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Publications

 

Hultman, Martin (2015), Den inställda omställningen. Svensk energy- och miljöpolik i möjligheternas tid 1980-1991, Gidlunds förlag

Anshelm, Jonas and Martin Hultman (2014), Discourses of Global Climate Change, Routledge: London

Hultman, Martin (2014), “The Ecotopia of WELGAS: A historical account of a small scale Swedish renewable energy utopia in the 1980s intertwined with energy- and environmental politics”. Edited by Karin Bradley and Johan Hedren, Green Utopianism, Routledge: London

Anshelm, Jonas and Martin Hultman (2014), ”A Green fatwā? Climate change as a threat to the masculinity of industrial modernity”, NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies, (2) 84-96

Hultman, Martin (2013)”The Making of an Environmental Hero: A History of Ecomodern Masculinity, Fuel Cells and Arnold Schwarzenegger”, Environmental Humanities 2: 83-103.

Hultman, Martin, and Christer Nordlund (2013)”Energizing technology: expectations of fuel cells and the hydrogen economy, 1990–2005”, History and Technology 29(1): 33-53.

Åsberg, Cecilia, Martin Hultman, & Francis Lee, (2012), Posthumanistiska nyckeltexter, Studentlitteratur: Lund

Hultman, Martin, and Ali Yaras (2012) ”The socio-technological history of hydrogen and fuel cells in Sweden 1978–2005; mapping the innovation trajectory”, International journal of hydrogen energy 37(17): 12043-12053

Hultman, Martin (2011) ”Ekomodern maskulinitet; eller historien om hur Arnold Schwarzenegger blev 2000-talets miljöhjälte”, Tidskriften för genusvetenskap (4), 5-26

Hultman, Martin & Evangelou, Angelos (2010) “Auto-mobility vs. Self-mobility and Collective Mobility: The Socio-cultural Implications of the Use of Car in Cyprus”. Edited by Gronau Werner Transport Planning in the Eastern Mediterranean, MetaGis

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Technology and Social Change
Linköping university
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Technology and Social Change is an interdisciplinary research unit focusing on how social actors create and use technology, and how technical change is woven together with cultural patterns, daily life, politics, energy systems, learning, and the economy in history and society.



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The objective for Tema - The Department of Thematic Studies is to pursue excellent research and education at undergraduate and advanced levels relevant to society.

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