Articles in journals
Hartman, S. , Ogilvie, A. , Haukur Ingimundarsson, J. , Dugmore, A. , Hambrecht, G. & McGovern, T. (2017). Medieval Iceland, Greenland, and the New Human Condition : A case study in integrated environmental humanities. Global and Planetary Change,
Lethbridge, E. & Hartman, S. (2016). Inscribing Environmental Memory in the Icelandic Sagas and the Icelandic Saga Map. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, vol. 131: 2, pp. 381-391.
Hartman, S. (2016). Att avkoda det ekologiska minnet : Vad studier av medeltida litteratur kan berätta om historiska miljöförändringar. Biodiverse, vol. 21: 2, pp. 4-7.
Brewington, S. , Hicks, M. , Edwald, Á. , Einarsson, Á. , Anamthawat-Jónsson, K. , Cook, G. , Ascough, P. , Sayle, K. L. & et al. (2015). Islands of change vs. islands of disaster : Managing pigs and birds in the Anthropocene of the North Atlantic. The Holocene, vol. 25: 10, pp. 1676-1684.
Frei, K. M. , Coutu, A. N. , Smiarowski, K. , Harrison, R. , Madsen, C. K. , Arneborg, J. , Frei, R. , Gudmundsson, G. & et al. (2015). Was it for walrus? : Viking Age settlement and medieval walrus ivory trade in Iceland and Greenland. World archaeology, vol. 47: 3, pp. 439-466.
Hartman, S. (2014). "To Kill a Child" by Stig Dagerman : [Translated from the Swedish by Steven hartman]. The New York review of books,
Hartman, S. (2014). Critical Introduction to "To Kill a Child" by Stig Dagerman : [The Art of Coming in Time]. The New York review of books,
Dagerman, S. & Hartman, S. (2013). "The Stockholm Car". Agni Magazine,
Dagerman, S. & Hartman, S. (2013). Our Need for Consolation is Insatiable. Little Star: a journal of poetry and prose, vol. 5, pp. 301-307.
Dagerman, S. , Hartman, S. & McDermott, A. (2013). Sleet: Selected Stories by Stig Dagerman : Translated from the Swedish by Steven Hartman, with a preface by Alice McDermott. Boston, USA : David R. Godine (David R. Godine, A Verba Mundi Book 23)
Chapters in books
Hartman, S. , Ogilvie, A. & Hennig, R. (2016). 'Viking' Ecologies : Icelandic Sagas, Local Knowledge and Environmental Memory. In A Global History of Literature and the Environment. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. pp. 125-140.
Hartman, S. (2016). Climate Change, Public Engagement & Integrated Environmental Humanities. In Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities. Abingdon & New York : Routledge. pp. 67-75.
Hartman, S. & McGovern, T. H. (2014). Integrating Humanities Scholarship within the Science of Global Environmental Change : The example of Inscribing Environmental Memory in the Icelandic Sagas (IEM), an IHOPE case study. Paper presented at the "Framing Nature: Signs, Stories and Ecologies of Meaning" Joint conference of the European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture and Environment (EASLCE) and the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies (NIES), Tartu, 29 April–3 May 2014
Hartman, S. (2014). So What Exactly is the Environmental Humanities? : A critical overview of what's at stake in this emerging field of study. Paper presented at the "The Future of the Commons: Interfaces of Nature and Culture," Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES), Södertörn University, Flemingsberg, Sweden, 6-7 February 2014.
Hartman, S. (2013). How Nordic Interdisciplinary Scholarship Has Helped Set the Tone for an Emerging Environmental Humanities Research Area in Europe : Keynote presentation. Paper presented at the NIES Research Symposium VIII: Landscape, Environment, Emotion, University of Turku, Pori, Finland, 25 September 2013
Hartman, S. (2013). The Inscribing Environmental Memory Project. Paper presented at the North Atlantic Biocultural Organization (NABO) General Meeting, Stefansson Arctic Institute, Akureyri, Iceland, 12-13 July, 2013
Hartman, S. (2013). The Role of Integrated Humanities and Social Sciences within the new paradigm of research on Global Environmental Change : A Keynote Presentation. Paper presented at the Global Human Ecodynamics Alliance (GHEA) Open Workshop 2013, November 4-6, 2013, University of Maryland, College Park, USA.
Hartman, S. (2015). Unpacking the Black Box : the need for Integrated Environmental Humanities (IEH)