Seminar series

International environmental sociology seminar series

Invited presentations:

  • Matthias Gross, 30 May 2022 Wind Harvest and Heat Theft: Knowledge and Nonknowledge on Changing Ownership Structures
  • Francesca Forno, 17 May 2022, Environmental activism and everyday life: why, how, and when the mundane becomes political
  • Anna Salomaa, postdoctoral researcher in environmental science at Tampere University, 22 March 2022, Mobilising expert knowledge on wicked environmental problems - IPBES, and preparedness for climate risks.
  • Stewart Lockie professor in sociology and director of The Cairns Institute, James Cook University, 14 May 2021; Transition. Transform. The multiple temporalities of action on climate change.
  • Johan Munck af Rosenskiöld, postdoctoral researcher in Sustainability Science, University of Helsinki and Henrik Thorén, PhD in theoretical philosophy, Lund University, 20 April 2021; Domestication of uncertainty in scientific modeling
  • Arielle Hesse, Postdoctoral fellow Drexel University. 23 March 2021; The data treadmill: water governance and the politics of pollution in rural Ireland
  • Llewellyn Leonard, professor in sociology, Department of Environmental Science, University of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa; 1 October 2019; Civil society, reflexive scientisation and scientific expertise: The case of the Engen refinery in South Durban, South Africa.
  • Stewart Lockie, professor in sociology and director of The Cairns Institute, James Cook University, 12 June 2017; Conflicting temporalities of social and environmental change?
  • Debra J Davidson, professor in environmental sociology, Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology, University of Alberta, Canada, 17 October 2017; Social-technical imaginaries and the silencing of dissent in Alberta’s fracking zone.
  • Steven A Wolf, associate professor in environmental governance, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, USA, 7 November 2016; Temporal dimentions of environmental governance.
  • Päivi Abernethy, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Leuphana University of Luneburg, Germany 14 March 2016; Knowledge co-production and mutual learning in sustainability transformation: What could environmental sociology and STS offer to sustainability science discourse?