Recent publications by project participants (beyond the work within WIRE)

Maury, O. (2023). The Fragmented Labor Power Composition of Gig Workers: Entrepreneurial Tendency and the Heterogeneous Production of Difference. Critical Sociology0(0).

Maury, O (2022) Ambivalent strategies: Student-migrant-workers’ efforts at challenging administrative bordering. Sociology, 56(2): 369-385. 

Maury, O (2022) Punctuated temporalities: Temporal borders in student-migrants’ everyday lives. Current Sociology 70(1): 100–117. 

Oinas, Elina (2022). Disorientation, disbelief, distance. In: Global Feminist Autoethnographies During COVID-19: Displacements and Disruptions. Heath, M., Darkwah, A., Purkayastha, B. & Beaoku-Betts, J. (eds.). London: Routledge. Pp. 263-274 

Oinas, Elina (2022). Terveyden globaali epätasa-arvo. In Terveempi maailma. Helsinki: Gaudeamus. Pp. 131-152 21. 

Huttunen, Katriina, Oinas, Elina, Sariola Salla, (2021). ”When cultures meet. Microbes, permeable bodies, and the environment”. In Brives, Charlotte, Matthaeus Rest & Salla Sariola (eds.) With Microbes. Manchester: Mattering Press.  

The Kilpisjärvi Collective, 2021. “Introducing With Microbes: From Witnessing to Withnessing”. In Brives, Charlotte, Matthaeus Rest & Salla Sariola (eds.) With Microbes. Manchester: Mattering   

Oinas, Elina 2021. Wayward academia – wild, connected, and solitary diffractions in everyday praxis. Matter – Journal of New Materialist Research 2(1):26-51.   


Aldrin Salskov, S., Backström, J., & Creutz, K. (2022). From angry monologues to engaged dialogue? On self-reflexivity, critical discursive psychology and studying polarised conflict. In K. Pettersson, & E. Nortio (Eds.), The far-right discourse of multiculturalism in intergroup interactions: A critical discursive perspective. Pettersson, K. & Nortio, E. (eds.). London: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Aldrin Salskov, S. (2022). Queer Love, Literature and Philosophy: On Reading The Argonauts. Policy Futures in Education. 

Aldrin Salskov, S. (2020). A Critique of Our Own? On Intersectionality and “Epistemic Habits” in a Study of Racialization and Homonationalism in a Nordic Context. Nora : Nordic journal of feminist and gender research, 28(3), 251 -265.