Jørgensen, D. 2022. Portraits of Extinction: Encountering Extinction Narratives in Natural History Museums. In Traces of the Animal Past: Methodological Challenges in Animal History, ed. Jennifer Bonnell and Sean Kheraj, 371-387. Calgary University Press.
Burke, V. 2022. Facing Extinction: Animal Death Masks in the Post-Mortem Museum Representation of Gorillas. Humanimalia 13(1): 1-43. Link
Westergaard, G. 2022. Hidden Stories of Extinction: Hawaiian ʻAhuʻula Feather Capes as Biocultural Artefacts. Museum & Society 20(1): 104-117. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly, Libby Robin and Marie-Theres Fojuth. 2022. Slowing Time in the Museum in a Period of Rapid Extinction. Museum and Society 20(1): 1-12. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly. 2022. Extinction and the End of Futures. History & Theory 61(2): 209-218. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly and Isla Gladstone. 2022. The Passenger Pigeon’s Past on Display for the Future. Environmental History 27(2): 347-353. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly. 2021. Erasing the extinct: the hunt for Caribbean monk seals and museum collection practices. História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos 28 (supplement 1): 161-183 Link (also available in Portuguese translation: O desaparecimento do que está extinto: a caça às focas-monge-do-caribe e as práticas de acervos museológicos Link)
Westergaard, Gitte and Dolly Jørgensen. 2021. Making specimens sacred: putting the bodies of Solitario Jorge and Cụ Rùa on Display. In Animal Remains, ed. Sarah Bezan and Robert McKay, 68-86 (Routledge). Link
O’Key, Dominic. 2021. Why look at taxidermy animals? Exhibiting, curating and mourning the Sixth Mass Extinction Event. International Journal of Heritage Studies 27: 635-653. Link
O’Key, Dominic. 2020. “Entering Life:” Literary De-Extinction and the Archives of Life in Mahasweta Devi’s Pterodactyl, Puran Sahay, and Pirtha, Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 31, no. 1: 75-93. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly. 2019. Extinction and agricultural history. Agricultural History 93, no. 4: 690-694. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly. 2019. Naming Extinction: Cultural Heritage Institutions as Agents of Environmental Citizenship. In Combating Climate Change Culturally: How cultural and natural heritage can strengthen climate change adaptation, ed. Felix Riede and Uffe Krogh (Aarbus University), 16-17. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly. 2018. After none: Memorialising animal species extinction through monuments. In Animals Count: How Population Size Matters in Animal-Human Relations, ed. Nancy Cushing and Jodi Frowley, 183-199. Routledge. Link
Jørgensen, Dolly. 2017. Endling, the power of the last in an extinction-prone world. Environmental Philosophy 14: 119-138. Link
Public-facing publications and digital materials
Beverens reise, digital exhibition. Link
The Beaver’s Journey: From Disappearance to Recovery, digital exhibition on Europeana platform. Link
Beverens reise, book by Dolly Jørgensen. Link
Vi har ikke alltid vært her, children’s book in Norwegian by Dolly Jørgensen. Link
Vi har inte alltid varit här, children’s book in Swedish by Dolly Jørgensen. Link
Public and scholarly talks by Dolly Jørgensen on the project
- Naming the victims of the sixth mass extinction. Climate Sensing and Data Storytelling Convening, Philadelphia, USA (+ online), 6-9 May 2020. Link to video of talk
- Portraits of Extinction: Encountering Extinction Narratives in the Natural History Museum. Traces of the Animal Past: Methodological Challenges in Environmental History, Toronto, Canada. 7-8 November 2019. Link to event
- Naturvern og norske bevere. Kunnskaps_tørst, Stavanger, Norway. 17 October 2019.
- Ghostly portraits: Encountering extinction stories. Gallery talk at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol, UK. 25 September 2019. Link to event
- Naming Extinction: Cultural Heritage Institutions and Environmental Citizenship. Det nasjonale museumsmøtet, Haugesund, Norway. 02 April 2019.
- Monuments to loss: Naming the victims of the sixth mass extinction. University of Oslo Museum Studies speaker series, Oslo, Norway. 20 March 2019.
- Naming Extinction: Cultural Heritage Institutions as Agents of Environmental Citizenship. Climate Heritage: Climate change and its relation to cultural/natural heritage, Aarhus, Denmark. 14 March 2019. Link to video of talk