research. Special issue ‘Pedagogies in the Wild – Entanglements between Deleuzoguattarian Philosophy and the New Materialisms.’ 1 (3)

Gray, C., D. Carstens, E. Geerts, and A. Eloff. 2021. Deleuzoguattarian thought, new materialisms, and (be)wild(erring) pedagogies: A conversation between Chantelle Gray, Delphi Carstens, Evelien Geerts, and Aragorn Eloff.” Matter: Journal of New Materialist Research. Special issue ‘Pedagogies in the Wild – Entanglements between Deleuzoguattarian Philosophy and the New Materialisms.’ 1 (3)

Holmstedt, J. 2021. Follow the Blind, Mimic the Wind and Become a Worm: Sonospheric Mappings by a Bag-Lady Soundwalker, Unlikely Journal for Creative Arts, no.7, (March): Following Sonorous Bodies, eds. Anastasia Khodyreva and Elina Suoyrjö. Link:

Holmstedt, J. and M. Lobell. 2021. “For Sisters for Planthroposcene”. In the exhibition Sustainable Societies for the Future, curated by A. Johansson. Malmö, Chicago: Malmö Konstmuseum and EXPO Chicago, 1 Feb-23 May.

Husso, M., S, Karkulehto, T. Saresma, M. Notko, J. Eilola, and H. Siltala. 2021. Ideological, institutional and affective practices of interpersonal violence. In Gender, Violence and Affect: Interpersonal, Institutional and Ideological Practices, edited by M. Husso, S. Karkulehto, T. Saresma, A. Laitila, J. Eilola and H. Siltala. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Link:

MacCormack, P., M. Radomska, N. Lykke, I. Hillerup-Hansen, P. R. Olson, N. Manganas. 2021. What do we talk about when we talk about queer death? Theories and definitionsWhatever: Transdisciplinary Journal of Queer Theory and Studies, vol. 4: 573-598.

Radomska, M., M. C. Rojo Gomez, M. Pevere and T. Haapoja. 2021. Non/Living Queerings, Undoing Certainties, and Braiding Vulnerabilities: A Collective Reflection. In: L. Benítez; E. Berger (coord.) “Arts in the time of pandemic”. Artnodes, no. 27, UOC, pp. 1-10.

Radomska, M. and C. Åsberg. 2021. Fathoming Postnatural Oceans: Towards a Low-Trophic Theory in the Practices of Feminist PosthumanitiesEnvironment and Planning E: Nature and Space.

Rahm, L. (2021) Computing the Nordic Way: the Swedish Labor Movement, Computers and Educational Imaginaries from the Post-War Period to the Turn of the Millennium. Nordic Journal of Educational History 8(1), 31-58.

Rahm, L. (2021) Folkbildning som krishantering och krishantering som folkbildning. Socialmedicinsk tidskrift 1, 50-61.

Saresma, T., S. Karkulehto, and P. Varis. 2021. “Gendered Violence Online: Hate speech as an intersection of misogyny and racialization”. In Gender, Violence and Affect: Interpersonal, Institutional and Ideological Practices, edited by M. Husso, S. Karkulehto, T. Saresma, A. Laitila, J. Eilola and H. Siltala. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Link:

Wickberg, Adam & Johan Gärdebo. 2021. “AI and the Global Environment”, Environmental Humanities vol. 13, no. 1 (2021) (in review).

Wickberg, A. 2021. “Temporal Poetics of Planetary Transformations: Alexander von Humboldt and the Geo-Anthropological History of America”, in Scientific Temporalities: Mediating and Materializing Time (Berghan Books, 2021), ed. Anders Ekström & Staffan Bergwik.

Wickberg, Adam. 2021. ”Early Career Environmental Historians for a Sustainable Academia.” Co-authored with Roberta Biasillo, Elizabeth Hameeteman, Elena Kochetkova, Noémi Ujházy, Monique Palma, Simone Schleper, Environment and History 26, no. 4: 617-621.


Åsberg, C. 2020. A Sea Change in the Environmental Humanities, Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of Environmental Humanities, no 1, pp. 108-122. Find pdf online:

Åsberg, C., J. Holmstedt and Radomska. 2020. “Methodologies of Kelp: On Feminist Posthumanities, Transversal Knowledge Production and Multispecies Ethics in an Age of Entanglement” In: The Kelp Congress, edited by H. Mehti, N. Cahoon, and A. Wolfsberger, Svolvær: NNKS Press, pp. 11-23.

Fredengren, C. and C. Åsberg. 2020. Checking in with Deep time: Intragenerational Care in the Registers of Feminist Posthumanities. In Deterritorializing the Future: Heritage in, of, and after the Anthropocene, eds R. Harrison, and C. Sterling, London: Open Humanities Press, pp. 56-95. Find pdf online here:

Fredengren, C. 2020. Lyells Ek. Arktiska Spår. Nordiska Museet. Utställningskatalog.

Geerts, E. 2020. “Review of Vulnerable Futures, Transformative Pasts: On Vulnerability, Temporality and Ethics by Miri Rozmarin”. Redescriptions: Political Thought, Conceptual History and Feminist Theory 23 (2020) 2. DOI:

Geerts, E. 2020. “The Wellness Formula Sunday Service: On the work of Karen Barad”. Podcast. Part of The Wednesday Wellness Formula installation by artist Candice Jacobs. Five Years Gallery London (UK)

Holmstedt, J. 2020. Interspecies Bodies and Watery Sonospheres: Listening in the Lab, the Archives and the Field, Leonardo Music Journal, vol. 30, (December 2020), Special Section, ed. Morten Søndergaard. Link:

Karkulehto, S., A. Koistinen, K. Lummaa, and E. Varis. 2020. “Reconfiguring Human, Nonhuman and Posthuman: Striving for More Ethical Cohabitation”. In Reconfiguring Human, Nonhuman and Posthuman in Literature and Culture, edited by S. Karkulehto, A.  Koistinen and E. Varis.  New York: Routledge, 1–19. Link:

LaFauci, L.and C. Åsberg. 2020. Is All Environmental Humanities Feminist Environmental Humanities?, Seeing the Woods vol. 1. Link:

LaFauci, L. 2020. “Unraveling Slavery’s Order in the 19th-Century Southern Swamp.” Swamp Souths: Literary and Cultural Ecologies. Ed. Kirstin L. Squint, Eric Gary Anderson, Taylor Hagood, and Anthony Wilson. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, pp. 189-202.

LaFauci, L. 2020. “A letter from Sweden, which deems flax seeds more dangerous than the pandemic.” Zocalo Public Square. Arizona State University Knowledge Enterprise. 12 October 2020.

Marleena, M. and S. Karkulehto. 2020. “Wild Things Squeezed in the Closet: Monsters of Children’s Literature as Nonhuman Others.” In Reconfiguring Human, Nonhuman and Posthuman in Literature and Culture, edited by S. Karkulehto, A.  Koistinen and E. Varis.  New York: Routledge, 126–141. Link:

Radomska, M. 2020. Deterritorialising Death: Queerfeminist Biophilosophy and Ecologies of the Non/Living in Contemporary Art. Australian Feminist Studies. vol. 35, no. 104: 116-137. [OPEN ACCESS]

Radomska, M. 2020. “Viral Queerings, Amplified Vulnerabilities”. In Rehearsing Hospitalities Companion 2, edited by Yvonne Billimore and Jussi Koitela, Helsinki: Archive Books, pp. 155-172. Available:

Radomska, M., T. Mehrabi and N. Lykke (eds.), 2020. Australian Feminist Studiesspecial issue: ‘Queer Death Studies: Death, Dying and Mourning From a Queerfeminist Perspective’ 35(104).

Radomska, M., T. Mehrabi, and N. Lykke. 2020. Queer Death Studies: Death, Dying and Mourning From a Queerfeminist Perspective. Australian Feminist Studies, vol. 35, no. 104: 81-100. [OPEN ACCESS]

Radomska, M. and C. Åsberg. 2020. Elämästä luopuminen: Biofilosofiasta, epä/elämisestä, toksisesta ruumiillistumisesta ja etiikan uudelleenmuotoilusta. Niin & näin [Finnish philosophical magazine] 1/2020, pp. 39-46. [OPEN ACCESS]

Radomska, M. and C. Åsberg, 2020. “Doing Away with Life: On Biophilosophy, the Non/Living, Toxic Embodiment, and Reimagining Ethics.” In: Berger, K. Mäki-Reinikka, K. O’Reilly & H. Sederholm, eds. Art As We Don’t Know It. Helsinki: Aalto ARTS Books, pp. 54-63.

Rahm, L. (2020). Den svenska arbetarrörelsens datapolitik från efterkrigstiden till millennieskiftet: en berättelse om folkbildning. Fronesis, 64-65 

Vos, de, R., Pepita Hesselberth, Janna Houwen, and Esther Peeren. 2020. “Automation, Representation, and the Question Concerning the Legibility of the Image/Machine Today”.  In Moving Pictures, Living Machines. Mimesis International

Wickberg, Adam & Johan Gärdebo. 2020. “Where Humans and the Planetary Conflate: An Introduction to Environing Media”, Humanities vol. 9, issue 3, (2020) special issue Peoples, Natures and Environments: Shaping Landscapes.

Wickberg, Adam & Johan Gärdebo. 2020.“Environing Media and the Anthropocene”, HKW Berlin, Anthropocene Curriculum 2020, online publication of the institution (Museum of world cultures, Berlin). 

Wickberg, Adam. 2020. ”Reconfiguring Temporality in the Anthropocene”, Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, vol. 8, issue 4, 2020. (Forthcoming, may) Pre-print:

Wickberg, Adam. 2020. “Singular Causality and Contingent Singularity: Towards a Theory of Post-digital Handwriting”, Media Theory, vol. 4, no 1, 2020.

Wickberg, Adam. 2020. “Intimacy and Singularity of Post-digital Handwriting”, Trace: Journal of Writing, Media & Ecology 2020, vol. 4 no. 1.


Elgh Klingborg, C. 2019. “Science Fiction as a Mirror of our Times and Imaginary Laboratory”, in Cosmological Arrows (eds. Elgh Klingborg and J. Määttä), Art and Theory Publishing. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Cosmological Arrows: Journeys Through Inner and Outer Space at Bonniers Konsthall, 30.08.2019-10.11.2019.

Fredengren, C. & Karlsson, J. 2019. Mossberga Mosse: Excavating the Archives and Tracing Museum Ecologies, Journal of Wetland Archaeology, 19:1-2, 115-130.

O´Conor, K. & Fredengren, C. 2019. Living on lakes – Medieval Irish Settlements. In Nolan, W (ed). Leitrim: History and Society.Dublin. Geography Publications.

Fredengren, C. 2019. Finitude – Human and Animal Sacrifice in a Norse setting. Proceedings of the Old Norse Mythology Conference 2015. Stockholm. Stockholm University Press.

Fredengren, C. 2019. Att möta våtmarkernas natur, en spekulativ arkeologi om offer mosslik och klimatfrågor. OEI #84/85.

Geerts, E. 2019.“Donna Haraway’s cyborgian eco-feminism: A critical new materialist perspective” (in Dutch). Felix & Sofie event on the cyber philosophy of Haraway. Perdu. Amsterdam (NL)

Geerts, E. 2019. “Re-vitalizing the American feminist-philosophical classroom. Transformative academic experimentations with diffractive pedagogical tools.” In Posthumanism and Higher Education: Reimagining Pedagogy, Practice and Research, edited by C. A. Taylor and A. Bayley, 123-140. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-14672-6_7

Geerts, E. 2019. “Without the Other, no Self.” (in Dutch). Wijsgerig Perspectief 59 (2019) 1: 14-24

Geerts, E. and D. Carstens. 2019.“Ethico-Onto-Epistemology.” Philosophy Today. Special issue ‘Materialist Concepts.’ 63 (2019) (4). DOI: 10.5840/philtoday202019301

Radomska, M. 2019. Posthuman Ecologies of the Corpse.Women, Gender & Research, 3-4/2019, pp. 86-88. [OPEN ACCESS]

Radomska, M. 2019. “Non/Living Matter, Bioscientific Imaginaries and Feminist Technoecologies of Bioart.” In: D. Lorenz-Meyer, P. Treusch and X. Liu, Feminist Technoecologies: Reimagining Matters of Care and Sustainability. London: Routledge. [peer-reviewed]

Radomska, M., T. Mehrabi and N. Lykke (eds.). 2019.  Women, Gender & Researchspecial issue: ‘Queer Death Studies: Coming to Terms with Death with Death, Dying and Mourning Differently’. 3-4/2019.

Radomska, M., T. Mehrabi, and N. Lykke. 2019. Queer Death Studies: Coming to Terms with Death, Dying and Mourning Differently. An Introduction. Women, Gender & Research 3-4/2019, pp. 3-11. [OPEN ACCESS]

Rahm, L. 2019. Educational imaginaries: a genealogy of the digital citizen. PhD dissertation, Studies in Behavioural Science No. 214. Faculty of Educational Sciences, Linköping, Sweden.

Rahm, L. 2019. Utbildning som universalmedel mot teknologins faror och förhoppningar. February 25. Skola & Samhälle [S.O.S]

2018 [under construction]

Elgh Klingborg, C. 2018. “I Always Tell the Truth”, in I Always Tell the Truth (ed. Elgh Klingborg), Art and Theory Publishing. Published in conjunction with Dora Garcia´s solo exhibition I Always Tell the Truth at Bonniers Konsthall, 05.12.2018-17.02.2019.

Elgh Klingborg, C. 2018. “Touching History (About the Tactile Memory of Art)”, in New Materialism(eds. Elgh Klingborg and M. af Petersens), Art and Theory Publishing. Published in conjunction with the exhibition New Materialism at Bonniers Konsthall, 05.09.2018-11.11.2018.

Elgh Klingborg, C. 2018. “A Soft Machine: Jens Fänge and Caroline Elgh Klingborg in Conversation”, in Jens Fänge Drömmarna (eds. Elgh Klingborg and M. af Petersens), Art and Theory Publishing. Published in conjunction with Jens Fänge´s solo exhibition Drömmarna at Bonniers Konsthall, 07.02.2018-01.04.2018.

Fredengren, C. 2018.  Personhood of Water. Depositions of Bodies and Things in Water Contexts as a Way of Observing Agential Relationships. Current Swedish Archaeology,Vol. 26, Pp. 219-245.

Fredengren, C. 2018. Re-wilding the Environmental Humanities. A Deep Time Comment. Current Swedish Archaeology,Vol. 26, Pp. 50-60.

Fredengren, C. 2018. Archaeological posthumanities: feminist re-invention of humanities, science and material pasts. Eds. Braidotti, R. & Åsberg, C. Reinventing the humanities.New York: Springer.

Geerts, E. 2018. “Explorative entangled engagements with the matters of religion, theology, and science.” Review of Entangled Worlds. Religion, Science, and New Materialisms. Religion & Gender 8 (2018) 1: 129-131. DOI: 10.18352/rg.10257

Geerts, E. 2018. “Editorial. Superdiversity: A critical intersectional investigation.” (with Sophie Withaeckx & Nella van den Brandt). Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies 21 (2018) 1: 1-5. DOI:

Geerts, E. 2018.  “The New Year’s Eve conference of Claudia de Breij. A diffractive, interdisciplinary discussion about (super-)diversity, gender, sexuality and religion in the Lowlands.” (in Dutch) (with An Van Raemdonck et al). Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies 21 (2018) 1: 81-104. DOI: 10.5117/tvgn2018.1.geer

Geerts, E. 2018.  “Superdiversity: A critical intersectional investigation,” special issue of Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies 21 (2018) 1. With Sophie Withaeckx and Nella van den Brandt

Koistinen, Aino-Kaisa & Karkulehto, Sanna. 2018. Posthuman(ist) Feminism, Feminist Posthumanities. Critical Posthumanism: Genealogy of the Posthuman.

Radomska, M., 2018. Promises of Non/Living Monsters and Uncontainable Life. Somatechnics8(2), pp. 215-231.[self-archived copy]

Radomska, M., 2018. “On Bioart, Biophilosophy and Re-Imagining Futures.” In This Mess We’re In curated by Tarsh Bates. Exhibition catalogue. Perth: UWA.

Rahm, L. (2018) The ironies of digital citizenship: educational imaginaries and digital losers across three decades. Digital Culture & Society 4(2), 39-62.

Skågeby, J. & Rahm, L. (2018) What is Feminist Media Archaeology? communication +1, 7(1) (Special issue on Intersectionalities and Media Archaeologies).

2017 [under construction]

Fredengren, C. 2017. Becoming Bog Bodies. Sacrifice and politics of exclusion, as evidenced in the deposition of skeletal remains in wetlands near Uppåkra. Journal of Wetland Archaeology

Geerts, E. 2017 “‘Staying with the (political) trouble.’ Imaging new political-philosophical vocabularies for the here and now.” Review of Vulnerability in Resistance. Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities special issue “Tranimacies: Intimate Links between Animal and Trans* Studies.” 22 (May 2017) 2. DOI: 10.1080/0969725x.2017.1322851

Radomska, M., 2017. Non/living Matter, Bioscientific Imaginaries and Feminist Techno-ecologies of Bioart. Australian Feminist Studies32(94), pp. 377-394. [OPEN ACCESS]

Radomska, M., 2017. The Anthropocene, practices of story-telling and multispecies justiceAngelaki, 22 (2), 257-261

Rahm, L. & Fejes, A. (2017) Popular education and the digital citizen: A genealogical analysis. European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults 8(1):21-36.


Ericka Johnson, Ebba Sjorgen, Cecilia Åsberg (eds.). 2016. Glocal Pharma. International Brands and the Imagination of Local Masculinity. Routledge.

Åsberg and T. Mehrabi. 2016. “Nature in the lab” in MacMillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender, v2:Nature. ed. by Iris van der Tuin.

Fredengren, C. 2016. Deep time enchantment. Bog bodies, crannogs and other worldly sites at disjuncture’s in time. Archaeology and Environmental Ethics. World Archaeology48:4.

Tara Mehrabi. Forthcoming. “Alzheimer’s in the making: A feminist laboratory study of Alzheimer’s disease.” In Gendering Drugs. ed. Ericka Johnson. Palgrave.

Tara Mehrabi. 2016. “Matters of Donation and Preserved Relations: Co-Construction of Egg Donation and Family Structures in Iran.” In Assisted Reproduction Across Borders. Feminist Perspectives on Normalizations, Disruptions and Transmissions. eds: Merete Lie and Nina Lykke. Routledge.

Tara Mehrabi and Cecilia Åsberg. Forthcoming. “Model Territories: Choreographies of Laboratory Flies.” In: Animal Places. Lively Cartographies of Human Animal Relations. eds. Bull, J., Holmberg, T., Åsberg, C.  Routledge: London.


Astrida Neimanis, Cecilia Åsberg and Johan Hedrén. Four Problems, Four Directions for Environmental Humanities: Toward Critical Posthumanities for the Anthropocene. Ethics and the Environment vol. 20, no 1, Spring 2015, (pp. 67-97).

Olga Cielemecka, All Things Spectral, Somatechnics, vol. 5, no 2, 2015, (pp. 234-254).

Fredengren, C. 2015. Nature:cultures. Heritage, sustainability and feminist posthumanism.Current Swedish Archaeology, Vol. 23., 109-130.

Fredengren, C., & Löfqvist, C. 2015. Food for Thor. The deposition of human and animal remains in a Swedish wetland area. Journal of Wetland Archaeology

Fredengren, C., 2015. Water politics. Wetland deposition of human and animal remains in Uppland, Sweden. FornvännenStockholm.

Henriksen, L. and Radomska2015. Missing Links and Non/human Queerings: an Introduction. Somatechnics5(2), pp. 113-119. [OPEN ACCESS]

Henriksen, L., Radomska, M. and Shildrick, M. (eds.), 2015. Somatechnics: Missing Links and Non/human Queerings. Special issue, 5(2).

Radomska, M., 2015. Zylinska, Joanna, Minimal Ethics for the Anthropocene, Ann Arbor: Michigan Press/Open Humanities Press, 2014, 152 pp. ISBN 9781607853299 (book review). philoSOPHIA, 5(2), pp. 315-317.

Radomska, M., 2015. MacCormack, Patricia (ed.), The Animal Catalyst: Towards Ahuman Theory. Bloomsbury, London and New York, 2014. ISBN: 9781472534446 (Paperback) / 9781472526847 (Cloth), 224 pp., US$ 34.95 (Paperback) / US$ 104 (Cloth) (book review). Somatechnics, 5(2), pp. 255-258.



Åsberg, Cecilia (2013) “The Timely Ethics of Posthumanist Gender Studies” in feministische studien, no 1:2013 (a special issue on 30 years of feminist research in the german speaking countries),pp. 7-12.

Radomska, M., 2013. Posthumanist Pedagogies: Towards an Ethics of the Non/Living. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10(1), pp. 28-31.


Åsberg, Cecilia, Martin Hultman and Francis Lee (2012) Posthumanistiska nyckeltexter Studentlitteratur, Lund.


Special Issue on Post-humanities (and Feminist Technoscience) in NORA:Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, vol 19:4. Edited by Cecilia Åsberg, Redi Koobak and Ericka Johnson (Linköping University).

Post-humanities is a feminist issue” (Editorial) of NORA:Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, vol 19:4, pp. 213-216.

Åsberg, Cecilia Redi Koobak and Ericka Johnson  (2011) “Beyond the Humanist Imagination“, pp. 218-230 in special issue (Post-humanities), vol 19:4 of NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research. See also…

Åsberg, Cecilia. 2011.  “Sexual Difference, Gender and (Microscopic) Animals: A Commentary on ‘Sexing the Rotifer’”Society and Animals.

Hellstrand, Ingvil. 2011. “The Shape of Things to Come”NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 19 (1): 6-24.

Johnson, Ericka, Sjögren, Ebba, & Åsberg, Cecilia. ”Prescribing for the ’Swedish Viagra Man’”. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics  89: 15–16.


Special issue of European Journal of Women’s Studies“Feminist technoscience” 17 (4). 2010. Editors Cecilia Åsberg and Nina Lykke.

Åsberg, Cecilia & Jennifer Lum. 2010. “Picturizing the Scattered Ontologies of Alzheimer’s Disease: towards a Materialist Feminist Approach to Visual Technoscience Studies”European Journal of Women’s Studies 17 (4): 323-345.

Birke, Lynda & Cecilia Åsberg . 2010. “Biology is a Feminist Issue: An Interview with Lynda Birke”. European Journal of Women’s Studies 17 (4): 413-423.

Braidotti, Rosi. 2010. “The Politics of “Life Itself”  and New Ways of Dying”. In Diana Coole, Samantha Frost.  New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency, and Politics. Durham: Duke University Press.

Braidotti, Rosi. 2010. “On Putting Active Back into Activism”New Formations 68: 42-57. See:

Braidotti, Rosi. 2010. “Nomadism: Against Methodological Nationalism”Policy Futures in Education 8 (3&4): 408-418.

Gruen, Lori & Karin Weil. 2010. “Teaching Difference: Sex, Gender, Species”. In Margo DeMello Teaching the Animal Human–Animal Studies Across the Disciplines. Lantern Books. Click here to order online

Lykke, Nina. 2010. “The Timeliness of Post-Constructionism”NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and
Gender Research
 18(2): 131-136.

Radomska, M., 2010. Towards a Posthumanist Collective. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 1(1), pp. 94-115. [OPEN ACCESS]

Radomska, M., 2010. Biopolityka: Od Michela Foucaulta do Giorgio Agambena [Biopolitics: From Michel Foucault to Giorgio Agamben]. Estetyka i Krytyka, 2(2), pp. 147-155.

Radomska, M., 2010. Braidotti/Haraway – perspektywa posthumanizmu [Braidotti/Haraway – a posthumanist perspective]. Nowa Krytyka, 24/25, pp. 57-74.

Twine, Richard. 2010. Animals as Biotechnology – Ethics, Sustainability and Critical Animal Studies.
London: Earthscan. Click here to order online

Weil, Kari. 2010. “A Report on the Animal Turn”Differences 21(2): 1-23.

Weinstein, Jami . 2010. “A Requiem to Sexual Difference: A Response to Luciana Parisi’s ‘Event and Evolution’”The Southern Journal of Philosophy 48: 165-187.