Dominic Hinde is a lecturer in Digital Media and Communication at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, and a former European correspondent for the print and broadcast media. His research deals with the relationship between media practice, modernity, and the Anthropocene. In 2017 he held an IASH postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Edinburgh working on the same themes, and previously ran the Edinburgh sustainable media collective POST. Dominic has also published one volume of documentary journalism, A Utopia Like Any Other, on Sweden, and continues to write for the media on a regular basis. He is currently working on a new narrative non-fiction project on energy and society in Scotland.
RCC Research Project: Journalism in the Anthropocene
Lunchtime Colloquium Video - Journalism in the Anthropocene
- “Living in Liquid Worlds: Journalism in the Anthropocene”. The Sociological Review Blog. 25 October 2017.
- "It's Our Environment: Two Terms of SNP Environmental Policy." Scottish Affairs 25, no. 1 (2016): 83-102.
- A Utopia Like Any Other: Inside the Swedish Model. Edinburgh: Luath Press Ltd, 2016.
- "Our common, contested future: The rhetorics of modern environment in Sweden." PhD diss., University of Edinburgh and Uppsala University, 2015.
- with Lee Bunce & Laurie MacFarlane (eds). Potential Energy: The Politics of Energy in Scotland. Edinburgh: POST, 2015.
- "Northern Soul: Scotland's confused Nordicness." Scandinavica: An International Journal of Scandinavian Studies 53, no. 2 (2014).