How to live with ambiguous pasts in changing industrial landscapes
My research interests are centered on industrial and post-industrial landscapes and their transformation, comprising both cultural and "natural" environments, in physical and imaginary sense. Such landscapes challenge the way we understand ecology, aesthetics, memory and heritage, and trigger concerns about power relations.
For a list of publications and other relevant experiences, see CV on LinkedIn.
Media appearances in English, since 2019
- Annica Hesser ”Their mission: Warning future humanity about buried nuclear waste” LiU Magazine, nr 2/2022, interview together with Thomas Keating, s. 4–6.
- The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology, Ågesta R3: A ripple in time, 35 min, produced by New Story Space, interviewed for the film, 2022. Available on vimeo.com and at the Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology (Tekniska museet) in Stockholm.
- Nuclear Natures. Dounreay nuclear power station in northern Scotland. In the foreground grazing sheep, in the background the North Sea. Photo: Anna Storm
- Nuclear Memory. Radioactive hotspot marked with a warning sign, Chernobyl, Ukraine. Photo: Jorge Franganillo from Barcelona, Spain, CC BY 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
- Nuclearwaters. The reactor hall with the reactor basin at Barsebäck nuclear power plant in southern Sweden. Photo: Anna Storm
- NuSPACES. Exhibition on nuclear power and history connected to Barsebäck nuclear power plant in southern Sweden. Photo: Anna Storm
- Cold War Coasts. Decaying military remnants at the Baltic Sea coast at Karosta in Latvia. Photo: Andrzej Otrębski, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
- Atomic Heritage. Control panel in the control room at Barsebäck nuclear power plant in southern Sweden. Photo: Anna Storm
Graduate and undergraduate teaching
I am involved in teaching at Linköping University with individual lectures and seminars in first, second and third cycle.
Doctoral supervision and mentorship
Doctoral students at other universities
Achim Klüppelberg (since 2018, at KTH)
Siegfried Evens (since 2018, at KTH)
Alicia Gutting (since 2018, at KTH)
Emmeline Laszlo Ambjörnsson (PhD 2021, at Stockholm University)
Karin Edberg (PhD 2018, at Södertörn University)
Andrei Stsiapanau (2020–2021 at KTH and LiU)
Kasia Keely (2016 at Södertörn University)
Natasha Webster (2015–2016 at Stockholm University)