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Publications and conference presentations:

Trygg. K & Köhler. H (2015) Exkursioner, varför då? Geografiska Notiser 73:1 s. 16-22

Trygg K. (2014) Arbetets geografi. Kunskapsarbetes organisation och utförande i tidrummet. Doktorsavhandling i kulturgeografi. Stockholms universitet

Hermelin B & Trygg K. (2012) New geographies of work: A case Study from Sweden. Urbani-izziv (23): 1 s. 126-134

Trygg.K (2014). Innovative process involving many actors in renovation. Conference Presentations in session The geography of greening the economy – restructuring, knowledge, networks and discourse. International Geographical Congress, Krakow. 

Trygg, K (2014) . How to understand the geography of work. Conference presentation: Annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Tampa 2014

Trygg. K (2012) Negotiations in the geography of work: the case of knowledge workers. Conference Presentation, Annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York 2012

Trygg, K (2012) The Geography of work in knowledge intensive service firms. Conference Presentation, International Geographical Congress, Cologne 2012.

Trygg. K (2012) Arbetslivets dilemman. Konferens presentation. Tidsgeografiska dagar, Österbymo, 2012

Trygg. K (2009). The geography of work – distance and proximity in networks. Conference Presentation. Nordic geographers meeting, 3rd, Åbo, juni 2009

Trygg, K (2009). ITK:s påverkan på mönstret för kunskapsarbetares geografi Konferens presentation. Tidsgeografiska dagar, Norrköping 2009

Hermelin, B & Trygg, K (2008).  The geography of work – distance and proximity in networks. Paper accepted for presentation at Meeting of the IGU Commission on The Dynamics of Economic Spaces, Barcelona, August 2008


I am teaching in human geography; economic geography, urban and regional planning, methods



Telephone: 013-28 57 18
Fax: 013-28 44 61

E-mail: kristina trygg@liu.se

Department of Thematic Studies -
Technology and Social Change
Linköping university
SE-581 83 Linköping


Project activities

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.

About Tema

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

Child Studies
Gender Studies
Technology and social change
Environmental Change

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