Publications within the Remembering Extinction program framework will be listed on this page as they appear.
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 and scholarly talks
Talks by Dolly Jørgensen:
- 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