I’m an undisciplined researcher and teacher who uses critical and speculative approaches to explore how a more sustainable and just society could look like, and how to get there. I’m particularly engaged in exploring ways of speculating while ‘staying with the trouble’ (Haraway 2016), which includes examining the way speculation changes our experiences and expectations. To be honest, this is only partly who I am, and partly who I would like to become.
Provtänka is Swedish for “articulating half-baked thoughts”. You can think of it as the mudcake version of science. Yum!
Here I have gathered information and material on research and other types of projects I’m involved in.
This provides an overview of different texts I have written or co-written. Some of it in English, some of it in Swedish.
Latest post in provtänkt
- The world’s largest artificial ice rink in the form of a canal, or Rough Guide to Zero-Carbon Europe 2045what [would] a tourist be recommended to do on a city visit in 2045. What is on the menu in the lab-meat restaurant? What exhibition is displayed at the Blast Furnace Museum? What music do … Continue reading The world’s largest artificial ice rink in the form of a canal, or Rough Guide to Zero-Carbon Europe 2045
- Troubling speculation causing troubleSome time ago I was invited by the Narrating Climate Futures initiative at Lunds University to give a lecture on my research, and preferrably ‘something related to urban futures’. I gladly accepted, partly because this … Continue reading Troubling speculation causing trouble