On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Martin Hultman, Associate Professor in Science, Technology and Environmental Studies at the Department of Technology Management & Economics at Chalmers University in Sweden. Martin’s research focuses on the influence of extremist views such as sexism and far-right nationalism on climate change denial. His latest book with Paul M. Pulé, Ecological Masculinities, chronicles the political landscape that has shaped the industrial breadwinner and eco-modern archetypes of masculinity, both fueled by misogyny, and their proposed ecological masculinity as a response that centers science, fact, and reason and a respect for nature. Our conversation with Martin will explore ways in which a response to addressing our climate crisis and, in particular, the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, will require that we, as a society, address how we socialize boys and men if we are to save ourselves and our planet from mutual and guaranteed destruction.
During our conversation, Martin and I referenced the following resources and topics:
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