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FATALE - Feminist Architecture Theory Analysis Laboratory and Education (Professor Katja Grillner)

  Period: 2007-09-01

FATALE is a group of researchers and educators at the School of Architecture, KTH, pursuing research and education within, and through, feminist architecture theory. » more
Long-term sustainability vs. short-term security: the co-evolution of conflicting challenges in the redesign and adaptation of infrastructure systems (Per Högselius)

Period: 2010-07-01 - 2014-12-31

This project scrutinizes the conflicts between long-term sustainability ambitions and short-term security concerns that arise through the attempts to adapt large infrastructural systems in the energy » more
Rational training. Scientific methods of exercise in cross country skiing (Professor Sverker Sörlin)

Period: 2011-12-15 - 2016-12-15

This project will investigate the history of cross country skiing training, mainly in Sweden, during the period 1940-1970. Meetings and conflicts between experimental and scientific knowledge in cross » more
Sweden and the origins of global resource colonialism: Exploring a small country's natural resource interests in Africa, Caucasia and the Arctic (Per Högselius)

Period: 2013-01-01 - 2015-12-31

This project explores the historical origins of global resource colonialism from a Swedish perspective. Swedish historical natural resource activities and interests in Africa, Caucasia and the Arctic » more
The geopolitics of energy. Swedish international dependencies in a historical perspective (Professor Arne Kaijser)

Period: 2012-01-01 - 2014-03-31

The overall purpose of this project is thus to study Sweden’s foreign dependencies in the energy field in the 20th century. Specifically, we will analyse how public and private actors perceived these » more


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