Anna Tsing

  1. “Forum response: the new nature,” Boston Review, January 11, 2016,

Nils Bubandt

  1. ”Dyrevelfærdsstaten: Grisens krop, velfærdens historie og selve livets politik i Danmark”.  Bubandt, Nils Ole; Anneberg, Inger: Tidsskriftet Antropologi, 2016. (PR)

  2. Less Than One But More Than Many: Anthropocene as Science Fiction and Scholarship-in-the-Making by Anna Tsing, Nils Bubandt and Heather Swanson: Ethnos, 2016 (PR).;jsessionid=1413pmdsmk4g4.alice

  3. From Head-hunter to Organ-thief: Verisimilitude, Doubt and Plausible Worlds in Indonesia and Beyond: Oceania.;jsessionid=F9DF52316BEDFE2351BE2568BE52D622.f04t04

 Jens-Christian Svenning

  1. "Science for a wilder Anthropocene : Synthesis and future directions for trophic rewilding research" by Pedersen, Pil Birkefeldt Møller; Svenning, Jens-Christian; Sandel, Brody Steven; Ejrnæs, Rasmus. in PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America), 2016. (PR)

Peter Funch

  1. "Synchronies at Risk: The intertwined lives of horseshoe crabs and red knot birds" in Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Stories from the Anthropocene by Anna Tsing, Nils Ole Bubandt, Elaine Gan, Heather Anne Swanson (eds), Island Press. 2016. (in press)

Heather Swanson

  1. "Down to Earth: Geosocialities and Geopolitics" by Palsson, Gisli and Swanson, Heather Anne. in Environmental Humanities, 2016. (PR)

  2. "Domestication Gone Wild: Disrupting the Domus "in Decentering Domestication by Heather Swanson; Marianne Lien; Gro Ween (eds). 2016 (PR)

  3. "Anthropocene as Political Geology: Current Debates over how to tell Time" in Science as Culture, 2016. (PR)

Meredith Root-Bernstein

  1. "Personal reflections on natural history as common ground for interdisciplinary multispecies socio-ecological research" Geo: Geography and Environment, Volume 3, Issue 1, January-June 2016, (PR)
  2. "Prospects for rewilding with camelids". Root-Bernstein, Meredith and Svenning, Jens-Christian in Journal of Arid Environments, Vol. 130, 2016, s. 54-61  (PR)

  3. "Environmentalism in the crosshairs: perspectives on migratory bird hunting and poaching conflicts in Italy" by Barca, B., Lindon, A., & Root-Bernstein, M. 2016 in GECCO. 6, 189-207, 2016.


 Filippo Bertoni

  1. Living with Worms: on the earthly togetherness of eating. PhD thesis. Universiteit van Amsterdam.



Anna Tsing:

  1.  The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2015. (PR)
  2. “Anthropologists are talking—about the Anthropocene,” with Donna Haraway, Noboru Ishikawa, Scott Gilbert, Kenneth Olwig, and Nils Bubandt, Ethnos, 1-30, 2015 DOI: 10.1080/00141844.2015.1105838. (PR) (OA)
  3. Writing and rhythm: call and response with Anna Tsing and Paulla Ebron” (with Paulla Ebron), Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 21(3): 683-687, 2015. 
  4.  “In the midst of disturbance: symbiosis, coordination, history, landscape,” Association of Social Anthropologists, Raymond Firth lectures, (OA)
  5. “Margens indomáveis: cogumelos como espécies companheiras,” (Unruly edges: mushrooms as companion species) translated by Thiago Cardoso, ILHA: Revista de Antropolgia 17(1):177-201, 2015. (PR) 
  6. “The cultural production of skylore in Indonesia,” with Gene Amarell, In Clive Ruggles, ed. Handbook of Archaeastronomy and Ethnoastronomy.  Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 2207-2214, 2015. (PR)

 Nils Bubandt:

  1. ”Joint Statement”. Liisberg, Sune; Bubandt, Nils Ole.  In Anthropology and Philosophy: Dialogues on Trust and Hope. red. / Sune Liisberg; Esther Oluffa Pedersen; Anne Line Dalsgård. Berghahn Books, 2015. s. 139-140 (Anthropology & ..., Vol. 4). (PR)
  2. Psychologising the Afterlife: Ghosts and Regimes of the Self in Indonesia and in Global Media”.  In Between Magic and Rationality: On the Limits of Reason in the Modern World. red. / Vibeke Steffen; Steffen Jöncke; Kirsten Marie Raahauge. Museum Tusculanum, 2015. s. 199-233 (Critical Anthropology, Vol. 4). (PR)
  3. ”The Dark Side of Empathy: Mimesis, Deception, and the Magic of Alterity”. Bubandt, Nils Ole; Willerslev, Rane. In: Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 57, Nr. 1, 2015, s. 5-34. (PR)
  4. ”Trust in an Age of Inauthenticity: Power and Indonesian Modernity”. In  Anthropology and Philosophy: Dialogues on Trust and Hope. red. / Sune Lisbjerg; Esther Oluffa; Anne Line Dalsgaard. Berghahn Books, 2015. s. 141-157 (Anthropology & ..., Vol. 4). (PR)


Jens-Christian Svenning:

  1. ”Where are the wilder parts of anthropogenic landscapes? A mapping case study for Denmark”. Müller, Anke; Bøcher, Peder Klith; Svenning, Jens-Christian. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 144, Nr. Dec., 2015, s. 90-102: (PR) (OA)
  2. ”A geographic assessment of the global scope for rewilding with wild-living horses (Equus ferus). Naundrup, Pernille; Svenning, Jens-Christian. P L o S One, Vol. 10, Nr. 7, e0132359, 07.2015. (PR) (OA)
  3. "Strong upslope shifts in Chimborazo’s vegetation over two centuries since Humboldt" Naia Morueta-Holmea, Kristine Engemanna, Pablo Sandoval-Acuñac, Jeremy D. Jonasd, R. Max Segnitzf, Jens-Christian Svenning. 2015. National Academy of Sciences. Proceedings, Vol. 112, Nr. 41, 13.10.2015, s. 12741-12745. (PNAS) doi:10.1073/pnas.1509938112.


Peter Funch/Stine Vestbo:

  1. ”Eiders as long distance connectors in Arctic networks”. Vestbo, Stine; Hindberg, Claus; Olesen, Jens Mogens; Funch, Peter. Abstract from Forging of cultures in the Circumpolar North - a comparative perspective, Aarhus, Danmark. 
  2. ”Present and future distributions of horseshoe crabs under predicted climate changes”. Funch, Peter; Obst, Matthias; Quevedo, Francisco; Intanai, Itsara; Vestbo, Stine. Abstract from The Third International Workshop on the Science and Conservation of Horseshoe Crabs, Nagasaki, Japan.



Meredith Root-Bernstein

  1. ”Phoenix flagships : Conservation values and guanaco reintroduction in an anthropogenic landscape” Lindon, Adrien; Root-Bernstein, Meredith. I: Ambio, Vol. 44, Nr. 5, 2015, s. 458-471. (PR)  (OA) 
  2. ”Ecosystem process interactions between central Chilean habitats”. Root-Bernstein, Meredith; Jaksic, Fabián M. I: Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol. 3, 01.01.2015, s. 776-788 (PR) (OA)


Heather Swanson:

  1. “Shadow ecologies of conservation: Co-production of salmon landscapes in Hokkaido, Japan, and southern Chile.” Geoforum, vol. 61 (May 2015): 101-110. (PR) (OA) 
  2. “Who is in the room?: The importance of multidisciplinary spaces for anthropology and STS.” Part of a “Forum” collection, “Anthropology and STS: Generative Interfaces – Multiple Locations,” edited by Marianne Elisabeth Lien and Marisol de la Cadena. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2015, p. 445-448. . (PR) 
  3. “Placing a Golden Spike at the Golden Spike: Railroads in the Making of the Anthropocene.” In Placing the Golden Spike: Landscapes of the Anthropocene, edited by Dehlia Hannah, p. 102-111. Essay in edited volume tied to exhibit at INOVA: Institute of Visual Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. . (PR) 
  4. “Landscapes, by Comparison: Practices of Enacting Salmon in Hokkaido, Japan.” More than Human: AURA Working Papers, Volume 1: 22-42. (OA)


Nathalia Brichet

  1. Grønlandsk Guld : Fra geologisk drama til industrielt eventyr. København : Nationalmuseet. 
  2. Jordboere i ruinlandskaber : Muligheder i en antropocæn æra. / Hastrup, Frida; Brichet, Nathalia Sofie; Mangaard, Mai. Sundholmssamlingen. red. / Camilla Nørgård. Fabrikkens Forlag, 2015.
  3. Sensationelle trivialiteter – Museer i vores eksotiske verden. / Brichet, Nathalia Sofie; Hastrup, Frida. Det Etnografiske Museum. Holdninger og Udfordringer. 2015. . (PR)
  4. Terrestrials in Ruined Landscapes : Potentials in an Anthropocene Era. / Hastrup, Frida; Brichet, Nathalia Sofie; Mangaard, Mai. The Sundholm Collection. red. / Camilla Nørgård. Fabrikkens Forlag, 2015.


Elaine Gan

  1. ”Mapping Rice / Mapping Time”.  In World of Matter. Sternberg Press, 2015. s. 150-160.  (PR) (OA)
  2. ”The World is Dead. Long Live the World”.  Social Text website, (OA) /
  3. Dump! Multispecies Making and Unmaking : 27.06.15 - 20.09.15 / curated by Elaine Gan, Steven Lam and Sarah Lookofsky. Århus : Kunsthal Aarhus, 2015.


Joint AURA publication


  1. “Less Than One But More Than Many: Anthropocene as Science Fiction and Scholarship-in-the-Making”. Swanson, Heather Anne; Bubandt, Nils Ole; Tsing, Anna: Environment and Society, Vol. 6, Nr. 1, 2015, s. 149-166. (PR) (OA)


Popular science publications 2015

Anna Tsing

 “Man kan inte tänka isär naturen och samhället [One cannot think nature and society apart],” Dagens Nyheter, November 9, 2015, (with Marianne Lien)

“Salvage accumulation, or the structural generativity of capitalism,” In Generating Capitalism, Laura Bear, Karen Ho, Anna Tsing, and Sylvia Yanagisako, eds. Cultural AnthropologyOnline,, 2015.

“Gens: a feminist manifesto for the study of capitalism,” In Generating Capitalism, Laura Bear, Karen Ho, Anna Tsing, and Sylvia Yanagisako, eds. Cultural AnthropologyOnline,, 2015.

“On globalization and ‘living in ruins’,” Interview with Özlem Aslan, Ayça Günaydin, Burcu Tokat,  Feminist Yaklasimlar [Feminist Approaches in Culture and Politics], Issue 24, October 2014,


Nils Bubandt

Naturen er død: Jorden er på vej ind i en ny tidsalder

Natursyn: Den fortryllede gris:

TV: Sådan bliver den nye tidsalder

AU Newsroom: Tema: Biodiversitet:

Jyllandsposten: Mennesket overtager Jordens natur, 29.01.2015


Jens-Christian Svenning:

 Vilde heste kan være på vej til Danmark,, 6.8, 2015:


DR Viden: Slip hestene fri – og genopret naturen,, 1.8.2015:


BBC earth: The lost beasts that roamed Britain during the ice age,, 22.7.2015:


P1 Eftermiddag: Rewilding, DR P1, 04.02.2015:


Nature World News: Climate Change and Tropical Mountains: Vegetation Migrates Upslope

DR Viden: Global opvarmning giver tropiske planter ny adresse:






 Anna Tsing:

  1. Strathern beyond the human: testimony of a spore, Theory, Culture, and Society  31 (March/May): 221-241, (PR)
  2. “Blasted landscapes and the gentle arts of mushroom picking” in The Multispecies Salon. Kirksey,E. ed. Duke University Press, 2014. (PR) 
  3. “How do supply chains make value?” in Cash on the table. Fisher, E. ed. School of American Research Press, 2014. (PR) 
  4. “Indigeneity as a Cultural Resource in and Beyond Indonesia” in Cultural Resources. Eades, J., Yamashita Shiji. ed. (PR) 
  5. “Profits of diversity” in Cash on the table. Fisher, E. ed. School of American Research Press, 2014. (PR) 
  6. “The cultural production of skylore in Indonesia” Amarell, G., Tsing, A. in Handbook of Archaeastronomy and Ethnoastronomy. Blago, S. ed. Springer Verlag. Synthese Library, 2014. (PR) 


Nils Bubandt:

  1. Democracy, Corruption and the Politics of Spirits in Contemporary Indonesia. Routledge, 162 p. (The Modern Anthropology of Southeast Asia). (PR) 
  2. The Empty Seashell: Witchcraft and Doubt on an Indonesian Island. Cornell University Press, 320 p. (PR) 
  3. Hverdagens mysterier: refleksioner over ting vi kender men ikke forstår. Bubandt, N., Dalsgård, A. L., Johnsen, U. H. og Selmer, Bodil. ed. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2014. p. 278 p. (Antropologiske Studier; No. 2). (PR) 
  4. ”En guldmønt: Penge, guld og andre mysterier i Indonesien og i verden” In Hverdagens mysterier: refleksioner over ting vi kender men ikke forstår. Bubandt, N., Dalsgård, A. L., Johnsen, U. H. og Selmer, Bodil. ed. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2014. p. 142-160 (Antropologiske Studier; No. 2). (PR) 
  5. “When Trauma Came to Halmahera: Global Governance, Emotion Work, and the Reinvention of Spirits in North Maluku” in Feelings at the Margins: Dealing with Violence, Stigma, and Isolation in Indonesia. Stodulka, T., Röttger-Rössler, B. ed. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag GmbH, 2014. p. 81-102 (Anthropological Perspectives on Emotions). (PR) 
  6. An Embarrassment of Spirits: Spirits, Hauntology and Democracy in Indonesia. In: Paideuma, Vol. 60, 2014, p. 115-138. (PR) 


Jens-Christian Svenning:

  1.  Anthropogenic disturbance shapes phylogenetic and functional tree community structure in a subtropical forest area via successional dynamics. Feng, G., Svenning, J.-C., Jia, Q., Rao, M., Ren, H., Bebber, D.P. & Mi, X. 2014. Forest Ecology and Management 313:188-198. (PR) (OA) 
  2. Global distribution and drivers of language extinction risk. Amano, T., Sandel, B., Eager, H., Bulteau, E., Svenning, J.-C., Dalsgaard, B., Rahbek, C., Davies, R.G. and Sutherland, W. J. 2014. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological sciences, 3 September.(PR) (OA)
  3. Rewilding. Fløjgaard, C., Ejrnæs, R., Pedersen., P. B. M. and Svenning., J.C. 2014. In NATUR OG MUSEUM, 53. årgang nr. 4, 2014 ISBN 87-91779-42-1. Naturhistorisk Museum, Aarhus. 


Jens Olesen:

  1. Increasing modularity when downscaling networks from species to individuals. Tur, C., Olesen, J. M. & Traveset, A. 2014 Oikos 000: 001-012. (PR) (OA) 
  2. Assembly of complex plant-fungus networks. Toju, H., Guimaraes, P. R. Jr, Olesen, J. M. & Thompson, J. N. 2014. Nature Communications 5: 5273. (OA) (PR) 
  3. The evolution and pollination of oceanic bellflowers (Campanulaceae).  Alarcon, M., Aldasoro, J. J., Roquet, C. & Olesen, J. M. 2014. In Evolutionary Biology: Genome, evolution, speciation, coevolution and origin of life (eds. Pontarotti, P.). Springer. Pp. 301-322. (PR) (OA) 
  4. Plant colonization across the Galápagos Islands: success of the sea dispersal syndrome. BVargas, P., Nogales, M., Jaramillo, P., Olesen, J. M., Traveset, A. & Heleno, R. 2014. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 174: 349-358. (PR)(OA) 
  5. Ecological networks: Delving into the architecture of biodiversity. Heleno, R., Traveset, A., Garcia, C., Memmott, J., Cerdeira, J., Gómez, J. M., Moora, M., Blüthgen, N., Jordano, P. & Olesen, J. M. 2014. Biology Letters (PR)(OA) 
  6. Flower visitation by birds in Europe. Silva, L. P. d., Ramos, J. A., Olesen, J. M., Traveset, A. & Heleno, R. H. 2014. (PR) (OA) Oikos 123: 1377–1383. 
  7. Spatial structure of an individual-based plant-pollinator network. Dupont, Y. L., Trøjelsgaard, K., Hagen, M., Henriksen, M., Olesen, J. M., Pedersen, N., Kissling, W. D. 2014. Oikos (PR) (OA) 
  8. Downscaling pollen-transport networks to the level of individuals. Tur, C., Vigalondo, B., Trøjelsgaard, K., Olesen, J. M. & Traveset, A. 2014. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 306–317. (PR) (OA) 


Meredith Root-Bernstein

  1. Small mammals as indicators of cryptic species diversity in the central Chilean plant endemicity hotspot. Root-Bernstein, M., Bennett, M., Armesto, J., & Ebensperger, L. 2014. Global Ecology and Conservation (GECCO) (PR) (OA) 2, 277-288.
  2. Multilinguismo nas ciências ambientais: Ahora ya! Root-Bernstein, M., & Ladle, R. 2014. (Multilingualism in environmental sciences: It's about time!) (PR) (OA) Ambio. Online first. 
  3. Nostalgia, the fleeting and the rare in Chilean relationships to nature and non human animals.  Society & Animals 22, 560-579. (PR) (OA) 
  4. Tools for thinking applied to nature provide an inclusive pedagogical framework for environmental education. Root-Bernstein, M., Root-Bernstein, M., & Root-Bernstein, R. 2014. Oryx. 48(4), 584-592. (PR) (OA)


Heather Swanson:

  1. Shadow Ecologies of Conservation: Co-Production of Salmon Landscapes in Hokkaido, Japan, and southern Chile. In Geoforum. Accepted. (PR) 
  2. To See Once More the Stars: Living in a Post-Fukushima World. Swanson, H.A., Naito, D., Sayre, R., and Takahashi, S. ed. Santa Cruz: New Pacific Press. (PR) 


Colin Hoag:

  1. Water in Lesotho: Contradiction, Disjuncture, Death. In Engagement: Blog of the Anthropology and Environment Society (, December 1, 2014. (OA)



Popular science publications 2014

Olesen, J. M. 2014. Amazonas mørke jord. Weekendavisen/Sektion Ideer 5. december.

Olesen, J. M. 2014. Farven blå. Weekendavisen/Sektion Ideer 19. september.

Olesen, J. M. 2014. Alkohol er ren økologi. Weekendavisen/Sektion Ideer 4. juli.

Olesen, J. M. 2014. Netværk og agurker med Bourbon whiskey. I 25 søforklaringer. Aarhus Universitetsforlag, sider 148-161.

Olesen, J. M. 2014. Carl, dronten og andre ødyr. Weekendavisen/Sektion Ideer 16 april.

Olesen, J. M. 2014. Bjørnen sover – måske. Weekendavisen/Sektion Ideer 30 januar.

Svenning, J.C. 2014. Plantelivet under pres. In Weekendavisen, September


More than Human: AURA Working Papers vol. 1+2

AURA har i 2014 publiceret to AURA Working Papers i samarbejde med bl.a. Oslo Universitet (OA). De kan læses online:


Anna Tsing:

  1.  “More-than-human sociality: a call for critical description,” In Kirsten Hastrup, ed. Anthropology and nature, New York: Routledge, pp. 27-42, 2013.
  2.  “Strathern beyond the human: testimony of a spore,” Theory, Culture, and Society  31 (March/May): 221-241, 2014. (PR)
  3.  “Dancing the matsutake forest,” PAN: Philosophy, Activism, Nature 10: 6-14, 2013 (PR)


Nils Bubandt:


  1. Pigs and profits: hybrids of animals, technology and humans in Danish industrialised farming. / Anneberg, Inger; Vaarst, Mette; Bubandt, Nils. In: Social Anthropology, Vol. 21, No. 4, 11.2013, p. 542-559. (PR)



Jens-Christian Svenning:

  1.  Human impacts drive a global topographic signature in tree cover. Sandel, B. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Nature Communications 4:2474. (PR) 
  2.  Spatial optimization of carbon-stocking projects across Africa integrating stocking potential with co-enefits and feasibility. Greve, M., Reyers, B., Lykke, A.M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Nature Communications 4:2975. (PR) 


Jens Olesen:


  1. Strong impact of temporal resolution on an ecological network. Rasmussen, C., Dupont, Y. L., Mosbacher, J. B., Trøjelsgaard, K. & Olesen, J. M. 2013. (OA) PloS ONE 8(12): e81694. (PR) doi:10.1371/ 
  2. Downscaling pollen-transport networks to the level of individuals. Tur, C., Vigalondo, B., Trøjelsgaard, K., Olesen, J. M. & Traveset, A. Journal of Animal Ecology. (PR) (OA). 
  3. Historical climate-change influences modularity of pollination networks.  Dalsgaard, B., Trøjelsgaard, K., Martín A. M. G., Nogués-Bravo, D., Ollerton, J., Petanidou, T., Sandel, B., Schleuning, M., Wang, Z., Rahbek, C., Sutherland, W. J., Svenning, J.–C. & Olesen, J. M. (OA).n (PR)Ecography 36: 001-010: 
  4.  The functional biogeography of species: distributional roles in Wallacea and West Indies. Carstensen, D. W. Dalsgaard, B., Svenning, J.-C., Rahbek, C., Fjeldså, J., Sutherland, W. J. & Olesen, J. M. (OA)(PR) Ecography 36:
  5.  Island biogeography of mutualistic interaction networks. Trøjelsgaard, K., Báez, M., Espadaler, X., Nogales, M., Oromí, P., La Roche, F. & Olesen, J. M. (OA) (PR). Journal of Biogeography.
  6. Investigating plant–pollinator relationships in the Aegean: the approaches of the project POL-AEGIS (The Pollinators of the Aegean Archipelago: Diversity and Threats). Petanidou, T., Ståhls, G., Vujić, A., Olesen, J. M., Rojo, S., Thrasyvoulou, A., Sgardelis, S., Kallimanis, A. S., Kokkini, S. & Tscheulin, T. 2013. (PR) Journal of Apicultural Research 52: 106–117. 
  7. Invaders of pollination networks in the Galápagos Islands: emergence of novel communities. Traveset, A., Heleno, R., Chamorro, S., Vargas, P., MacMullen, C., Castro–Urgal, R., Nogales, M., Herrera, H., & Olesen, J. M. 2013. (PR) Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280: 20123040. 
  8. Heleno, R. H., Olesen, J. M., Nogales, M., Vargas, P. & Traveset, A. 2013. (PR) Seed dispersal networks in the Galápagos and the consequences of alien plant invasions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280:
  9. Macroecology of pollination networks. Trøjelsgaard, K. & Olesen, J. M. 2013. (PR) Global Ecology & Biogeography 22: 149-162.
  10. Plant performance in central and northern peripheral populations of the widespread Plantago coronopus. Villellas, J., Ehrlén, J., Olesen, J. M., Braza, R. & García, M. B. 2013. (PR) Ecography 36: 136-145.


Accepted abstract for publication

  1. Swanson, Heather, Tsing, Anna and Bubandt, Nils: “Words and worlds in Anthropocene scholarship” in a special 2015 “Anthropocene” volume of the journal Environment and Society: Advances and Research.