This is the list of publications from our members

Þóra Pétursdóttir

Heritage Ecologies. Edited by Torgeir Rinke Bangstad and Þóra
Pétursdóttir. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021.

Jamie Lorimer

“After the anthropause: Lockdown lessons for more‐than‐human
geographies.” by Adam Searle, Jonathon Turnbull and Jamie Lorimer. The
Geographical Journal 187 (1), 2021, pp. 69-77.

Emma Waterton

“Ghosts of the Anthropocene: spectral accretions at the Port Arthur historic site.” by Emma
Waterton and Hayley Saul. Landscape Research 46 (3), 2021, pp. 362-376.

Kyrre Kverndokk

“The extreme summer of 2018: Norwegian weather news and the
politics of weatherlore.” by Kyrre Kverndokk, in the book Climate Change
Temporalities. Explorations in Vernacular, Popular and Scientific
Discourse. Routledge, 2021, pp. 71-88.

“Fremtiden er nå: Klimaendringenes tider”. by Bjærke, M.R. and Kverndokk, K. Oslo: Scandinavian Academic Press. 2022.

Caitlin DeSilvey

“Landscape futures: decision-making in uncertain times, a literature review.” by Nadia Bartolini and Caitlin DeSilvey. Landscape Research 46 (1), 2021, pp. 8-24

“Becoming Apple”. By C. DeSilvey in Woven in Vegetal Fabric: On Plant Becomings edited by C. Rouleau. Luxembourg: Casion Luxembourg, 2022.

Christina Fredengren

Environmental humanities: a rethinking of landscape
archaeology? Interdisciplinary academic research related to different
perspectives of landscapes. (Clues : Interdisciplinary studies in culture,
history and heritage; Vol. 6). Edited by Sjoerd Kluiving, Kerstin Lidén and
Christina Fredengren. Sidestone Press, 2021.

“Beyond Entanglement.” by Christina Fredengren. Current Swedish Archaeology 29 (1), 2021, pp. 11-33.

Katherine Burlingame

“Learning by feeling: excursions into the affective landscape.” by Katherine Burlingame. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2021, pp. 1-13.

“Heritage Ecologies (book review). by K. Burlingame. International Journal of Heritage Studies. 28(6), 2022, pp. 783784. doi: 10.1080/13527258.2022.206864

“High Tech or High Touch? Heritage Encounters and the Power of Presence.” by K. Burlingame. International Journal of Heritage Studies. Advance online publication, forthcoming, doi: 10.1080/13527258.2022.2138504.

“A heritagescape in the mountains: when a tornado came to Kinzua”. by K. Burlingame and P. Burlingame. in Landscape as heritage: critical perspectives edited by Pettenati, G., London: Routledge, 2022, pp. 255–266.

“From excavation to storytelling: Perspectives from archaeological heritagescapes in Sweden”. by K. Burlingame and L. Papmehl-Dufay. Archaeological Review from Cambridge. 37(1), 2022, pp. 50–70.

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