Hanna Musiol (PhD, Northeastern University) is a Professor of Literature at NTNU in Norway and a 2022/2023 Human Rights Fellow at SUNY Binghamton in the US. Her research interests include transnational literary studies, site-specific transmedia storytelling, and critical theory, with emphasis on migration, political ecology, and environmental justice and human rights. She publishes frequently on aesthetics and justice, and her work has appeared in DHQ, ASAP/J, Environment, Space, and Place, Technology of Human Rights Representation, and Writing Beyond the State. Musiol regularly co-organizes city-scale curatorial, public humanities, and civic engagement initiatives; Narrating the City, Of Borders and Travelers, Spectral Landscapes, or, Resist as Forest. She is now based in Trondheim, where she frequently collaborates with grassroots urban storytelling initiatives such as Literature for Inclusion & Poetry without Borders. She is currently involved in several transborder projects devoted to spatial storytelling: Narrating Sustainability, One By Walking, Environmental Storytelling, and Teaching Environmental Practices Across Borders.
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