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1.08.1977
kati.lindstrom@ut.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2017–...   
KTH Rootsi Kuninglik Tehnikaülikool, Arhitektuuri ja ehituskeskkonna instituut, Tehnika-, teaduse ja keskkonnaajaloo osakond, Teadur (1,00)
01.01.2016–31.12.2018   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, semiootika teadur (0,10)
01.03.2016–31.03.2016   
Nishikyushu University, JSPS järeldoktor (1,00)
01.04.2015–31.12.2015   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, semiootika teadur (0,10)
01.03.2014–31.03.2015   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, semiootika teadur (0,10)
01.01.2014–31.12.2015   
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, KTH Rootsi Kuninglik Tehnikaülikool, Arhitektuur ja ehituskeskkonna instituut, Tehnika-, teaduse ja keskkonnaajaloo osakond; järeldoktor (1,00)
30.04.2012–28.02.2014   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, Semiootika osakond, Lapsepuhkus (1,00)
01.04.2012–28.02.2014   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, semiootika teadur (1,00)
01.04.2009–31.03.2012   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, semiootika teadur (1,00)
25.08.2008–01.05.2009   
Tartu Ülikool, Lapsepuhkus (1,00)
01.11.2007–31.03.2009   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, erakorraline teadur (1,00)
01.01.2005–31.12.2007   
Inimkonna ja Looduse Uuringute Instituut (Kyoto, Japan), teadur
01.01.2004–31.12.2005   
Kyoto Ülikool, lektori assistent
 
 
Haridustee
2010–2011   
doktoriõpe, Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, Semiootika osakond
2004–2007   
doktoriõpe, Kultuurantropoloogia õppetool, Kultuuriliste koosluste osakond, Inim- ja Keskkonnateaduste Instituut, Kyoto Ülikool, Jaapan (Jaapani valitsuse stipendium)
2003–2004   
erakorraline teadur, Jaapani keele ja kirjanduse osakond, Humanitaarteaduste teaduskond, Kyoto Ülikool, Jaapan (Jaapani valitsuse stpendium)
2002–2003   
MA kursus, Semootika ja kulturuloogia osakond, Sotsiaalteaduskond, Tartu Ülikool
2002–2002   
välisüliõpilane, Japonoloogia õppetool, Aasia uuringute osakond, Sankt Peterburgi Riiklik Ülikool, Venemaa
2000–2001   
Jaapani keele ja kultuuri üliõpilane, Kyoto Ülikool (Jaapani valitsuse stpendium)
1998–2002   
põhiõpe, Semiootika ja kulturoloogia osakond, Sotsiaalteaduskond, Tartu Ülikool
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2011−...   
TLÜ AI Keskkonnaajaloo Keskus - asutajaliiige; alates 2014 juhatuse liige
2017−2021   
Euroopa Keskkonnaajaloo Assotsiatsiooni (ESEH) esindaja Balti riikides
2017−2019   
Euroopa Keskkonnaajaloo Assotsiatsiooni juhatuse liige
2017−2021   
Euroopa Keskkonnaajaloo Assotsiatsiooni (ESEH) Nomineerimiskomisjoni liige
2017−2019   
Euroopa Keskkonnaajaloo Assotsiatsiooni (ESEH) programmikomitee liige
2015−2017   
Külalisdotsent Shizuoka Prefektuurivalitsuse loodava Maailmapärandi instituudi juures
2015−2017   
Euroopa Keskkonnaajaloo Assotsiatsioon, Parima artikli preemia komisjoni esimees
2014−2015   
Eesti Rahva Muuseumi uue püsinäituse "Inimene ja keskkond" konsultant, koostöös Eesti Keskkonnaajaloo keskusega (avatakse 2016)
2008−2012   
Research fellow, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, UK
2007−2012   
Sign Systems Studies toimetaja
2007−2008   
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan) ja East-Anglian University (Norwich, UK) vahelise koostöömemorandumi ettevalmistus ja vastastikuste visiitide organiseerimine.
2006−2007   
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan) ja Far-East National University (Vladivostok, Russia) vahelise koostöömemorandumi ettevalmistus ja vastastikuste visiitide organiseerimine.
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo


Osalemine teadusorganisatsioonides

The Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography
European Society for Environmental History
Eesti Semiootika Selts
International Association for Semiotic Studies
Society for Biosophia Studies (Jaapan)
The Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape network
Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies
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Konverentsiettekanded alates 2005

-2017. Kati Lindström. Econationalism, (Self-)Orientalism or Environmental Justice Movements? Comment on the panel "Environmentalism of the Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic peoples". ESEH 2017. Zagreb, Croatia. June 28-July 2, 2017.

- 2017. Kati Lindström. People and animals in the shadow of Antarctic. 7th Nordic Geographers Meeting (NGM). Stockholm, Sweden. June 18-21, 2017.

-2017. Kati Lindström. On Dogs, Aurora and Ships: Bipolar Imagination in Japan. 9th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS IX). Umeå University, Sweden. June 8-12, 2017.

- 2017. Thomas E. Jones, Kati Lindström. Mount Fuji’s Listing as a Cultural World Heritage Site: Challenges of Fragmented Governance. hopefulNESS 2017: The 13th Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference. Tampere, Finland. June 6-8, 2017.

- 2017. Anthropos and its Scene: Anthropocene, heritage and long-term human history. Shizuoka Convention &Arts Center ‘GRANSHIP’
February 11-13, 2017.

- 2016. Kati Lindström. Whose identity should World Heritage support? [In Japanese]. Shizuoka Prefectural Government, Japan. October 29, 2016

- 2016. Junzo Uchiyama, Kati Lindström. “Idealised landscapes and heritage: sustainability in mountain Japan.” International, Transdisciplinary Workshop “MOVEMENT and LANDSCAPE”. September 15, 2016; Ljubljana, Slovenia.

- 2016. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama. Fuji as a European Mountain? Universal heritage value, local identities and changing landscapes at a new world heritage site. PECSRL 2016. I September 5-9, 2016; Innsbruck, Austria.

– 2015. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama, Carlos Zeballos. “Taming the Lake: Modernization of Water at Lake Biwa.” East Asian Environmental History Conference. Oct 22-25, 2015; Takamatsu, Japan.

– 2015. Fuji. Fuji? Fuji! The community and the “universal value“ of the world heritage.[In Japanese]. Invited public lecture at Shizuoka Prefectural Government, Japan. October 15, 2015.

Juuli 5-10, 2015; Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo
Taming the Lake: Modernization of Water at Lake Biwa
International Conference of Historical Geographers 2015; London, UK

Juuni 30 -juuli 3, 2015; Lindström Kati
Greening the History: Discources of Nation, Ecology and Environmental Protection in contemporary Japan
8th Biennial Conference of the European Society of Environmental History, Greening history. Versailles, France

Juuni 15-19, 2015; Lindström, Kati
Constructing agricultural and industrial heritage in Hida region, Japan
6th Nordic Geographers Meeting, Geographical Imagination: Interpretations of Nature, Art and Politics. Tallinna Ülikool, Eesti

November 29-30, 2014. Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo
Idealised Landscapes and Heritage: Past and Future Sustainability in Hida.
Anthropology of Japan in Japan Autumn Meeting Japan’s Cultural, Social, and Natural Landscapes: Challenges and Developments. Nanzan University, Japan

October29-31, 2014. Lindström, Kati; Nugin, Raili; Palang, Hannes; Jaago, Tiiu; Kannike, Anu; Kull, Kalevi; Printsmann, Anu; Siim, Pihla Maria.
Piirirohkus ja mälu.
Eesti kultuuri süvamehhanismid. Tallinna University, Estonia

October 10, 2014. Lindström, Kati
Environmental justice and econationalism.
Workshop (Re)searching environmental justice in the urban space. KTH Royal Institue of Technology, Sweden.

September 16-20, 2014. Lindström, Kati
Semiotic study of landscapes between bodies and representations.
New Semiotics: Between Tradition and Innovation. 12th World Congress of Semiotics. Sofia, Bulgaria.

September 10-12, 2014. Kati Lindström.
Transparent bodies: The lack of bodily dimension in the representations of historical landscapes.
Bellies, Bodies, Policey. Embodied Environments between Catastrophes and Control. International conference on environmental history of the Estonian Centre for Environmental History, University of Tartu and ESEH. Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia.

April 28, 2014.
Speaker at the roundtable Environmental humanities: limits and potentials of (un)disciplined research on human-environment relations together with Hannes Bergthaller, Michael Egan, Robert Emmett, Dolly Jørgensen.
Pre-conference event of the Framing Nature conference, organized by the Estonian Centre for Environmental History (KAJAK) and Inimkond seminar series, Tallinn University, Estonia.

April 29-May 3, 2014. Lindström, Kati.
Protection Policies through a Lens: The Role of Representations in the Environmental Protection of Japanese Agrarian Landscapes.
Framing Nature: Signs, Stories and Ecologies of Meaning, the biennal conference of the European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture, and the Environment, and the IX conference of the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies. Tartu, Estonia.

February 6-7, 2014. Kati Lindström
Interplay of aesthetics, national nostalgia and sustainability in the protection policies of the rice paddy landscapes in central Japan.
Workshop The Future of Commons. Södertörn University, Sweden.

March 25-26, 2013. Uchiyama, J.; Lindström, K.
Leap, revolution, gradual transition or a boiling point – Uneven temporalities of becoming Neolithic.
Conference From Instants to Eons: Time in Environment and Environmental History. Tallinn, Estonia.

Oct 19-21, 2011. Kati Lindström.
Slip-pers-pective: Everyday objects as the markers of spatial hierarchy.
Forth CECT Autumn Conference Things in Culture, Culture in Things, Tartu, Estonia .

May 20-22, 2011. Kati Lindström
Landscape at boiling point – Studying the environmental history of the East Asian Inland Seas from prehistory to future.
Graduate School The Co-formation of Human and Natural Communities: An Enviromental Historical Perspective. Muhu island, Estonia.

13-15 oktoober 2010. Kati Lindström
Towards the East Asian Landscape Convention: Nurturing Diversity Via the Protection of Everyday Life-Worlds.
RIHN 5th International Symposium. The Past and Future of Diversity; Kyoto, Japan.

23-27 august 2010. Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo; Zeballos Velarde, Carlos Renzo; Borré, Caroline; Nakamura, Oki; Matsumori, Tomohiko.
Using GIS for large-span historical research comparing prehistoric and modern landscapes: A case from East Asia.
PECSRL The Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape, 24th Session, Living in the landscapes: Knowledge, Practice, Imagination; Riga& Liepaja, Latvia.

2-5 juuni 2010. Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo.
Inland Sea as a Unit for Environmental History: East Asian Inland Sea From Prehistory to Future.
GEOMED 2010. The 2nd International Geography Symposium; Kemer-Antalya, Turkey

22-24 oktoober 2009 Lindström, Kati
The role of internal perception and external images in the visualisation of home landscapes
Second CECT Autumn Conference, Tallinn, Estonia

22-26 september 2009 Lindström, Kati
Landscape and Autocommunication: Bodily Perception of Landscapes as Meditative Practice 10th World Congress of Semiotics, A Coruña, Hispaania

23-27 august 2009. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama
Imagining Future: Images of Affluent Past as Models for Future’s Landscape
14th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Kyoto, Japan

26-30 aprill 2009. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama
Landscape, History and Global Environmental Issues: Report on a Multidisciplinary Research Project on East Asian Inland Seas.
IHDP Open Meeting, Bonn, Germany.

7 veebruar 2009. Kati Lindström.
Perceptual Markers in Landscapes – Estonian and Japanese Examples
Workshop “The Ecology of Perception: Landscapes in Culture and Nature“, Tartu, Estonia

5 september 2008 Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama.
Landscape History in Fight with Global Environmental Problems: a Report on a Multidisciplinary Research Project on East Asian Inland Seas.
Landscape History and Landscape Heritage, Parallel Session C 4.2 (Chairperson: Marina Kuleshova), at the Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape (PECSRL) 23rd Session - Landscapes, Identities and Developments, Lisbon and Óbidos, Portugal.

10 oktoober 2007 Lindström, Kati
Softly heaves the Glassy Sea: Landscape and Rhythms
Keikan kenkyuukai dai 5kai, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

22 juuni 2007. Kati Lindström
Sea giveth and sea taketh away: Sea as the Living Space for Sentient Beings.
Landscape and Living Beings II — Sea and the Sentient Beings, the 5th Yearly Congress of the Society of Biosophia Studies, Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan.

12 juuni 2007. Kati Lindström
The Study of Changes in Cultural Landscapes
Keikan kenkyuukai 3, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

12. november 2006. Kati Lindström
Is Landscape Really Cute? Satoyama discourse surrounding Lake Biwa
Landscape History Around Lake Biwa, 2nd symposium dedicated to the Tenth Anniversary Exhibition of Lake Biwa Museum, Lake Biwa Museum, Shiga, Japan.

29 september 2006. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama
Affluent Foragers and Affluent Feudalism
Keikan kenkyukai dai rokkai, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

6 september 2006. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama, Carlos Renzo Zeballos Velarde
Affluent foragers and affluent feudalism: The idealised landscapes of past as models for sustainable future.
Permanent European Conference for Rural Landscape Studies (PECSRL), Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

10. september 2006. Kati Lindström
Landscape as a Commodity – on the Example of the Pre-Modern and Modern Ohmi Region.
““Japan Sinks” Repeated”, a symposium linked to the exhibition “Digging up the landscape of Suita”,
in collaboration with Suita City Museum, Osaka, Japan

2 juuli 2006. Kati Lindström
Landscape as a Commodity Around Lake Biwa: Living and Non-Living Beings in Landscape
Landscape and living beings, workshop at the 4th Yearly Congress of the Society of Biosophia Studies,
Abashiri, Japan.

7 aprill 2006. Kati Lindström
Temporality, Seasonality, Landscape
Keikan kenkyukai dai ikkai, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

Veebruar 11 2006. Kati Lindström
The Landscape Description and its Philosophy in Early Modern Japanese Literature.
The Nature of the Japan Sea Rim Region and Environmental Perception – The Developmental History of Landscape
Toyama University Faculty of Letters, Toyama, Japan

19 oktoober 2005. Lindström, Kati
Mental and Physical Relief in Landscape: Eight Omi landscapes and the environmental perception of its present inhabitants.
RIHN Pre-Symposium ‘Bridging Times and Seas: Historical landscape change on the shores of Northern inland seas’. Pa-lu-lu Praza, Kyoto, Japan.
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Loetud kursusi:

— PhD taseme kursus, 1N5503 Introduktion till forskningsprocessen/ Introduction to the research process. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Rootsi. Sügis 2017
— MA course FLFL 00.011 Interdisciplinary Environmental Humanities (3 EAP) for the students of the University of Tartu Master School in History, Literature and Culture Studies, held in spring 2016. I am in capacity of the responsible lecturer, joint course with lecturers from Tartu and Tallinn Universities and visiting lecturers from abroad. Teaching in English, partially online.
— Seminar leader at the undergraduate course Energisystem och samhället (Society and Energy systems). Course supervisor, Prof. Arne Kajser. In Swedish. Autumn 2015.
— Seminar leader at the MA level course Swedish Society (in English). Course supervisor Katarina Larson. 3 semesters during 2014-2015. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
— Külalislektor Marco Armiero and Gunnel Cederlöfi BA kursusel Keskkonnaajalugu KTH Royal Institute of Technology's Rootsis. Kevad 2014 ja 2015.

Landscape Semiotics/ Maastikusemiootika — 2007 kuni 2012, Tartu Ülikool. Kakskeelne e-kursus. (Kursusele omistati E-kursuse kvaliteedimärk aastal 2009). Tartu Ülikool.
Kaasaegne jaapani kirjandus keskkooli kirjanduse õpetajatele. 6-tunnine elukestva õppe kursus.Tartu Ülikool.
Magistrandide juhendajaseminarid 2008 kuni 2012, Tartu Ülikool
Seminarisari "NEOMAPi maastikuseminarid", 2005-2007, RIHN, Kyoto, Jaapan
Taju antropoloogia — 2005, Kyoto Ülikool; Prof. Fukui Katsuyoshi assistendina.;

Korraldatud konverentsid, seminarid jm

New Natures, Entangled Cultures: Perspectives in Environmental Humanities. The 6th Winter School of the Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, Tallinn University, Estonia, January 23-27, 2017. (workshop organiser)

EASCLE Postgraduate Forum Environment, Literature, Culture 2015, with the title Environmental Utopias and Dystopias as Forms of Resistance, Oppression and Liberation, held at KTH, Stockholm, in December 11-12, 2015; co-organizing with María Isabel Pérez Ramos, Marco Armiero and Susanna Lidström.

"Animals in transdisciplinary environmental history". Doktorikool keskkonnaajaloos. Läänemaa, Estonia, May 13-15, 2015. Korraldatud koostöös Tallinna Ülikooli Keskkonnaajaloo Keskuse,Tartu Ülikooli, Müncheni Rachel Carson Center for Environment & Society (LMU Munich) ja European Society for Environmental History'ga.

Konverents "Bellies, Bodies, “Policey”. Embodied Environments Between Catastrophes and Control". Tartu, September 9-12, 2014. (Programmikomitee liige)

Konverents "Hetkedest eoonideni: Aeg keskkonnas ja keskkonnaajaloos", Keskkonnaajaloo keskus, Ajaloo instituut, Tallinna Ülikool, 25-26 märts, 2013.

Kraadiõppe intensiivseminar "Aeg keskkonnas: jutustamise metodoloogilised järelmid", 26-28 märts, 2013, Tallinn ja Sagadi.

Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide doktorikool (KTKDK) ning Kultuuriteooria tippkeskus (CECT) "Aeg ja ajalisus: kategooriad, mudelid ja narratiivid" meistriklassi Workshop 4: Time in the City - Experienced, Mediated or Real? (Feburary 6, 2011) University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia

Erisessioon Landscape History in East Asian Inland Seas: Impacts on Present Landscape of Neolithisation and Modernisation I ja II. 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Kyoto, Japan. (August 23-27, 2009)

Töötuba "The Ecology of Perception: Landscapes in Culture and Nature“, Tartu, Estonia. (7. 02. 2009) Tartu, University of Tartu.

NEOMAP project 1st General Meeting 2007 (28-29.09.2007), international conference, Kyoto, Japan. 60 participants. (In English)

“Workshop Landscape and living beings 2: Sea and the Sentient Beings” at the 5th yearly Congress of Society of Biosophia Studies (22.06.2007). Kanagawa kenritsu Kanagawa Josei Senta, Kanagawa, Japan. 210 participants. (In Japanese)

“Landscape History Around Lake Biwa”, 2nd symposium dedicated to the Tenth Anniversary Exhibition of Lake Biwa Museum (12.11.2006). Lake Biwa Museum, Shiga, Japan. (In Japanese)

““Japan Sinks” Repeated”, a symposium linked to the exhibition “Digging up the landscape of Suita” (10.09.2006). In collaboration with Suita City Museum, Osaka, Japan. 120 participants. (In Japanese)

Workshop “Landscape and Living Beings”, at the 4th Yearly Congress of the Society of Biosophia Studies (2.6.2006). Abashiri, Japan. (In Japanese)

Session “Bridging Times and Seas: Historical landscape change on the shores of Northern inland seas” at RIHN Pre-Symposium (19.10.2005). Pa-lu-lu Praza, Kyoto. (In English)

Open seminar series “Landscape Seminar” (May 2005 to October 2007). Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan. (In Japanese and English);
Stipendiumid

2016 JSPS lühiajaline järeldoktoristipendium

2014-2015 Wenner-Gren Stiftelserna (Rootsi) järeldoktori stipendium

2008-2012 research fellowship at SISJAC - Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, UK

2003-2007 Jaapani valitsuse (Monbukagakusho) teadusstipendium Kyoto Ülikoolis

2002 sügis, Vene valitsuse stipendium õpinguteks St. Peterburgi ülikoolis

2000-2001 Jaapani valitsuse stipendium jaapani keele ja kultuuri üliõpilastele.
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Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2015, Kati Lindström, The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education Capstone Award välitööde läbiviimiseks Jaapanis
2015, Kati Lindström, "Horisondi" lugejate preemia artikli "Antropotseen - Inimeste Ajastu" eest 2015. aasta 5. numbris. Kirjutatud koos Tiiu Koffiga.
2009, Kati Lindström, E-kursuse kvaliteedimärk kursusele "Maastikusemiootika"
2007, Kati Lindström, Eesti Kultuurikapitali 2. preemia kirjandustõlke eest võõrkeelest eesti keelde. (Haruki Murakami "Norra mets"
2002, Kati Lindström, Üliõpilaste teadustööde konkurss, bakalaureusetöö ära märgitud diplomiga
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused; 1.10. Geograafia ja regionaaluuringud; CERCS ERIALA: S230 Sotsiaalne geograafia
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.3. Ajalooteadused ja arheoloogia; CERCS ERIALA: H250 Lähiajalugu (alates 1914) ; PÕHISUUND: Keskkonnaajalugu
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud
 
 
Lisainfo
Projektid väljaspool Eestit

2018-2020 Grant holder, Principal investigator at Swedish Formas-funded "Sustainable communities and heritage politics beyond nature-culture divide: Heritage development as a strategy
against depopulation in Japan" SEK 1 545 932.

2018-2020 Researcher at Swedish Formas-funded "Cold War Coasts: The Transnational Co-Production of Militarized Landscapes". Grant holder: Per Högselius. SEK 3 millions.

2018-2023 Researcher at the ERC Consolidator Grant "NUCLEARWATERS: Putting Water a the Centre of Nuclear Energy History". Grant Holder: Per Högselius. EUR 2 millions.

2017-2021 Researcher at the ERC-funded Greening the Poles: Science, The Environment, and the Creation of the Modern Arctic and Antarctic. Grant holder Peder Roberts. EUR 1,5 millions.

2017-2019 Researcher at On creating cultural heritage in Antarctica, financed by Swedish Research Council. Grant holder Lize-Marié (Susanna) van der Watt. SEK 4 529 264.

2015-2018 Shizuoka Municipal Government World Heritage Centre Division special commission project World Heritage and Local Communities. Grant holder.

2016 Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science short Postdoctoral fellowship (March 2016), consisting of salary YEN 362 000, research allowance YEN 81 000., travel expenses and overheads (undisclosed amounts). Project title: The construction of industrial heritage sites on community and state level: discourses and practices. Placed at Nishikyushu University. Grant holder. Co-applicant: Prof. Mark James Hudson.

2014-2015 Natures and Nationalisms: Japanese Perspectives, Post-Doctoral research project at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, financed by Wenner-Gren Stiftelserna. Grant holder. Consisted of tax-free monthly fellowship. SEK 384 000

2005 - 2012 - rahvusvahelise keskkonnaajaloolise teadusprojekti "Neolitiseerumine ja moderniseerumine: Maastikuajalugu Ida-Aasia sisemerede kultuuriruumis" (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan) asutajaliige, vastutav uurija ja projektijuhi abi. Projekti rahastab Jaapani Haridus- ja Teadusministeerium aastani 2011. Hetkel on projekti koossesius 55 liiget 10 riigist.

2008- 2012. Projekti "Neolitiseerumine ja moderniseerumine maastikus: Ida-Aasia sisemerede ja Põhja-Euroopa sisemerede võrdlus" liige. Projekt viiakse läbi Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan) ja Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (Norwich, UK) koostöös.

Juhendatud väitekirjad

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1.08.1977
kati.lindstrom@ut.ee

Career

Institution and occupation
01.01.2017–...   
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, Researcher (1,00)
01.01.2016–31.12.2018   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Fellow in Semiotics (0,10)
01.03.2016–31.03.2016   
Nishikyushu University, JSPS postdoctoral research fellow (1,00)
01.04.2015–31.12.2015   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Fellow in Semiotics (0,10)
01.03.2014–31.03.2015   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Fellow in Semiotics (0,10)
01.01.2014–31.12.2015   
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment; Post-Doc (1,00)
30.04.2012–28.02.2014   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Department of Semiotics, Maternity leave (1,00)
01.04.2012–28.02.2014   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Fellow in Semiotics (1,00)
01.04.2009–31.03.2012   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Fellow in Semiotics (1,00)
25.08.2008–01.05.2009   
University of Tartu, Maternity leave (1,00)
01.11.2007–31.03.2009   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Fellow extraordinarius (1,00)
01.01.2005–31.12.2007   
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan), research associate
01.01.2004–31.12.2005   
Kyoto University, Teaching Assistant
 
 
Education
2010–2011   
PhD course, University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Department of Semiotics
2004–2007   
PhD course, Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Dept. Of Cultural Coexistence, Cultural Anthropology, Japan (Japanese Government Scholarship)
2003–2004   
research student, Japanese language and literature, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University, Japan (Japanese Government Scholarship)
2002–2003   
MA course, The Department of Semiotics and Culturology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tartu University
2002–2002   
foreign student, Department of Japonology, The Faculty of Asian Studies, St Petersburg National University
2000–2001   
The Research Student of Japanese Language and Culture, University of Kyoto (Japanese Government Scholarship)
1998–2002   
BA course, The Department of Semiotics and Culturology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tartu University
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2011−...   
Estonian Centre for Environmental History at the Institute of History, Tallinn University – founding member, associated researcher; from 2014 board member.
2017−2021   
Regional Representative for the Baltic States, European Society for Environmental History
2017−2019   
Board member, European Society for Environmental History
2017−2021   
European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) Nomination Committee member
2017−2019   
European Society for Environmental History (ESEH), member of the Programmee Comittee
2015−2017   
Visiting Associate Professor at Shizuoka Prefectural Government, World Heritage Centre Division
2015−2017   
European Society for Environmental History; chair of the Best Article Prize Committee
2014−2015   
Consultant for the Estonian National Museum for creating a new exhibition Human and Environment, in collaboration with the Estonian Centre for Environmental History. (To be opened in 2016)
2008−2012   
Research fellow, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, UK
2007−2012   
Sign Systems Studies, Editor
2007−2008   
Organizing the collaboration, mutual visits and signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan) and East-Anglian University (Norwich, UK).
2006−2007   
Organizing the collaboration, mutual visits and signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan) and Far-East National University (Vladivostok, Russia)
 
 
Additional career information


Participation in Scientific Organizations

The Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography
European Society for Environmental History
Estonian Semiotic Society
International Association for Semiotic Studies
Society for Biosophia Studies (Japan)
The Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape network
Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies
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Conference papers since 2005

-2017. Kati Lindström. Econationalism, (Self-)Orientalism or Environmental Justice Movements? Comment on the panel "Environmentalism of the Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic peoples". ESEH 2017. Zagreb, Croatia. June 28-July 2, 2017.

- 2017. Kati Lindström. People and animals in the shadow of Antarctic. 7th Nordic Geographers Meeting (NGM). Stockholm, Sweden. June 18-21, 2017.

-2017. Kati Lindström. On Dogs, Aurora and Ships: Bipolar Imagination in Japan. 9th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS IX). Umeå University, Sweden. June 8-12, 2017.

- 2017. Thomas E. Jones, Kati Lindström. Mount Fuji’s Listing as a Cultural World Heritage Site: Challenges of Fragmented Governance. hopefulNESS 2017: The 13th Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference. Tampere, Finland. June 6-8, 2017.

- 2017. Anthropos and its Scene: Anthropocene, heritage and long-term human history. Shizuoka Convention &Arts Center ‘GRANSHIP’
February 11-13, 2017.

- 2016. Kati Lindström. Whose identity should World Heritage support? [In Japanese]. Shizuoka Prefectural Government, Japan. October 29, 2016

- 2016. Junzo Uchiyama, Kati Lindström. “Idealised landscapes and heritage: sustainability in mountain Japan.” International, Transdisciplinary Workshop “MOVEMENT and LANDSCAPE”. September 15, 2016; Ljubljana, Slovenia.

- 2016. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama. Fuji as a European Mountain? Universal heritage value, local identities and changing landscapes at a new world heritage site. PECSRL 2016. I September 5-9, 2016; Innsbruck, Austria.

– 2015. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama, Carlos Zeballos. “Taming the Lake: Modernization of Water at Lake Biwa.” East Asian Environmental History Conference. Oct 22-25, 2015; Takamatsu, Japan.

– 2015. Fuji. Fuji? Fuji! The community and the “universal value“ of the world heritage.[In Japanese]. Invited public lecture at Shizuoka Prefectural Government, Japan. October 15, 2015.

July 5-10, 2015; Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo
Taming the Lake: Modernization of Water at Lake Biwa
International Conference of Historical Geographers 2015; London, UK

June 30-July 3, 2015; Lindström Kati
Greening the History: Discources of Nation, Ecology and Environmental Protection in contemporary Japan
8th Biennial Conference of the European Society of Environmental History, Greening history. Versailles, France

June 15-19, 2015; Lindström, Kati
Constructing agricultural and industrial heritage in Hida region, Japan
6th Nordic Geographers Meeting, Geographical Imagination: Interpretations of Nature, Art and Politics. Tallinn University, Estonia

November 29-30, 2104. Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo
Idealised Landscapes and Heritage: Past and Future Sustainability in Hida.
Anthropology of Japan in Japan Autumn Meeting Japan’s Cultural, Social, and Natural Landscapes: Challenges and Developments. Nanzan University, Japan

October29-31, 2014. Lindström, Kati; Nugin, Raili; Palang, Hannes; Jaago, Tiiu; Kannike, Anu; Kull, Kalevi; Printsmann, Anu; Siim, Pihla Maria.
Piirirohkus ja mälu.
Eesti kultuuri süvamehhanismid. Tallinna University, Estonia

October 10, 2014. Lindström, Kati
Environmental justice and econationalism.
Workshop (Re)searching environmental justice in the urban space. KTH Royal Institue of Technology, Sweden.

September 16-20, 2014. Lindström, Kati
Semiotic study of landscapes between bodies and representations.
New Semiotics: Between Tradition and Innovation. 12th World Congress of Semiotics. Sofia, Bulgaria.

September 10-12, 2014. Kati Lindström.
Transparent bodies: The lack of bodily dimension in the representations of historical landscapes.
Bellies, Bodies, Policey. Embodied Environments between Catastrophes and Control. International conference on environmental history of the Estonian Centre for Environmental History, University of Tartu and ESEH. Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia.

April 28, 2014.
Speaker at the roundtable Environmental humanities: limits and potentials of (un)disciplined research on human-environment relations together with Hannes Bergthaller, Michael Egan, Robert Emmett, Dolly Jørgensen.
Pre-conference event of the Framing Nature conference, organized by the Estonian Centre for Environmental History (KAJAK) and Inimkond seminar series, Tallinn University, Estonia.

April 29-May 3, 2014. Lindström, Kati.
Protection Policies through a Lens: The Role of Representations in the Environmental Protection of Japanese Agrarian Landscapes.
Framing Nature: Signs, Stories and Ecologies of Meaning, the biennal conference of the European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture, and the Environment, and the IX conference of the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies. Tartu, Estonia.

February 6-7, 2014. Kati Lindström
Interplay of aesthetics, national nostalgia and sustainability in the protection policies of the rice paddy landscapes in central Japan.
Workshop The Future of Commons. Södertörn University, Sweden.

March 25-26, 2013. Uchiyama, J.; Lindström, K.
Leap, revolution, gradual transition or a boiling point – Uneven temporalities of becoming Neolithic.
Conference From Instants to Eons: Time in Environment and Environmental History. Tallinn, Estonia.

Oct 19-21, 2011. Kati Lindström.
Slip-pers-pective: Everyday objects as the markers of spatial hierarchy.
Forth CECT Autumn Conference Things in Culture, Culture in Things, Tartu, Estonia .

May 20-22, 2011. Kati Lindström
Landscape at boiling point – Studying the environmental history of the East Asian Inland Seas from prehistory to future.
Graduate School The Co-formation of Human and Natural Communities: An Enviromental Historical Perspective. Muhu island, Estonia.

October 13-15, 2010. Kati Lindström
Towards the East Asian Landscape Convention: Nurturing Diversity Via the Protection of Everyday Life-Worlds.
RIHN 5th International Symposium. The Past and Future of Diversity; Kyoto, Japan.

August 23-27, 2010. Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo; Zeballos Velarde, Carlos Renzo; Borré, Caroline; Nakamura, Oki; Matsumori, Tomohiko.
Using GIS for large-span historical research comparing prehistoric and modern landscapes: A case from East Asia.
PECSRL The Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape, 24th Session, Living in the landscapes: Knowledge, Practice, Imagination; Riga& Liepaja, Latvia.

June 2-5, 2010. Lindström, Kati; Uchiyama, Junzo.
Inland Sea as a Unit for Environmental History: East Asian Inland Sea From Prehistory to Future.
GEOMED 2010. The 2nd International Geography Symposium; Kemer-Antalya, Turkey

October 22-24, 2009 Lindström, Kati
The role of internal perception and external images in the visualisation of home landscapes
Second CECT Autumn Conference, Tallinn, Estonia

September 22-26, 2009 Lindström, Kati
Landscape and Autocommunication: Bodily Perception of Landscapes as Meditative Practice 10th World Congress of Semiotics, A Coruña, Hispaania

August 23-27, 2009. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama
Imagining Future: Images of Affluent Past as Models for Future’s Landscape
14th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Kyoto, Japan

April 26-30, 2009. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama
Landscape, History and Global Environmental Issues: Report on a Multidisciplinary Research Project on East Asian Inland Seas.
IHDP Open Meeting, Bonn, Germany.

February 7, 2009. Kati Lindström.
Perceptual Markers in Landscapes – Estonian and Japanese Examples
Workshop “The Ecology of Perception: Landscapes in Culture and Nature“, Tartu, Estonia

September 5, 2008 Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama.
Landscape History in Fight with Global Environmental Problems: a Report on a Multidisciplinary Research Project on East Asian Inland Seas.
Landscape History and Landscape Heritage, Parallel Session C 4.2 (Chairperson: Marina Kuleshova), at the Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape (PECSRL) 23rd Session - Landscapes, Identities and Developments, Lisbon and Óbidos, Portugal.

October 10, 2007 Lindström, Kati
Softly heaves the Glassy Sea: Landscape and Rhythms
Keikan kenkyuukai dai 5kai, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

June 22, 2007. Kati Lindström
Sea giveth and sea taketh away: Sea as the Living Space for Sentient Beings.
Landscape and Living Beings II — Sea and the Sentient Beings, the 5th Yearly Congress of the Society of Biosophia Studies, Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan.

June 12, 2007. Kati Lindström
The Study of Changes in Cultural Landscapes
Keikan kenkyuukai 3, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

November 12, 2006. Kati Lindström
Is Landscape Really Cute? Satoyama discourse surrounding Lake Biwa
Landscape History Around Lake Biwa, 2nd symposium dedicated to the Tenth Anniversary Exhibition of Lake Biwa Museum, Lake Biwa Museum, Shiga, Japan.

September 29, 2006. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama
Affluent Foragers and Affluent Feudalism
Keikan kenkyukai dai rokkai, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

September 6, 2006. Kati Lindström, Junzo Uchiyama, Carlos Renzo Zeballos Velarde
Affluent foragers and affluent feudalism: The idealised landscapes of past as models for sustainable future.
Permanent European Conference for Rural Landscape Studies (PECSRL), Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

September 10, 2006. Kati Lindström
Landscape as a Commodity – on the Example of the Pre-Modern and Modern Ohmi Region.
““Japan Sinks” Repeated”, a symposium linked to the exhibition “Digging up the landscape of Suita”,
in collaboration with Suita City Museum, Osaka, Japan

July 2, 2006. Kati Lindström
Landscape as a Commodity Around Lake Biwa: Living and Non-Living Beings in Landscape
Landscape and living beings, workshop at the 4th Yearly Congress of the Society of Biosophia Studies,
Abashiri, Japan.

April 7, 2006. Kati Lindström
Temporality, Seasonality, Landscape
Keikan kenkyukai dai ikkai, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan

February 11, 2006. Kati Lindström
The Landscape Description and its Philosophy in Early Modern Japanese Literature.
The Nature of the Japan Sea Rim Region and Environmental Perception – The Developmental History of Landscape
Toyama University Faculty of Letters, Toyama, Japan

October 19, 2005. Lindström, Kati
Mental and Physical Relief in Landscape: Eight Omi landscapes and the environmental perception of its present inhabitants.
RIHN Pre-Symposium ‘Bridging Times and Seas: Historical landscape change on the shores of Northern inland seas’. Pa-lu-lu Praza, Kyoto, Japan.
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Teaching activities:

— PhD level course, 1N5503 Introduktion till forskningsprocessen/ Introduction to the research process. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Autumn 2017
— MA course FLFL 00.011 Interdisciplinary Environmental Humanities (3 EAP) for the students of the University of Tartu Master School in History, Literature and Culture Studies, held in spring 2016. I am in capacity of the responsible lecturer, joint course with lecturers from Tartu and Tallinn Universities and visiting lecturers from abroad. Teaching in English, partially online.
— Seminar leader at the undergraduate course Energisystem och samhället (Society and Energy systems). Course supervisor, Prof. Arne Kajser. In Swedish. Autumn 2015.
— Seminar leader at the MA level course Swedish Society (in English). Course supervisor Katarina Larson. 3 semesters during 2014-2015. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
— Guest lecturer at Marco Armiero’s and Gunnel Cederlöf’s undergraduate course Environmental History at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Spring 2014 and 2015.
— Landscape Semiotics - 2007 to 2012. University of Tartu, Bilingual E-course (Awarded with the E-course Quality Sign in 2009)
— Contemporary Japanese literature for high-school teachers – 6-hour course of life-long
education for literature teachers, 2012, University of Tartu.
— Supervisor’s seminars for Bachelor and Master Students from 2008 to 2012.
— Seminar series “NEOMAP Landscape seminars”, 2005 – 2007, RIHN, Kyoto, Japan.
— Anthropology of perception – 2005, Kyoto University; Assistant to Prof. Fukui Katsuyoshi.;

Organized Conferences, Workshops etc

New Natures, Entangled Cultures: Perspectives in Environmental Humanities. The 6th Winter School of the Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, Tallinn University, Estonia, January 23-27, 2017. (workshop organiser)

EASCLE Postgraduate Forum Environment, Literature, Culture 2015, with the title Environmental Utopias and Dystopias as Forms of Resistance, Oppression and Liberation, held at KTH, Stockholm, in December 11-12, 2015; co-organizing with María Isabel Pérez Ramos, Marco Armiero and Susanna Lidström.

"Animals in transdisciplinary environmental history". Graduate School in Environmental History. Läänemaa, Estonia, May 13-15, 2015. Organized in collaboration with KAJAK, the Estonian Centre for Environmental History at Tallinn University Institute of History, the University of Tartu and Rachel Carson Center for Environment & Society (LMU Munich) and with the support of European Society for Environmental History.

Conference Bellies, Bodies, “Policey”. Embodied Environments Between Catastrophes and Control. Tartu, September 9-12, 2014. (Scientific board member)

Conference "From Instants to Eons: Time in Environment and Environmental History" held by The Centre
for Environmental History, Institute of History, Tallinn University, March 25-26, 2013.

Intensive graduate seminar "Time in environment: methodological implications of narrating", March 26-
28, 2013, Tallinn and Sagadi.

Workshop "Time in the City - Experienced, Mediated or Real?" at the Doctoral School "Time and Temporality: Categories, Models, Narratives" held by the Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts and The Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory (Feburary 6, 2011) University of Tartu, Tartu.

Special Session Landscape History in East Asian Inland Seas: Impacts on Present Landscape of Neolithisation and Modernisation I and II at the 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Kyoto, Japan. (August 23-27, 2009)

Workshop “The Ecology of Perception: Landscapes in Culture and Nature“, Tartu, Estonia. (Feburary 7, 2009) Tartu, University of Tartu.

NEOMAP project 1st General Meeting 2007 (28-29.09.2007), international conference, Kyoto, Japan. 60 participants. (In English)

“Workshop Landscape and living beings 2: Sea and the Sentient Beings” at the 5th yearly Congress of Society of Biosophia Studies (22.06.2007). Kanagawa kenritsu Kanagawa Josei Senta, Kanagawa, Japan. 210 participants. (In Japanese)

“Landscape History Around Lake Biwa”, 2nd symposium dedicated to the Tenth Anniversary Exhibition of Lake Biwa Museum (12.11.2006). Lake Biwa Museum, Shiga, Japan. (In Japanese)

““Japan Sinks” Repeated”, a symposium linked to the exhibition “Digging up the landscape of Suita” (10.09.2006). In collaboration with Suita City Museum, Osaka, Japan. 120 participants. (In Japanese)

Workshop “Landscape and Living Beings”, at the 4th Yearly Congress of the Society of Biosophia Studies (2.6.2006). Abashiri, Japan. (In Japanese)

Session “Bridging Times and Seas: Historical landscape change on the shores of Northern inland seas” at RIHN Pre-Symposium (19.10.2005). Pa-lu-lu Praza, Kyoto. (In English)

Open seminar series “Landscape Seminar” (May 2005 to October 2007). Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan. (In Japanese and English);
Fellowships

2016 JSPS short-term postdoctoral fellowship

2014-2015 Wenner-Gren Stoftelserna (Sweden) postdoctoral fellowship

SISJAC fellowship - 2008-2012 - Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, UK

2003-2007 Japanese government (Monbukagakusho) research fellowship.

2002 autumn, Russian government scholarship for studies in St Petersburg University.

2000-2001 Japanese Government scholarship for Japanese studies students.
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Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2015, Kati Lindström, The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education Capstone Award for field work in Japan
2015, Kati Lindström, Popular science magazine Horisont award for the reader’s favourite article for “Antropotseen - Inimeste Ajastu” (Anthropocene, the Human Era”), co-authored with Tiiu Koff.
2009, Kati Lindström, Estonian E-course quality label issued for course "Semiotics of Landscape"
2007, Kati Lindström, Estonian National Literature Award, runner-up in the category of translation (foreign language to Estonian) for the translation of Haruki Murakami's "Norwegian Wood".
2002, Kati Lindström, National Student Research Award, runner-up in BA category
 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 1. Biosciences and Environment; 1.10. Geography and Regional Studies; CERCS SPECIALTY: S230 Social geography
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.3. History and Archaeology; CERCS SPECIALTY: H250 Contemporary history (since 1914) ; SPECIALITY: Environmental History
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.4. Cultures Research
 
 
Additional information
Projects outside Estonia

2018-2020 Grant holder, Principal investigator at Swedish Formas-funded "Sustainable communities and heritage politics beyond nature-culture divide: Heritage development as a strategy
against depopulation in Japan" SEK 1 545 932.

2018-2020 Researcher at Swedish Formas-funded "Cold War Coasts: The Transnational Co-Production of Militarized Landscapes". Grant holder: Per Högselius. SEK 3 millions.

2018-2023 Researcher at the ERC Consolidator Grant "NUCLEARWATERS: Putting Water a the Centre of Nuclear Energy History". Grant Holder: Per Högselius. EUR 2 millions.

2017-2021 Researcher at the ERC-funded Greening the Poles: Science, The Environment, and the Creation of the Modern Arctic and Antarctic. Grant holder Peder Roberts. EUR 1,5 millions.

2017-2019 Researcher at On creating cultural heritage in Antarctica, financed by Swedish Research Council. Grant holder Lize-Marié (Susanna) van der Watt. SEK 4 529 264.

2015-2018 Shizuoka Municipal Government World Heritage Centre Division special commission project World Heritage and Local Communities. Grant holder.

2016 Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science short Postdoctoral fellowship (March 2016), consisting of salary YEN 362 000, research allowance YEN 81 000., travel expenses and overheads (undisclosed amounts). Project title: The construction of industrial heritage sites on community and state level: discourses and practices. Placed at Nishikyushu University. Grant holder. Co-applicant: Prof. Mark James Hudson.

2014-2015 Natures and Nationalisms: Japanese Perspectives, Post-Doctoral research project at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, financed by Wenner-Gren Stiftelserna. Grant holder. Consisted of tax-free monthly fellowship. SEK 384 000

2005 to 2012– Founder, core member and assistant leader for the international ecohistorical research project “Neolithisation and Modernisation: Landscape History on East Asian Inland Seas (NEOMAP)” at Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN). The project aims at constructing historical landscape change at the East Asian Inland Seas (East China Sea and Japan Sea) during two epoch of revolutionary change, namely Neolithisation and Modernisation. Research area consists of 8 regions, 5 of which are located in various parts of Japan and the other three include Northern Zhejiang region (China), Southern Coast of Korea and Peter the Great Bay (Primorye, Russia). At present, the project has about 55 members from 10 countries. The project will be financed through Japanese Government funding until March 2011.

2008 to 2012. Research associate at the “Neolithisation and Modernisation in Landscape: Comparison Between the East-Asian Inland Seas and the Northern European Inland Seas” project at Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures. A small-scale branch project of the RIHN NEOMAP project, aiming at the comparison of the landscape changes at Baltic Sea and North Sea Rim with the landscape history at the East Asian inland seas.

Supervised dissertations

Publications

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ProgrammLiikNumberNimiProjekti algusProjekti lõppVastutav täitjaAsutusFinantseerijapoolne rahastamine
ETFETF9419Baltimaade Toidukultuuri Ajalugu. Tootmine, tarbimine ja kultuur keskkonnaajaloo perspektiivist01.01.201231.12.2015Ulrike PlathUnderi ja Tuglase Kirjanduskeskus46 440,00 EUR
SFSF0180056s12Enesekirjeldusmehhanismide semiootiline modelleerimine01.01.201231.12.2012Kalevi KullTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond120 390,00 EUR
IUTIUT2-44Enesekirjeldusmehhanismide semiootiline modelleerimine: teooria ja rakendused01.01.201331.12.2018Kalevi KullTartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, filosoofia ja semiootika instituut918 000,00 EUR
MUUAI FUR 23.04.12-8 (TLÜ senati teaduskomisjoni istungi protokoll nr 15)KAJAKi projekt „Looduslike ressursside kasutamisviisid ja ümbritseva mõtestamine keskkonnaajaloo perspektiivist"01.05.201201.09.2013Ulrike PlathTallinna Ülikool, Ajaloo Instituut7 500,00 EUR
SFSF0182748s06Tähendusloome ja semiootilise kultuurianalüüsi transdistsiplinaarne metodoloogia01.01.200631.12.2011Kalevi KullTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond; Tartu Ülikool, Sotsiaal- ja haridusteaduskond419 299,10 EUR