Salome Rodeck studied cultural sciences and literary studies in Lüneburg and cultural analysis in Amsterdam. She obtained her Master’s degree in August 2018. In April 2019 she joined Department I as a visiting predoctoral fellow to work on her PhD project on the history of symbiosis as both a research trajectory in the life and earth sciences and a philosophical concept in the environmental humanities. At the MPIWG, Salome is a member of the Anthropocene research group. In August, her article “Dying with ‘Infinity Mushrooms’: Mortuary Rituals, Mycoremediation and Multispecies Legacies” will be published in a special issue of the Women, Gender and Research journal on Queer Death Studies.