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Dolly Jørgensen

Professor

Fakultet for utdanningsvitenskap og humaniora
Institutt for kultur- og språkvitenskap
HG O-239
Publications
  • Vitenskapelige publikasjoner
    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Environment : Managing urban sanitation for sanitas. I: A cultural history of medicine : vol 2 : Middle Ages (800-1450).

      Bloomsbury Academic

      ISBN 9781472569875.

      s.21-38.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Crafts and cleanliness : The regulation of noxious business activity in English towns during the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries. I: In pursuit of healthy environments : Historical cases on the environment-health nexus.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9780367259051.

      s.13-26.

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Citizen science for environmental citizenship.

      Conservation Biology

      ISSN 0888-8892.

      DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13649

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Material and metaphorical clouds. I: Silver Linings : Clouds in art and science.

      Museumsforlaget AS

      ISBN 9788283050899.

      s.7-21.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Bettering stories about stories about nature.

      Ecozona

      ISSN 2171-9594.

      Volum 11.

      Hefte 2.

      s.200-207.

      DOI: 10.37536/ECOZONA.2020.11.2.3497

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Tracking Animals in a Pandemic.

      Environmental History

      ISSN 1084-5453.

      Volum 25.

      Hefte 4.

      s.626-631.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Controlling pigs in countryside and city for sustainable medieval agriculture. I: Conservations roots : Managing for sustainability in preindustrial Europe 1100–1800.

      Berghahn Books

      ISBN 9781789206920.

      s.31-49.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Dependence on the whale: multispecies entanglements and ecosystem services in science fiction.

      Green Letters. Studies in Ecocriticism

      ISSN 1468-8417.

      Volum 23.

      Hefte 1.

      s.54-67.

      DOI: 10.1080/14688417.2019.1583591

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Recovering lost species in the modern age: histories of longing and belonging.

      MIT Press

      ISBN 9780262537810.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Extinction and agricultural history.

      Agricultural History

      ISSN 0002-1482.

      Volum 93.

      Hefte 4.

      s.690-694.

      DOI: 10.3098/ah.2019.093.4.682

    • O'Gorman, Emily; Van Dooren, Thom; Münster, Ursula; Adamson, Joni; Mauch, Christof; Sörlin, Sverker; Armiero, Marco; Lindström, Kati; Houston, Donna; Pádua, José Augusto; Rigby, Kate; Jones, Owain; Motion, Judy; Muecke, Stephen; Chang, Chia-Ju; Lu, Shuyuan; Jones, Christopher; Green, Lesley; Matose, Frank; Twidle, Hedley; Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew; Wiggin, Bethany; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Teaching the Environmental Humanities: International Perspectives and Practices.

      Environmental Humanities

      ISSN 2201-1919.

      Volum 11.

      Hefte 2.

      s.427-460.

      DOI: 10.1215/22011919-7754545

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Langum, Virginia

      (2018)

      Envisioning North from a Premodern Perspective. I: Visions of North in Premodern Europe.

      Brepols

      ISBN 9782503574752.

      s.1-11.

      DOI: 10.1484/M.CURSOR-EB.5.114054

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Blood on the Butcher's Knife: Images of Pig Slaughter in Late Medieval Illustrated Calendars. I: Blood Matters: Studies in European Literature and Thought, 1400-1700.

      University of Pennsylvania Press

      ISBN 9780812250213.

      s.224-237.

      DOI: 10.9783/9780812295092-016

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2018)

      Aesthetics of energy landscapes.

      Environment, Space, Place (ESP)

      ISSN 2066-5377.

      Volum 10.

      Hefte 1.

      s.1-14.

      DOI: 10.5749/envispacplac.10.1.0001

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Backyard birds and human-made bat houses: domiciles of the wild in nineteenth- and twentieth-century cities. I: Animal History in the Modern City: Exploring Liminality.

      Bloomsbury Academic

      ISBN 9781350054035.

      s.221-238.

      DOI: 10.5040/9781350054066.0018

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Illuminating Ephemeral Medieval Agricultural History through Manuscript Art. I: Using Diverse Primary Resources to Research US History: Essays from the Agricultural History Society.

      ISBN 9780692122235.

      s.22-35.

      DOI: 10.3098/ah.2015.089.2.186

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Beastly Belonging in the Premodern North. I: Visions of North in Premodern Europe.

      Brepols

      ISBN 9782503574752.

      s.183-205.

      DOI: 10.1484/M.CURSOR-EB.5.114062

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      After None: Memorialising animal species extinction through monuments. I: Animals Count: How Population Size Matters in Animal-Human Relations.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9780815381365.

      s.183-199.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Canadian Modernity as an Icon of the Anthropocene. I: Made Modern: Science and Technology in Canadian History.

      University of British Columbia Press

      ISBN 9780774837231.

      s.348-357.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Endling, the power of the last in an extinction-prone world.

      Environmental Philosophy

      ISSN 1718-0198.

      Volum 14.

      s.119-138.

      DOI: 10.5840/envirophil201612542

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Artifacts and habitats. I: The Routledge Companion to the Environmental Humanities.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9781138786745.

      s.138-143.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      A new place for stories: blogging as an environmental history research tool. I: Methodological Challenges in Nature-Culture and Environmental History Research.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9781317353560.

      s.248-259.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Presence of absence, absence of presence, and extinction narratives. I: Nature, temporality and environmental management. Scandinavian and Australian perspectives on peoples and landscapes.

      Routledge

      ISBN 978-1-47-246465-1.

      s.45-58.

      DOI: 10.4324/9781315597591-4

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Competing ideas of 'natural' in a dam removal controversy.

      Water Alternatives - An interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development

      ISSN 1965-0175.

      Volum 10.

      Hefte 3.

      s.840-852.

    • Hjältén, Joakim; Nilsson, Christer; Jørgensen, Dolly; Bell, David

      (2016)

      Forest–Stream Links, Anthropogenic Stressors, and Climate Change: Implications for Restoration Planning.

      BioScience

      ISSN 0006-3568.

      Volum 66.

      s.646-654.

      DOI: 10.1093/biosci/biw072

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2016)

      Muskox in a box and other tales of containers as domesticating mediators in animal relocation. I: Animal Housing and Human-Animal Relations: Politics, Practices and Infrastructures.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9781138854116.

      s.100-114.

    • Roberts, Peder; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2016)

      Animals as instruments of Norwegian imperial authority in the interwar Arctic.

      Journal for the History of Environment and Society

      ISSN 2506-6730.

      Volum 1.

      s.65-87.

      DOI: 10.1484/J.JHES.5.110829

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2016)

      The Anthropocene as a History of Technology: Welcome to the Anthropocene: The Earth in Our Hands, Deutsches Museum, Munich.

      Technology and Culture

      ISSN 0040-165X.

      Volum 57.

      Hefte 1.

      s.231-237.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2015)

      Rethinking rewilding.

      Geoforum

      ISSN 0016-7185.

      Volum 65.

      s.482-488.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2014.11.016

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2015)

      Migrant muskoxen and the naturalization of national identity in Scandinavia. I: The Historical Animal.

      Syracuse University Press

      ISBN 978-0-8156-3428-7.

      s.184-201.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2015)

      The conservation implications of parasite co-reintroduction.

      Conservation Biology

      ISSN 0888-8892.

      Volum 29.

      s.602-605.

      DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12421

    • Hasselquist, Eliza M.; Nilsson, Christer; Hjältén, Joakim; Jørgensen, Dolly; Lind, Lovisa; Polvi, Lina E.

      (2015)

      Time for recovery of riparian plants in restored northern Swedish streams: a chronosequence study.

      Ecological Applications

      ISSN 1051-0761.

      Volum 25.

      Hefte 5.

      s.1373-1389.

      DOI: 10.1890/14-1102.1

    • Bell, David; Hjältén, Joakim; Nilsson, Christer; Jørgensen, Dolly; Johansson, Therese

      (2015)

      Forest restoration to attract a putative umbrella species, the white-backed woodpecker, benefited saproxylic beetles.

      Ecosphere

      ISSN 2150-8925.

      Volum 6.

      Hefte 12.

      s.1-14.

      DOI: 10.1890/ES14-00551.1

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2015)

      Illuminating ephemeral medieval agricultural history through manuscript art.

      Agricultural History

      ISSN 0002-1482.

      Volum 89.

      s.186-199.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2015)

      Ecological restoration as objective, target and tool in international biodiversity policy.

      Ecology & Society

      ISSN 1708-3087.

      Volum 20.

      Hefte 4.

      DOI: 10.5751/ES-08149-200443

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2015)

      Remembering the past for the future: The function of museums in science fiction time travel narratives. I: Time Travel in Popular Media: Essays on Film, Television, Literature and Video Games.

      McFarland

      ISBN 978-0-7864-7807-1.

      s.118-131.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2014)

      Not by human hands: five technological tenets for environmental history in the Anthropocene.

      Environment and History

      ISSN 0967-3407.

      Volum 20.

      s.479-489.

      DOI: 10.3197/096734014x14091313617163

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2014)

      Modernity and medieval muck.

      Nature and Culture

      ISSN 1558-6073.

      Volum 9.

      s.225-237.

      DOI: 10.3167/nc.2014.090301

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Quelch, Peter

      (2014)

      The origins and history of medieval wood-pastures. I: European Wood-pastures in Transition: A Social-ecological Approach.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9780415869898.

      s.55-69.

    • Bergmark, Paulina; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2014)

      Lophelia pertusa conservation in the North Sea using obsolete offshore structures as artificial reefs..

      Marine Ecology Progress Series

      ISSN 0171-8630.

      Volum 516.

      s.275-280.

      DOI: 10.3354/meps10997

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2014)

      The Palm Islands, Dubai, UAE. I: Iconic Designs: 50 Stories about 50 Things.

      Bloomsbury Academic

      ISBN 978-0-85785-352-3.

      s.62-65.

      DOI: 10.5040/9781474293921.ch-010

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2014)

      Mixing oil and water: naturalizing offshore oil platforms in American aquariums. I: Oil Culture.

      University of Minnesota Press

      ISBN 978-0-8166-8974-3.

      s.267-288.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Ecological restoration in the Convention for Biological Diversity.

      Biodiversity and Conservation

      ISSN 0960-3115.

      Volum 22.

      s.2977-2982.

      DOI: 10.1007/s10531-013-0550-0

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Renöfält, B M

      (2013)

      Damned if you do, dammed if you don’t: Debates on dam removal in the Swedish media.

      Ecology & Society

      ISSN 1708-3087.

      Volum 18.

      Hefte 1.

      DOI: 10.5751/ES-05364-180118

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Sörlin, Sverker

      (2013)

      Making the Action Visible—Environing in Northern Landscapes. I: Northscapes: History, Technology, and the Making of Northern Environments.

      University of British Columbia Press

      ISBN 978-07-74825733.

      s.1-13.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Reintroduction and de-extinction.

      BioScience

      ISSN 0006-3568.

      Volum 63.

      s.719-720.

      DOI: 10.1093/bioscience/63.9.719

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      The medieval sense of smell, stench and sanitation. I: Les cinq sens de la ville du Moyen Âge à nos jours.

      Presses universitaires François-Rabelais (PUFR)

      ISBN 978-2-86906-289-4.

      s.301-313.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Pigs and pollards – medieval insights for UK wood pasture restoration.

      Sustainability

      ISSN 2071-1050.

      Volum 5.

      s.387-399.

      DOI: 10.3390/su5020387

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Who’s the devil? Species extinction and environmentalist thought in Star Trek. I: Star Trek and History.

      Wiley-Blackwell

      ISBN 1118239504.

      s.242-259.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Environmentalists on both sides: Enactments in the California rigs-to-reefs debate. I: New Natures: Joining Environmental History with Science and Technology Studies.

      University of Pittsburgh Press

      ISBN 978-0822962427.

      s.51-68.

      DOI: 10.2307/j.ctt5vkgkn.7

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Running amuck? Urban swine management in late medieval England.

      Agricultural History

      ISSN 0002-1482.

      Volum 87.

      s.429-451.

      DOI: 10.3098/ah.2013.87.4.429

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2012)

      A blueprint for destruction: Eco-activism in Doctor Who during the 1970s.

      Ecozona

      ISSN 2171-9594.

      Volum 3.

      Hefte 2.

      s.11-26.

      DOI: 10.37536/ecozona.2012.3.2.469

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2012)

      Mixing oil and water: naturalizing offshore oil platforms in Gulf Coast aquariums.

      Journal of American Studies

      ISSN 0021-8758.

      Volum 46.

      s.461-480.

      DOI: 10.1017/s0021875812000175

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2012)

      Rigs-to-reefs is more than rigs and reefs.

      Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

      ISSN 1540-9295.

      Volum 10.

      s.178-179.

      DOI: 10.1890/12.wb.012

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2012)

      OSPAR’s exclusion of rigs-to-reefs in the North Sea.

      Ocean and Coastal Management

      ISSN 0964-5691.

      Volum 58.

      s.57-61.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2011.12.012

    • Brauchman, Sabine; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2012)

      People and plants: Introducing environmental humanities of plants in the Baltics and beyond.

      Estonian Journal of Ecology

      ISSN 1736-7549.

      Volum 61.

      s.4-8.

      DOI: 10.3176/eco.2012.1.02

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2011)

      What’s history got to do with it? A response to Seddon’s definition of reintroduction.

      Restoration Ecology

      ISSN 1061-2971.

      Volum 19.

      s.705-708.

      DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-100x.2011.00834.x

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      What to Do with Waste? The Challenges of Waste Disposal in Two Late Medieval Towns. I: Living Cities: An anthology in urban environmental history.

      Forskningsrådet Formas

      ISBN 9789154060481.

      s.34-55.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      Local government responses to urban river pollution in late medieval England.

      Water History

      ISSN 1877-7236.

      Volum 2.

      Hefte 1.

      s.35-52.

      DOI: 10.1007/s12685-010-0016-1

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      The Roots of the English Royal Forest. I: Anglo-Norman Studies XXXII: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2009.

      Boydell & Brewer

      ISBN 978-1-84383-563-9.

      s.114-128.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      "All Good Rule of the Citee": Sanitation and Civic Government in England, 1400-1600.

      Journal of Urban History

      ISSN 0096-1442.

      Volum 36.

      Hefte 3.

      s.300-315.

      DOI: 10.1177/0096144209359141

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      An oasis in a watery desert? Discourses on an industrial ecosystem in the Gulf of Mexico Rigs-to-Reefs program.

      History & Technology

      ISSN 0734-1512.

      Volum 25.

      Hefte 4.

      s.343-364.

      DOI: 10.1080/07341510903313030

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Miljøhistorie: Kunsten å lytte til naturens stemme?.

      Fortid

      ISSN 1504-1913.

      Volum 5.

      Hefte 4.

      s.6-9.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Cooperative Sanitation: Managing Streets and Gutters in Late Medieval England and Scandinavia.

      Technology and Culture

      ISSN 0040-165X.

      Volum 49.

      Hefte 3.

      s.547-567.

  • Bøker og kapitler
    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Beverens reise.

      Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISBN 9788276449730.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Vi har ikke alltid vært her.

      Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISBN 9788276449921.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Silver Linings : Clouds in art and science.

      Museumsforlaget AS

      ISBN 9788283050899.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Langum, Virginia

      (2018)

      Visions of North in Premodern Europe.

      Brepols

      ISBN 9782503574752.

      Hefte ..

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Pritchard, Sara B.

      (2013)

      New Natures: Joining Environmental History with Science and Technology Studies.

      University of Pittsburgh Press

      ISBN 978-0822962427.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Sörlin, Sverker

      (2013)

      Northscapes: History, Technology, and the Making of Northern Environments.

      University of British Columbia Press

      ISBN 978-07-74825733.

    • Jomisko, Robert Lorenzo; Kvaal, Stig; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      Olje eller fisk? Interessekonflikter mellom olje- og fiskerinæringen i Norge, 1970-2010.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Private Need, Public Order: Late Medieval Urban Sanitation in England and Scandinavia.

  • Formidling
    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      The Quest for Qiviut and Difficult Domestication.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Extinction & Museums: The challenge of displaying contemporary mass extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Dissecting the heart: An emotions history approach to the environmental history of extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Panelsamtale: Hva er miljøhumaniora?.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Journal publishing panel discussion.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Displaying displacement: Exhibiting extinct birds and their ecosystems in natural history museums.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Extinction remains: Museum collection practices and the hunt for Caribbean monk seals.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Museum collection practices and the hunt for Caribbean monk seals.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Museum collections, collecting, and the extinct Caribbean monk seal.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Recovering Lost Species with Dolly Jørgensen.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Et norsk eksportevendyr.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Litteraturens kraft i miljøkrisa.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Pris til forfatter Maja Lunde.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Isn’t all Environmental Humanities 'Environmental Humanities in Practice'?.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2021)

      Nordlige dyrehistorier i museer.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      How dirty and stinky were medieval cities?.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Remains of Extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      The Shaggy Saviour of Northern Norway.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Journals and the remaking of scholarly fields.

    • Zimmer, Katya; Vandvik, Vigdis; Mrema, Elizabeth Maruma; Lacher, Thomas; Worm, Boris; Obura, David; Krueger, Linda; Morgera, Elisa; Batzín, Ramiro; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      The world missed a critical deadline to safeguard biodiversity, UN report says.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      På sporet av dyr i coronatider.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Comment on K Yussof plenary.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      The world missed a critical deadline to safeguard biodiversity, UN report says.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Naming the victims of the sixth mass extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Remembering lost species: the challenge of displaying contemporary mass extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      The Meaning of Endling.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Silver Linings.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Interdisciplinarity reaching for the clouds.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Anthropocene extinctions.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Ginn, Franklin

      (2020)

      Environmental Humanities: Entering a New Time.

      Environmental Humanities

      ISSN 2201-1919.

      Volum 12.

      Hefte 2.

      s.496-500.

      DOI: 10.1215/22011919-8623252

    • Dumitriu, Anna; Musiol, Hanna; Hessler, Stefanie; Muenster, Ursula; Jørgensen, Dolly; Efstathiou, Sophia; Caballero, Krista

      (2020)

      “BioArt, Research, and the Pandemic: Uncertain Histories and Unstable Futures in the Art of Anna Dumitriu,” a conversation with Anna Dumitriu and guests. NTNU ARTEC Seminar Series.

    • Burke, Verity Alison; Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Museums at Home: Digital Initiatives in Response to COVID-19.

      Norsk museumstidsskrift

      ISSN 2464-2525.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Why does agricultural history matter? Extinction and agricultural history.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Naming Extinction: Cultural Heritage Institutions as Agents of Environmental Citizenship.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Visible and invisible fences: The politics of controlling rewilding.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Exploring Emotions in the History of Science and Technology.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Rewilding and fences: in/out.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Monuments to loss: Naming the victims of the sixth mass extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Da pingvinene kom til Norge.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Plenary roundtable: Boundaries in/of environmental history.

    • Hågbo, Trond-Ola; Jørgensen, Dolly; Tveterås, Ragnar; Langhelle, Oluf; Hetland, Tom

      (2019)

      Paneldebatt: Kan grønn økonomisk vekst redde verden?.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      The Materialities of Medieval Studies: A Roundtable Discussion.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Book Launch for Recovering Lost Species in the Modern Age.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Naming Extinction: Cultural Heritage Institutions and Environmental Citizenship.

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Cultivating green citizenship through place-based history education.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Leyda, Julia; Kramvig, Britt; Armiero, Marco

      (2019)

      Environmental Humanities of the Global North Panel Discussion.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Naming Extinction: Cultural Heritage Institutions as Agents of Environmental Citizenship.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Birds, Birdhouses, and Exploring Non-humans as Users of Technology.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Känslor är en del av rationellt tänkande.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Portraits of Extinction: Encountering Extinction Narratives in the Natural History Museum .

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Grisehold i middelalderen.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Naturvern og norske bevere.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      The Spectre of Extinction: Confronting Ghosts in the Museum.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2019)

      Ghostly portraits: Encountering extinction stories.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Entangled ecologies and hidden histories: The case of the humble beaver beetle.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Through the aquarium glass: Shifting technologies of seeing underwater in public aquariums.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Gerald of Wales's observations about environmental difference and change.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Decolonizing Rewilding.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Searching for the last and the emotions of extinction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      The Future of the Past, Or Making Room for New Natures.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Å rote etter griser i middelaldermanuskripter.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      The spectre of extinction: confronting ghosts of past animals in museums.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Beyond Dodos and Dinosaurs: Displaying Extinction and Recovery in Museums.

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Museer og forskning.

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Progression in environmental humanities education.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2018)

      Introduction to the BRIGHT network.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Grieving for the dead: Emotions and the extinction of the passenger pigeon.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      What have whales done for me lately? Extinction and ecosystem services in science fiction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2018)

      Resurrecting species through robotics: Animal extinction and deextinction in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Endling.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      NRK Sommeråpent - Nelaug 08.08.2017.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Digital Humaniora Paneldebatt.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Knowing nature online.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Da pingvinene kom til Norge.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Borders and Bridges: Rural History and Its Neighbors -- environmental history.

    • Jakobsson, Eva Stina Maria; Tysdal, Olav; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2017)

      Hvor viktig er diskusjonen om Stavangers alder?.

      Stavanger Aftenblad

      ISSN 0804-8991.

      Hefte 16 august.

      s.28-28.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2017)

      Can there be a Nordic Anthropocene? Histories of New Natures in the Nordic Countries.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2016)

      Rödlistorna, arternas historia och övervakning av nature.

      Biodiverse

      Volum 21.

      Hefte 2.

      s.10-11.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2013)

      Sinking prospect: oil rigs and Greenpeace in the North Sea.

      Solutions

      ISSN 2154-0896.

      Volum 4.

      Hefte 4.

      s.69-74.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      Environmentalists on both sides: Understanding the Rigs-to-Reefs debate in California.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2010)

      Fishy friends: Building strategic alliances in the Rigs-to-reefs program.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      En dårlig plan eller dårlig timing? Hvorfor det norske Rigs-to-Reefs programmet havarerte.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      An oasis in a watery desert: Maintaining an industrial ecology in the Gulf of Mexico with the Rigs-to-Reefs program.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      A Controversial Platform: The Politics of Fishermen and Environmentalists in the Rigs-to-Reefs Debate.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      Den individuelle tverrfagligheten.

      Forskning.no

      ISSN 1891-635X.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      Å lære unge forskere å bli forskere.

      Forskning.no

      ISSN 1891-635X.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      Rigger bør bli rev.

      Dagens næringsliv

      ISSN 0803-9372.

      s.4-4.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      Environmental history of the Middle Ages podcast.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2009)

      The non-royal roots of the English royal forest.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Contesting Conversion: The Dynamics of Rigs-to-Reefs Discussions.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Urban Livestock: A Tender Issue.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Review of Ben Campkin and Rosie Cox, eds, Dirt: New Geographies of Cleanliness and Contamination.

      H-Net Reviews

      ISSN 1538-0661.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      'The foule corrupcion that cometh of theym’: The environment and urban livestock in late medieval England.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Review of Maggie Black and Ben Fawcett, The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis (London: Earthscan, 2008).

      H-Net Reviews

      ISSN 1538-0661.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Scholar launches 'Experiencing Medieval Places' using Omeka.

  • Kunstnerisk produksjon
    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with C. Anne Claus on Drawing the Sea Near.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Burke, Verity Alison

      (2021)

      The Beaver's Journey: From Disappearance to Recovery.

      Europeana Exhibitions

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Timo Maran on Ecosemiotics.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Frederico Freitas on Nationalizing Nature.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Craig Santos Perez on Habitat Threshold.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Pratik Chakrabarti on Inscriptions of Nature.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Justyna Poray-Wybranowska on Climate Change, Ecological Catastrophe, and the Contemporary Postcolonial Novel.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Jonathan Padwe on Disturbed Forests, Fragmented Memories.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Benjamin Cohen on Pure Adulteration.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Alda Balthrop-Lewis on Thoreau's Religion.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Jamie Lorimer on Probiotic Planet.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Jemma Deer on Radical Animism.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Sasha Engelmann on Sensing Art in the Atmosphere.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Kate Teltscher on Palace of Palms.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental History panel.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Elizabeth Parker on The Forest and the EcoGothic.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Stefania Barca on Forces of Reproduction.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Ben Anderson on Cities, Mountains and Being Modern in fin-de-siècle England and Germany .

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Christine Keiner on Deep Cut: Science, Power, and the Unbuilt Interoceanic Canal.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Finn Arne Jørgensen on Recycling.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Anna Barcz on Environmental Cultures in Soviet East Europe.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2021)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Joseph Pugliese on Biopolitics of the More-than-Human.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with David Farrier on Footprints.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Bathsheba Demuth on Floating Coast.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Angela Cassidy on Vermin, Victims & Disease.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Jeremy Zallen on American Lucifers.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Eva Giraud on What Comes After Entanglement.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Antony Adler on Neptune's Laboratory.

    • Jørgensen, Finn Arne; Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Dolly Jørgensen on Recovering Lost Species in the Modern Age.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Paul Merchant on Latin American Culture & the Limits of the Human.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Jessica Lee on Two Trees Make a Forest.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Paul Huebener on Nature’s Broken Clocks.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Emily Pawley on The Nature of the Future.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with David Fedman on Seeds of Control.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Christine Eriksen and Susan Ballard on Alliances in the Anthropocene.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Peter Dauvergne on AI in the Wild.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Alenda Chang on Playing Nature.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Thom Van Dooren on The Wake of Crows.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Emily Wanderer on The Life of a Pest.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Etienne Benson on Surroundings.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Hannah Boast on Hydrofictions.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Lesley Green on Rock Water Life.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Kate Rigby on Reclaiming Romanticism.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Aidan Tynan on The Desert in Modern Literature and Philosophy.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Peder Anker on The Power of the Periphery.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Alexandra Palmer on Ethical Debates in Orangutan Conservation.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Melody Jue on Wild Blue Media.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Daniel Macfarlane on Fixing Niagara Falls.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Luke Keogh on The Wardian Case.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Jennifer Telesca on Red Gold.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Rocio Gomez on Silver Veins, Dusty Lungs .

    • Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2020)

      Greenhouse Online Environmental Humanities Book Talk with Rebecca Giggs on Fathoms.

    • Mathiesen, Espen; Jørgensen, Dolly; Jørgensen, Finn Arne

      (2017)

      Auditorium UIS The Greenhouse, humanistisk miljøforskning.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Forests and Forestry: Europe. I: Encyclopedia of Society and Culture in the Medieval World.

      Facts on File

      ISBN 0816069360.

      s.473-475.

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Experiencing Medieval Places: Marking Time in Place.

      Experiencing Medieval Places

    • Jørgensen, Dolly

      (2008)

      Experiencing Medieval Places: Experiencing Stained Glass.

      Experiencing Medieval Places

  • Kommersialisering
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