Jennie Olofsson

Docent |Associate Professor


Articles in journals

Olofsson, J. (2023). Leakage : being a risk object or an object at risk? Investigating potential synergies between gender studies and discard studies through the concept of risk. Journal of Gender Studies, vol. 32: 2, pp. 144-152.    

Olofsson, J. (2021). Situated inconveniences and short-term temporalities experiences of living close to a waste facility site. HAU, vol. 11: 2, pp. 567-578.  

Olofsson, J. (2020). ‘It is all about getting the volumes down’ : Organizational framings of risk in relation to waste, waste management and temporality. Journal of Risk Research, vol. 23: 2, pp. 181-193.    

Olofsson, J. (2018). Gender, class and altered soundscapes : Following the implementation of a robotic welding system. Ethnography, vol. 19: 3, pp. 379-395.  

Olofsson, J. & Mali, F. (2017). Electronic waste—a modern form of risk? : On the consequences of the delay between the increasing generation of electronic waste and regulations to manage this increase. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, vol. 23: 6, pp. 1272-1284.    

Chapters in books

Wamala-Larsson, C. & Olofsson, J. (2022). Emancipation, connections and vulnerabilities among Bodaboda men in Kampala : New materialist perspectives on the effects of infrastructural limits. In Posthumanism and the Man Question : Beyond Anthropocentric Masculinities. Taylor & Francis. pp. 113-124.  

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