Eeva Berglund

Eeva Berglund

Adjunct Professor
Adjunct Professor
Department of Design

Eeva Berglund is an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Policy at the Aalto School of Arts, Design and Architecture. Her research interests include the following: (environmental) activism and social movements, method and theory in anthropology and beyond, European environmental thought/ideas of nature, design in society and politics particularly in relation to environmental change, urban planning and policy, grassroots activism, urban environmental changes and design anthropology and its methods. Geographical focus is mostly on Finland and particularly Helsinki but also urban spaces generally.



Collaborative Confusion Among DIY Makers

Eeva Berglund, Cindy Kohtala 2020 Science & Technology Studies

Design for Sustainability Transformations: A ‘Deep Leverage Points’ Research Agenda for the (Post-)pandemic Context

Idil Gaziulusoy, Emilija Veselova, Elise Hodson, Eeva Berglund, Elif Erdogan Öztekin, Eeva Houtbeckers, Hella Hernberg, Mikko Jalas, Kata Fodor, Maria Ferreira Litowtschenko 2020 Strategic Design Research Journal

Growth in WEIRD Helsinki

Eeva Berglund, Guy Julier 2020 Socialni Studia/Social Studies

Kasvulla on hintansa

Eeva Berglund 2019 ARK

Kaupunkiteknologioiden menneisyys ja tulevaisuus

Eeva Berglund 2019 Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu

Landscape is not what it used to be

Eeva Berglund, Anu Lounela, Timo Kallinen 2019 Dwelling in Political Landscapes

Small mutinies in the comfortable slot: The new environmentalism as repair

Eeva Berglund 2019 Repair, Breakages, Breakthroughs: Ethnographic Responses

Troubled landscapes of change

Eeva Berglund 2019 Dwelling in Political Landscapes

Taking Positions: Institutions and individuals in public sector design

Maria Ferreira Litowtschenko, Eeva Berglund 2019 NORDES 2019: WHO CARES?