• Journal Articles


    • Bonev, P., Emmenegger, R., Forero, L., Ganev, K, Simeonova-Ganeva, R., and Soederberg, M. (2024): Nuclear Waste in my Backyard: Social Acceptance and Economic Incentives. Energy Policy, 185(113979): 1-11.



    • Emmenegger, R. and Regassa, A. 2023. The Imperial Palace and Contested State Sovereignty in Contemporary Ethiopia. Sub/Urban, 11(3/4): 429-442.


    • Schlottmann, A. and Graefe, O. 2023. Wild views on sale: commercialization of visual encounters in Namibian wildlife conservation.Globalizations




    • Doose, K., Poberezhskaya, M.,Beuerle, B. 2023. Climate Change in Russia – history, science and politics in global perspectives - Introduction from the editors. Climatic Change


    • Soroka, Y., Crawley, S.L., Dzyuba, O., and Green A. 2023. Perverts or Heroes in the Post-Socialist “Cold War”: Formula Stories of Lesbian/Bisexual/Queer Women and Transgender People in Ukrainian Media. Symbolic Interaction



    • Doose, K. 2022. Modelling the Future: climate change research in Russia during the late Cold War and byond, 1970s-2000. Climatic Change


    • Andolfatto, L. 2022. Han Song's "A Guide to Hunting Beautiful Women" and the Restricted Horizon of "Chinese SF". Science Fiction Studies


    • Bichsel, C., Filep, E., Obertreis, J. 2022. The Soviet Steppe - transformations and imaginaries - Introduction to Themed Issue. Slavic Studies 81(1)


    • Bluwstein, J. and Cavanagh, C. 2022. Rescaling the land rush? Global political ecologies of land use and cover change in key scenario archetypes for achieving the 1.5 °C Paris agreement target. The Journal of Peasant Studies


    • Fautras, M. & Veith, B. 2022. Marchandisation et patrimonialisation du végétal : les critères esthétiques de la création variétale de roses coupées. Belgeo 2


    • Vorbrugg, A., & Bluwstein, J. 2022. Making sense of (the Russian war in) Ukraine: On the politics of knowledge and expertise. Political Geography


    • Zäch, K. 2022. Fieldwork as a Crossroads of Ethnographic Methods. GeoAgenda 2, 4-7.




    • Bichsel, C. 2021. "When Things Fall from the Sky: Understanding Rocket Stages on the Kazakh Steppe as Imperial Debris". Society & Space


    • Bluwstein, J. 2021. Colonizing landscapes/landscaping colonies: from a global history of landscapism to the contemporary landscape approach in nature conservation. Journal of Political Ecology



    • Bluwstein, J., A. P. Asiyanbi, A. Dutta, A. Huff, J. F. Lund, S. P. De Rosa and J. Steinberger. 2021. "Commentary: Underestimating the Challenges of Avoiding a Ghastly Future". Frontiers in Conservation Science


    • Doose, K. 2021 "A global Problem in a Divided World – Climate Change Research during the late Cold War, 1972-1991" Cold War History


    • Michel, A., Pleger, L., von Atzigen, A., Bosello, O., Sager, F., Hunziker, M., Graefe, O., Siegrist. F. & Backhaus, N. 2021. "The Role of Trust in the Participatory Establishment of Protected Areas—Lessons Learnt from a Failed National Park Project in Switzerland" Society & Natural Resources



    • Bichsel, C. 2020. "Introduction: Infrastructure on/off Earth". Introduction to the Special Issue "Infrastructure on/off Earth" (edited by Christine Bichsel). Roadsides


    • Bichsel, C. 2020. "Out of the Past: the Space-Time of Infrastructure. Roadsides







    • Doose, K. "Green Nationalism? The ecological transition of Soviet Armenia, 1969-1991", Ab imperio


    • Mateoc, R., 2019. 'World and Local Heritage along the Nomination Process of "Hidden Christian Sites in the Nagasaki Region" '. The Annals of The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures of "Dimitrie Cantemir" Christian University, Volume XVIII. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference Japan: Pre-Modern, Modern and Contemporary. A Return Trip from the East to the West. Learning in, about and from Japan, pp. 125-146. PDF Link 



    • Valadaud, R. and O. Aubriot. 2019. "Dialectiques hydrosociales à l’épreuve. Décrypter la dimension politique d’objets techniques utilisés pour l’irrigation au Népal - Putting hydrosocial dialectics to the test. Deciphering the political dimension of technical irrigation objects used for irrigation in Nepal" Développement durable et territoires 10(3):1-21




    • Bluwstein, J. 2018. "From colonial fortresses to neoliberal landscapes in Northern Tanzania: a biopolitical ecology of wildlife conservation". Journal of Political Ecology  25 (1):144-168.


    • Bluwstein, J, K. Homewood, J. F. Lund, M. R. Nielsen, N. Burgess, M. Msuha, J. Olila, S. S. Sankeni, S. K. Millia, H. Laizer, F. Elisante, and A. Keane. 2018. "A quasi-experimental study of impacts of Tanzania’s wildlife management areas on rural livelihoods and wealth."  Scientific Data 5:180087.


    • Bluwstein, J., and J. F. Lund. 2018. "Territoriality by Conservation in the Selous–Niassa Corridor in Tanzania."  World Development 101:453-465.


    • Bluwstein, J., J. F. Lund, K. Askew, H. Stein, C. Noe, R. Odgaard, F. Maganga, and L. Engström. 2018. "Between dependence and deprivation: The interlocking nature of land alienation in Tanzania."  Journal of Agrarian Change 18 (4):806-830.


    • Brehony, P., J. Bluwstein, J. F. Lund, and P. Tyrrell. 2018. "Bringing back complex socio-ecological realities to the study of CBNRM impacts: a response to Lee and Bond (2018)."  Journal of Mammalogy 99(6), 1539-1542


    • Doose, K. "The Armenian Earthquake of 1988: A perfect stage for the Karabakh conflict’, Europe Asia Studies



    • Lund, J. F., and Bluwstein J. 2018. "When conservation research goes awry: A reply to Mascia and Mills (2018)."  Conservation Letters 11 (3):e12461


    • Inverardi-Ferri, C. 2018. "Urban nomadism: everyday mobilities of waste recyclers in Beijing."  Mobilities:1-11



    • Mateoc, R., 2018. 'The Deportations of 1949 in the Western Romanian Countryside. Identifications and Recollections at the Edge of Time'. Ethnologia Balkanika 21, pp. 309-326


    • Verstraete, J., I. Pannecoucke, B. Meeus, and P. De Decker. 2018. "Leaving an Institution in Flanders (Belgium): A Road to Homelessness?"  Journal of Social Service Research: 1-19.


    • Wallimann-Helmer, Ivo. 2018. "Caution in Defining the Public for Legitimate Geoengineering Governance."  Ethics, Policy & Environment 21 (2):181-183.


    • Zinzani, A., and C. Bichsel. 2018. "IWRM and the Politics of Scale: Rescaling Water Governance in Uzbekistan."  Water 10 (3).



    • Bichsel, C. 2017. "From dry hell to blossoming garden: metaphors and poetry in Soviet irrigation literature on the Hungry Steppe, 1950–1980."  Water History 9 (3):337-359. 


    • Bluwstein, J. 2017. "Creating ecotourism territories: Environmentalities in Tanzania’s community-based conservation."  Geoforum 83:101-113.


    • Fautras, M. 2017. "Marché foncier et évolution des usages et des valeurs de la terre agricole à Regueb (Tunisie)."  VertigO 17 (1).


    • Inverardi-Ferri, C. 2017. "Variegated geographies of electronic waste: policy mobility, heterogeneity and neoliberalism."  Area Development and Policy 2 (3):314-331.


    • Inverardi-Ferri, C. 2017. "Commons and the Right to the City in Contemporary China."  Made in China 2:38-4


    • Mateoc, R., 2017. 'The Collective Cooperative of Socialist Romanian Countryside (1949-1989): Institutional Culture, Gender, Leadership'. Irish Slavonic Studies, pp. 95-110


    • Mateoc, R., 2017: The Roma Groups in Three Multi-ethnic Villages of (Post) Socialist Western Romania: Housing, Work and Institutions. Romanian Yearbook of Anthropology, pp. 73-89


    • Utz S., Buletti N., Ejderyan O., Graefe O., Lane S., Reynard E. 2017. Processus participatifs pour la mise en œuvre des projets d’aménagement de cours d’eau en Suisse. Bulletin de l’ARPEA (271): 41–50.


    • Rutt, R. L., and J. Bluwstein. 2017. "Quests for Justice and Mechanisms of Suppression in Flint, Michigan."  Environmental Justice 10 (2):27-35.





    • Bichsel, C. 2016. "Water and the (Infra-)Structure of Political Rule: A Synthesis."  Water Alternatives-an Interdisciplinary Journal on Water Politics and Development 9 (2):356-372.


    • Bluwstein, J. 2016. "Problematizing debates on wildlife conservation and the war on poaching."  Conservation Biolology 30 (4):692-3. 


    • Bluwstein, J., F. Moyo, and R. P. Kicheleri. 2016. "Austere Conservation: Understanding Conflicts over Resource Governance in Tanzanian Wildlife Management Areas."  Conservation & Society 14 (3):218-231


    • Huggel, C., I. Wallimann-Helmer, Daithi Stone, and Wolfgang Cramer. 2016. "Reconciling justice and attribution research to advance climate policy."  Nature Climate Change 6 (10):901.


    • Mateoc, R. 2016. 'Conversions, Work and Family Relations: Self-identifications within Some Romanian Rural Roma Groups'. Ethnologia Balkanika 19, pp. 185-203


    • Obertreis, J., T. Moss, P. P. Mollinga, and C. Bichsel. 2016. "Water, Infrastructure and Political Rule: Introduction to the Special Issue."  Water Alternatives-an Interdisciplinary Journal on Water Politics and Development 9 (2):168-181.


    • Schneider, F., M. Bonriposi, O. Graefe, K. Herweg, C. Homewood, M. Huss, M. Kauzlaric, H. Liniger, E. Rey, E. Reynard, S. Rist, B. Schadler, and R. Weingartner. 2016. "MontanAqua: Tackling Water Stress in the Alps. Water Management Options in the Crans-Montana-Sierre Region (Valais)."  Gaia-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 25 (3):191-193. 




    • Bluwstein, J., M. Braun, and C. B. Henriksen. 2015. "Sustainable Extensification as an Alternative Model For Reducing GHG Emissions From Agriculture. The Case of an Extensively Managed Organic Farm in Denmark."  Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 39 (5):551-579.


    • Candau, Marie-Amélie, R. Valadaud, and Olivia Aubriot. 2015. "Construction de la plaine rizicole du Népal : sous le prisme de la gestion de l’eau et des processus de territorialisation dans le Sunsari / The Creation of Nepal’s Rice-growing Plain: Water Management and Territorialization Processes in the Sunsari District."  L’Espace géographique 44 (2):160-173.


    • Cima, O. 2015. "Expanding spaces of participation: insights from an infrastructural project in rural Nepal."  Geographica Helvetica 70 (4):353-361.


    • Fautras, M. 2015. "Land injustices, contestations and community protest in the rural areas of Sidi Bouzid (Tunisia): the roots of the 'revolution'?"  Justice spatiale/Spatial Justice 7.


    • Meeus, B., and Pascal De Decker. 2015. "Staying Put! A Housing Pathway Analysis of Residential Stability in Belgium."  Housing Studies 30 (7):1116-1134.


    • Roser, Dominic, Christian Huggel, Markus Ohndorf, and I. Wallimann-Helmer. 2015. "Advancing the interdisciplinary dialogue on climate justice."  Climatic Change 133 (3):349-359.


    • Schneider, F., M. Bonriposi, O. Graefe, K. Herweg, C. Homewood, M. Huss, M. Kauzlaric, H. Liniger, E. Rey, E. Reynard, S. Rist, B. Schadler, and R. Weingartner. 2015. "Assessing the sustainability of water governance systems: the sustainability wheel."  Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (9):1577-1600. 


    • Schuermans, N., B. Meeus, and P. De Decker. 2015. "Geographies of whiteness and wealth: White, middle class discourses on segregation and social mix in Flanders, Belgium."  Journal of Urban Affairs 37 (4):478-495.


    • Wallimann-Helmer, I. 2015. "Justice for climate loss and damage."  Climatic change 133 (3):469-480.



    • Bluwstein, J., J. F. Lund, and K. Balooni. 2014. "In search of conservation impact. A comment on Schusser 2012: Who determines biodiversity? An analysis of actors' power and interests in community forestry in Namibia."  Forest Policy and Economics 38 (0):227-228. 


    • Reynard, E., M. Bonriposi, O. Graefe, C. Homewood, M. Huss, M. Kauzlaric, H. Liniger, E. Rey, S. Rist, B. Schadler, F. Schneider, and R. Weingartner. 2014. "Interdisciplinary assessment of complex regional water systems and their future evolution: how socioeconomic drivers can matter more than climate."  Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Water 1 (4):413-426. 


    • Schneider, F., T. Buser, and O. Graefe. 2014. "Scales of justice in water governance: hydropower controversies in Switzerland."  Water Policy 16:137-154.


    • Schuppert, F., and I. Wallimann-Helmer. 2014. "Environmental Inequalities and Democratic Citizenship: Linking Normative Theory with Empirical Research."  Analyse & Kritik 36 (2):345-366.


    • Tao D., Tong X., Ferri C., 2014. "The Production of Grey Space of "Waste Villages" at the Rural-Urban Fringe". Urban Planning International, 142 (5):8-14.




    • Graefe, O. 2013. "The reflexive turn in French and German-speaking geography in comparison."  Geographica Helvetica 68 (1):61-64.


    • Meeus, B. 2013. "Welfare through migrant work: what if the Romanian "safety valve' closes?"  Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 13 (2):175-194. 


    • Wallimann-Helmer, I. 2013. "The republican tragedy of the commons: the inefficiency of democracy in the light of climate change."  Ancilla Iuris 2013:1-20.




    • Blanchon, D., and O. Graefe. 2012. "Networks in African cities: Theoretical frameworks and empirical research."  L’Espace géographique 41 (1):32-34.


    • Blanchon, D., and O. Graefe. 2012. "Radical political ecology and water in Khartoum. A theoretical approach that goes beyond the case study."  Espace géographique (English Edition) 41 (1):36-50.


    • Mateoc, R., 2012. 'Cultural Heritage, Everyday Ethnicity and Religiosity in a Romanian Village'. In: Daria Afanasyeva; Maya Ishizawa; Anca Claudia Prodan (eds.), Understanding Heritage: Challenges and Perspectives for the 21st Century. Workshop Proceedings, International Graduate School: Heritage Studies at Cottbus University, pp. 25-31


    • Meeus, B. 2012. "How to "catch’ floating populations? Research and the fixing of migration in space and time."  Ethnic and Racial Studies 35 (10):1775-1793.





    • Meeus, B., N. Schuermans, and F. De Maesschalck. 2011. "Is there a world beyond academic geography? A reply to Ben Derudder."  Area 43 (1):113-114. 


    • Wallimann-Helmer, I. 2011. "Demokratiefähiger Klimaschutz."  Powision 11 (2):64-65.



    • Graefe, O., B. Korf, and A. Schlottmann. 2010. "Editorial: Theorizing Nature and Society - A critical review."  Geographische Zeitschrift 98 (4):191-193.


    • Schuermans, N., B. Meeus, and F. De Maesschalck. 2010. "Is there a world beyond the Web of Science? Publication practices outside the heartland of academic geography."  Area 42 (4):417-424.


    • Schlottmann, A., O. Graefe, and B. Korf. 2010. "Things that matter. A dialogue on interpretative and material semiotics in geography."  Geographische Zeitschrift 98 (4):226-236.


    • Weingartner, R., K. Herweg, H. Liniger, S. Rist, B. Schadler, O. Graefe, M. Hoelzle, and E. Reynard. 2010. "Water scarcity in inner-Alpine regions - options for sustainable water use in the region Crans-Montana-Sierre (Valais canton)."  Hydrologie Und Wasserbewirtschaftung 54 (4):251-252.



    • Hauhs, M. and O. Graefe. 2009. "Sustainable Use of Water from Natural and Social Science Perspectives."  Geography Compass 3 (6):2025-2044.



    • Graefe, O. 2008. "Trinkwasser, Konflikte und die neue Rolle des Staates Das Beispiel der Gebirgsregion des Hohen Atlas in Marokko."  Geographische Rundschau 60 (7/8):58.



    • Reitel, B, and O. Graefe. 2007. "Quelques enjeux des villes-frontières: introduction au cahier thématique."  Geographica Helvetica 62 (1):2-4.



    • Graefe, O. 2006. "Water, conflict and social capital in the Higher Atlas Mountains of South Morocco."  Geographica Helvetica 61 (1):41.


    • Graefe, O, and M Hassler. 2006. "Aktuelle Ansätze einer relationalen Humangeographie in Entwicklungsländern: Enführung zum Themenheft."  Geographica Helvetica 61 (1):2-3.



    • Bichsel, C. 2005. "In search of harmony: repairing infrastructure and social relations in the Ferghana valley."  Central Asian Survey 24 (1):53-66.



    • Graefe, O. 2004. "The fragmented city. Causes and consequences of observed living complexes in the Lebanon."  Geographische Zeitschrift 92 (4):247-249.


    • Graefe, O. 2004. "From tribes and countries and the power of the map. A deconstruction of the ethnographic mapping of German east Africa."  Geographische Zeitschrift 92 (1-2):119-120.


    • Graefe, O., and D. Muller-Mahn. 2004. "The geographic turning point: an introduction to the theme edition on current approaches to theory discussion in France."  Geographische Zeitschrift 92 (3):129-132.



    • Dorfler, T, O Graefe, and D Muller-Mahn. 2003. "Habitus and Field-Impulses for a reorientation of geographical development theory based on Bourdieu's Theory of Practice"  Geographica Helvetica 58 (1):11-23.


    • Graefe, O. 2003. "Städtische Territorien und Landmanagement im postkolonialen Namibia."  Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen 147 (1):48-55.
  • Books and Book Chapters


    • Emmenegger, R. 2023. Hinkelstein: Ein Mahnmal gegen ein Tiefenlager im Zürcher Weinland. Orte der Schweiz. Helvetiq Verlag. forthcoming.
    • Emmenegger, R. 2023. Partizipation und Sicherheit: Expert:innen und Lai:innen auf der Suche nach einem geologischen Tiefenlager für radioaktive Abfälle in der Schweiz. Loccumer Protokoll, forthcoming. 




    • Bluwstein, J. 2022. Historical Political Ecology of the Tarangire Ecosystem: From Colonial Legacies, to Contested Histories, towards Convivial Conservation?. Chapter 2, pp 25-46, In: Kiffner, C., Bond, M.L., Lee, D.E. (eds) Tarangire: Human-Wildlife Coexistence in a Fragmented Ecosystem. Springer




    • Fautras, M. 2021. Paysans dans la révolution. Un défi Tunisien. Karthala


    • Zaech, K. 2021. Rethinking the heritage of the Soviets’ blue wells: Progressing from highly essential to unneeded. In Matthias Schmidt, Rune Steenberg, Michael Spies, Henryk Alff (eds.), Beyond Post-Soviet: Layered Legacies and Transformations in Central Asia. Augsburg: Institut für Geographie, Universität Augsburg.




    • Inverardi-Ferri, C. 2020. Field Systems and Enclosure. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd Edition, edited by A. Kobayashi. Elsevier







    • Inverardi-Ferri, C. 2019. "Sitting amid a pile of jewels: youth unemployment and waste recycling in China." In The Crisis of Global Youth Unemployment, edited by T. Mayer, S. Moorti and J. McCallum. Routledge.










    • Doose, K. Spitak – the last petrified Soviet utopia. In Yerevan. An Architecture guide, edited by T. Harutunyan, DOM Publishing house, Berlin, pp. 268-289.


    • Meeus, B. 2017. "Challenging the figure of the ‘migrant entrepreneur’. Place-based solidarity in the Romanian arrival infrastructure in Brussels." In Place, Diversity and Solidarity, edited by S. Oosterlynck, M. Loopmans and N. Schuermans, 91-108. Routledge.







    • Huggel, Christian, Markus Ohndorf, Dominic Roser, and Ivo Wallimann-Helmer. 2015. Climate Justice in Interdisciplinary Research. Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing.


    • Krütli, Pius, Kjell Törnblom, Ivo Wallimann-Helmer, and Michael Stauffacher. 2015. "Distributive versus procedural justice in nuclear waste repository siting."  The Ethics of Nuclear Energy. Cambridge. S:119-140.




    • Mateoc, R., 2014.: 'This Village is Going to Become a Gypsy Village': Micro-ethnography of Fear Constructions in Two Romanian Post-Socialist Villages, In: Andrea Boscoboinik & Hana Horakova (eds.),  Anthropology of Fear, Lit Verlag, Berlin, Münster, Wien, Zürich, pp. 85-101





    • Bichsel, C., K. Mukhabbatov, and L. Sherfidinov. 2011. "Land, Water, and Ecology." In Ferghana Valley: The Heart of Central Asia, edited by F. S. Starr, 253-277. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe Inc.



    • Bichsel, C., G G. Fokou, A. Ibraimova, U. Kasymov, B. Steimann, and S Thieme. 2010. Natural resource institutions in transformation: tragedy and glory of the private. In Global Change and Sustainable Development: A Synthesis of Regional Experiences from Research Partnerships. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) North-South., edited by H. Hurni and U. Wiesmann. Bern: Geographica Bernensia.



    • Bichsel, C. , S. Mason, T. Hagmann, E. Ludi, and Y. Arsano. 2009. "Linkages between sub-national and international water conflicts: the Eastern Nile Basin." In Facing Global Environmental Change. Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts. , edited by HG. et al. Brauch. Berlin: Springer.


    • Bichsel, C. 2009. Conflict transformation in Central Asia : irrigation disputes in the Ferghana Valley, Central Asian studies series. London ; New York: Routledge.



    • Niemann, S., and Graefe, O. 2006. Wasserversorgung in Afrika: Politik, Bevölkerungsdruck und Machtdefizit



    • Ingolf, D., and Graefe, O. 2001. Contemporary Namibia : the first landmarks of a post-apartheid society. Windhoek, Namibia: Gamsberg Macmillan.
  • Book Reviews


    • Bluwstein, J. 2021: Book review: Power in Conservation. Environmental Anthropology Beyond Political Ecology. Carpenter, C. 2020. Routledge. In Geographica Helvetica 76, 47-49


    • Bluwstein, J. 2021: Decolonizing conservation science and practice in Northern Tanzania. Book review of  Narrating Nature: Wildlife Conservation and Maasai Ways of Knowing. Goldman, M. J. 2020, University of Arizona Press. InConservation and Society



    • Tschiderer, L. 2021. Book review: The Birth of Energy: Fossil Fuels, Thermodynamics, and the Politics of Work. Daggett, C. 2019. Duke. In Ecological Economics





    • Doose, K. 2020. “Arktischer Heizraum. Das Energiesystem Kola zwischen regionaler Autarkie und gesamtstaatlicher Verflechtung 1928-1974”. In Schweizer Zeitschrift für Geschichte 70


    • Mateoc, R. 2020. "La maison paysanne : histoire d’un mythe", François Rüegg, (collection Archigraphy, éditions Infolio, Gollion, 2011, 304 pages). Revista Transilvania, 5 / 2020




    • Bluwstein, J. 2017. "Benjamin Gardner , Selling the Serengeti: the cultural politics of safari tourism"  Africa 87 (3):647-649


    • Bluwstein, J. and J. F. Lund. 2017. Unpacking the Political Economy of Lion Trophy Hunting in Tanzania: Lions in the Balance. Man-Eaters, Manes, and Men with Guns. Packer, C. 2015. Conservation Biology 31(2), 486-487



    • Bichsel, C. 2015. Review of: „Border work. Spatial Lives of the State in Rural Central Asia” (Madeleine Reeves, 2014).  Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.



    • Bichsel, C. 2014. "The Transformation of Tajikistan. The Sources of Statehood."  Europe-Asia Studies 66 (6):1017-1018.



    • Bichsel, C. 2013. "Government of Paper. The Materiality of Bureaucracy in Urban Pakistan."  Regional Studies 47 (4):645-646.





    • Bichsel, C. 2012. "Review of: “Making great power identities in Russia. An ethnographic discourse analysis of education at a Russian elite university” (Martin Müller, 2008)." Geographica Helvetica 1-2/2012.


    • Bichsel, C. 2012. "Along the Archival Grain: Epistemic Anxieties and Colonial Common Sense." (Ann Stoler) Journal of Historical Geography 38 (2):198-199. 



    • Bichsel, C. 2011. "Review of: “Space, Place, and Power in Modern Russia. Essays in the New Spatial History” (Mark Bassin, Christopher Ely and Melissa K. Stockdale, 2010)."  Ab Imperio 2:372-377.



    • Bichsel, C. 2010. "Argorods of Western Uzbekistan: knowledge control and agriculture in Khorezm."  Central Asian Survey 29 (4):566-568. 
  • Working Papers, Reports, Policy Letters


    • Bloemertz, L.,  Romie Nghitevelekwa, Brice Prudat, Laura Weidmann, Gregor Dobler, Olivier Graefe, Nikolaus J. Kuhn. Social meaning and material constraints of land scarcity in Northern Namibia. Namibia University, Integrated Land Management Institute (ILMI). Working paper





    • Pohl, C., Bienz, D., Wastl-Walter, D., Graefe, O., Ognois, L., Frund, B., Schatz, W., Voegtli, M., Dyllik, T., Lepori, B., Hilty, L., Dubas, D., Rickenbach, A., Wülser, G. 2017 : Sustainable Development at Universities Programme. Rapport final. Swiss Academies Communications 12 (1), Bern, 18 p.


    • Honegger, Matthias, Steffen Münch, Annette Hirsch, Christoph Beuttler, Thomas Peter, Wil Burns, Oliver Geden, Timo Goeschl, Daniel Gregorowius, Ivo Wallimann-Helmer, and David Keith. 2017. Climate change, negative emissions and solar radiation management: It is time for an open societal conversation. St. Gallen: Risk-Dialogue Foundation.


    • Marks, N., K. Homewood, J. Bluwstein, J. F. Lund, A. Keane, M. R. Nielsen, M. J. Msuha, J. Olila, and N. D. Burgess. 2017. Realising the promise of Tanzania's Wildlife Management Areas. ESPA Policy Brief, November 2017. 



    • Huggel, C., Mechler, R., Bouwer, L., Schinko, T., Surminski, S., and Wallimann-Helmer, I. 2016. Science for loss and damage: four research contributions to the debate. edited by LSE.


    • Buletti N., Utz S., Ejderyan O., Graefe O., Lane S., Reynard E., 2016. Evaluation des processus participatifs pour la mise en œuvre des projets d’aménagement des cours d’eau - Résultats de l’analyse des études de cas par l’identification des valeurs publiques. Faculté des géosciences et de l'environnement, Université de Lausanne et Département de Géosciences, Université de Fribourg. 90 p.



    • Doose, K. “Contemporary environmental history of the Soviet Union and the successor states, 1970-2000. Ecological globalization and regional dynamics“, 18.03.2015, Paris, Conference Report. In: H-Soz-u-Kult


    • Homewood, K., J. Bluwstein, J. F. Lund, A. Keane, M. R. Nielsen, M. J. Msuha, J. Olila, and N. D. Burgess. 2015. "The economic and social viability of Tanzanian Wildlife Management Areas. Policy Brief Nr. 4, October 2015 "  Copenhagen Centre for Development Research.





    • Cima, O. 2013. Accountability at the local level in fragile contexts: Nepal case study. IDS working paper 421


    • Doose, K. “Catastrophes in Eastern Europe from the 18th Century until today“, 10.04.2013, Tübingen, conference report. In: H-Soz-u-Kult
  • Blogs, magazines, etc.


    • Emmenegger, R. Ordered Hybrid Ecologies: Unearthing Sedimented Histories in the Arboretum. 2023.05.01.Unruly Natures



    • Bluwstein, J. People Live Here. Why are Ngorongoro's Maasai at risk of being evicted again? Tanzania's conservation-tourism industrial complex wants them out. 2022.04.05 Africa Is a Country


    • Doose, K. and Vorbrugg, A. Other casualties of Putin’s war in Ukraine: Russia’s climate goals and science. 2022.05.24. The Conversation


    • Loveless, S. and Bluwstein, J. Marshall Urban Firestorm: On the Paradox of Greening America’s Suburbia. 2022.05.24. EnviroSociety 



    • Zäch, K. How the Soviet state's promises of water were first fulfilled and then failed. 2021.10.19.



    • Doose, K. Umweltpolitik Russlands. 2020.09.01. dekoder


    • Doose, K. Le scepticisme de la Russie vis-à-vis du changement climatique expliqué par son histoire scientifique. 2020.08.18. The Conversation


    • Doose, K. Krieg im Kaukasus. Der Konflikt um Nagorno-Karabakh und seine Hintergründe. 2020.11.06. Zeitgeschichte Online




    • Graefe, O. and Schlottmann, A. The commercialisation of wildlife in Namibia: selling nature to save it. In: Commercialising Africa: Money, Values and Neoliberalism. ROAPE series on Capitalism in Africa



    • Bluwstein, J., P. Brehony, and J. F. Lund. 2018. Why conservation success stories in Tanzania need a closer look. 2018.11.01.  The Conversation.



    • De Rosa, Salvatore Paolo, and J. Bluwstein. 2017. Why “Warning to Humanity” gets the socio-ecological crisis (and its solutions) wrong. 2017.11.23. Entitle.


    • Lund, J. F., J. Bluwstein, R. L. Rutt, and A. Ronan. 2017. Ende Gelände: Exposing the climate hypocrisy of Western European democracies. 2017.09.07. Entitle.


    • Rutt, R. L., and J. Bluwstein. 2017. The Flint Water Crisis: Quests for Justice and Mechanisms of Suppression.  Entitle.



    • Lund, J.F., J. Bluwstein, M.B. Mabele, A. Scheba, and E. Sungusia. 2016. Are conservation policies a driver of deforestation in Tanzania? 2016.11.15. Mongabay