Martin Hultman

Researcher at Science, Technology and Society

Why don't we act when we have known the challenges of climate change for over thirty years? Such are the questions I deal with in my research when doing in-depth empirical studies creatively combined with concepts from ecofeminism, posthumanities, discourse analysis and actor-network theory. At the moment I'm the research leader of a three year project dealing with social- and ecological entrepreneurship in the circular economy and one about climate change denialism. Simultaneously I develop knowledge around energy transitions, masculinities and environment.

Source: chalmers.se

Showing 10 publications

2020

Upphettning - Demokratin i klimatkrisens tid

Daniel Lindvall, Kjell Vowles, Martin Hultman
Book
2019

Far-right and climate change denial : Denouncing environmental challenges via anti-establishment rhetoric, marketing of doubts, industrial/breadwinner masculinities enactments and ethno-nationalism

Martin Hultman, Anna Björk, Tamya Viinikka
The Far Right and the Environment Politics, Discourse and Communication
Book chapter
2019

Naturens rättigheter : När lagen ger fred med jorden

Nikolas Berg, Ingrid Berg, Martin Hultman
Book
2019

Industrial/Breadwinner Masculinities and Climate 4 Change: Understanding the ‘White Male Effect’ of Climate Change Denial

Paul Pulé, Martin Hultman
Climate Hazards, Disasters, and Gender Ramifications
Book chapter
2019

Flera generationer av klimatsvek

Martin Hultman
Socialmedicinsk Tidskrift. Vol. 96 (3), p. 431-433
Magazine article
2019

Social and ecological entrepreneurship in a circular economy: the need for understanding transitional agency

Malin Henriksson, Martin Hultman, Nils Johansson et al
A Research Agenda for Social Entrepreneurship / [ed] Anne de Bruin and Simon Teasdale, p. 113-120
Book chapter
2019

Den inställda klimatomställningen : Politik och teknik 1980-talets Sverige

Martin Hultman
Socialmedicinsk Tidskrift. Vol. 96 (3), p. 401-405
Magazine article
2019

Ecological masculinities: a response to the Manthropocene question?

Martin Hultman, Paul Pulé
Routledge International Handbook of Masculinity Studies
Book chapter
2019

Cool dudes in Norway: climate change denial among conservative Norwegian men

Olve Krange, Bjørn P. Kaltenborn, Martin Hultman
Environmental Sociology. Vol. 5 (1), p. 1-11
Journal article
2019

Men in Nature: a critical analysis of the Mythopoetic Men’s Movement

Paul Pulé, Martin Hultman
Ecomasculinities : Negotiating Male Gender Identity in U.S. Fiction
Book chapter

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Showing 6 research projects

2019–

Sociotechnical perspectives on energy: Integrating perspectives from the Humanities and social sciences into Swedish and International Energy policy

Anna Åberg Science, Technology and Society
Martin Hultman Science, Technology and Society
Chalmers

2019–2023

Men and energy. Studying different masculinities and technology within the energy sector

Martin Hultman Science, Technology and Society
Swedish Energy Agency

2019–

Gender, technology and energy. A Post‐doc gender analysis of the energy sector

Martin Hultman Science, Technology and Society
Chalmers

2018–2021

Why is not climate science taken for real? Studies of climate change denialism

Martin Hultman Science, Technology and Society
Formas
Swedish Energy Agency

2018–2020

Practising green futures? Ecopreneurship and Social entrepreneurship in a Circular Economy

Martin Hultman Science, Technology and Society
Formas

2018–2018

Road to transition? Gender analysis of energy- and environmental politics 1971-1991

Martin Hultman Science, Technology and Society
Swedish Energy Agency

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