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Kristina Söderholm
Kristina Söderholm

Kristina Söderholm

Luleå University of Technology
Social Sciences
Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts
+46 (0)920 491541
A311 Luleå

Kristina´s Research

In her research, Kristina focuses on the environmental adaptation and energy efficiency of Swedish primary industry (such as the paper and pulp, steel, and mining industries) during the 1900s and early 2000s.

Kristina is also interested in the driving forces and organization (at both local and national level) behind the emergence of infrastructural systems such as water/sewerage and district heating.

Kristina usually collaborates closely with political scientists, legal scholars and economists, where it becomes relevant to try to formulate policy lessons related to the environment, sustainability and the climate problem from historical research.


Article in journal

Flexible and Resource-Recovery Sanitation Solutions: What Hindered Their Implementation? A 40-Year Swedish Perspective (2022)

Söderholm. K, Vidal. B, Hedström. A, Herrmann. I
The Journal of urban technology
Article in journal

The political economy of industrial pollution control (2022)

environmental regulation in Swedish industry for five decades
Söderholm. P, Bergquist. A, Pettersson. M, Söderholm. K
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, Vol. 65, nr. 6, s. 1056-1087
Article in journal

Towards a Broader Understanding of the Emergence of Iron Technology in Prehistoric Arctic Fennoscandia (2022)

Bennerhag. C, Hagström Yamamoto. S, Söderholm. K
Cambridge Archaeological Journal
Article in journal

Hunter-gatherer metallurgy in the Early Iron Age of Northern Fennoscandia (2021)

Bennerhag. C, Grandin. L, Hjärtner-Holdar. E, Stilborg. O, Söderholm. K
Antiquity, Vol. 95, nr. 384, s. 1511-1526