1 Capacity: Environment in a Century of Space 2 Containment: The Ship as a Figure of Enclosure and Expansion 3 Circulation: Ecological Life Support Systems 4 Storage: The Lifeboats of Human Ecology 5 Classification: Biosphere Reserves 6 Departure: The Habitats of Tomorrow Work Cited Filmography
Sabine Hohler is Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Originally trained as a physicist her research centres on the modern earth sciences and their perception of global spaces. Recent publications include Civilizing Nature: National Parks in a Global Historical Perspective (2012).
'for an overview of ecological thought and space-orientated science and technology, Hohler's book provides a well-researched series of compelling examples.' Thinking Like A Mountain