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Entangled Environments: Historians and Nature in the Nordic Countries



MA 2003, PhD-student ved Department of General History, University of Turku, Finland. turasa@utu.fi



f. 1975, PhD 2007, førsteamanuensis ved Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier, Umeå Universitet, Sverige. finn.arne.jorgensen@umu.se



f. 1964, PhD 2010, Director, East Iceland Heritage Museum, Island. unnur.birna.karlsdottir@gmail.com



f. 1970, PhD 2000, professor ved Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier, Umeå Universitet, Sverige. erland.marald@idehist.umu.se



f. 1976, PhD 2006, førsteamanuensis ved Institut for Kultur og Globale Studier, Aalborg Universitet, Danmark. bpoulsen@cgs.aau.dk

  • Side: 9-34
  • Publisert på Idunn: 2013-03-26

This article discusses recent developments in Nordic environmental history scholarship in light of the concept of the Anthropocene. Taking concepts of nature and culture as entangled with each other, the article explores questions of definition, disciplinary knowledge and the need for interdisciplinarity, and the problem of national, spatial, and temporal boundaries in environmental history. Both natural spaces and the scientific knowledge we have about nature need to be historicized. The article concludes with a look to the future of Nordic environmental history.

Keywords: Anthropocene, Environmental History, interdisciplinarity, transnational.

Entangled Environments: The Past, Present and Future of Nordic Environmental History

This article discusses recent developments in Nordic environmental history scholarship in light of the concept of the Anthropocene. Taking nature and culture as entangled with each other, the article explores questions of definitions, disciplinary knowledge and the need for interdisciplinarity, and the problem of national, spatial and temporal boundaries in environmental history. Both natural spaces and the scientific knowledge we have about nature need to be historicized. The article concludes with a look to the future of Nordic environmental history.

Keywords: Anthropocene, Environmental History, interdisciplinarity, transnational.
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