Chalmers University of Technology
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Associate professor Martin Hultman is an interdisciplinary scholar co-ordinator of Environmental Posthumanities Network, initiator of SweMineTechNet, organiser of two international conferences on ecopreneurship and climate denialism respectively, and has edited special issues about environment in the leading gender journal TGV in Sweden as well as on ecopreneurship in the internationally renowned Small Business Journal. His publications include the books Ecological Masculinities, Posthumanistiska Nyckeltexter, Discourses of Global Climate Change and Den inställda omställningen. In addition these books, Hultman has published in leading journals of Environmental Humanities, History & Technology, and Hydrogen Energy as well as Gender studies. Especially notable is the article The Making of an Environmental Hero: A History of Ecomodern Masculinity, Fuel Cells and Arnold Schwarzenegger chosen as one of the hundred most influential texts ever written in the handbook Gender and the Environment. Hultmans current research revolves around issues such as posthumanities ethics, ecofeminism, environmental utopias, environment and masculinities, climate change denial and ecopreneurship historically as well as contemporary.
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