Giulia Champion

Dr Giulia Champion is an Anniversary Fellow at the University of Southampton. Her project focuses on the legalisation of deep-sea mining, engagement with and representations of the seabed and deep-sea in different communities, cultural productions and science communication. In 2022, she was a Green Transition Fellow at the Greenhouse at the University of Stavanger. She joined to this group because of its transdisciplinary and supportive ethos and she loves learning from all the brilliant members through thought-provoking and stimulating conversations. She recently (co-)edited collections with Bloomsbury, Palgrave Macmillan and Routledge and also the journal special issues on “Intersections of Activism and Academia”, “Animal Futurity” and a forthcoming on with Portuguese Studies. Her work is published and forthcoming in edited collections and journals, including in The Routledge Handbook of Ecofeminism and Literature and SITES: Contemporary French and Francophone Studies (2022) and Gothic Studies and The Journal of Energy History (JEHRHE) (2023). Currently reading: Alexis Pauline Gumbs’s Undrowned and Malcom Ferdinand’s Une écologie décoloniale

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