Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment

The Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment does integrative research, PhD and undergraduate training and societal collaboration in its core areas of history. We have a diverse collection of expertise in history and the integrative humanities working in areas such as climate, energy, heritage, media, political ecology, urban studies, research policy and innovation, science and technology studies (STS), the environmental humanities, and the posthumanities.

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Publications

[1]
A. Klüppelberg, "Water, Fish, and Contamination in Chernobyl’s Cooling Pond," in The Nuclear-Water Nexus, Per Högselius and Siegfried Evens Ed., Cambridge, MA : MIT Press, 2024.
[2]
A. Klüppelberg, "Creating Chernobyl : Technocratic Culture and Everyday Life in Nuclear Ukraine, 1970-1982," NTM. International Journal of History and Ethics of Natural Sciences, Technology and Medicine, 2024.
[4]
P. Högselius and A. Klüppelberg, The Soviet Nuclear Archipelago : A Historical Geography of Atomic-Powered Communism. Vienna/ Budapest/ New York : Central European University Press, 2024.
[5]
A. Gutting et al., "Geographies of Nuclear Energy : An Introduction," Historical Social Research, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 7-31, 2024.
[6]
A. Gutting and P. Högselius, "Nuclearized River Basins : Conflict and Cooperation along the Rhine, Danube, and Elbe," HSR Historical Social Research, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 92-125, 2024.
[7]
A. Klüppelberg, "The Nuclear Waters of the Soviet Union : Hydro-Engineering and Technocratic Culture in the Nuclear Industry," Doctoral thesis Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-ABE-DLT, 243, 2024.
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