Simone M. Müller is the director of the DFG Emmy-Noether Research Group “Hazardous Travels: Ghost Acres and the Global Waste Economy” at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. As a historian and environmental humanities scholar, she works at the intersection of globalization processes, discards, and environmental justice.
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From radioactive waste to coral reefs, this environmental humanities volume reconsiders contamination and pollution as toxic timescapes: dynamic events with both temporal and spatial dimensions. The new concept promises to transform our knowledge of history, human geography, science and technology studies, philosophy, and political ecology.