Anne Rasmussen. 2021-2025. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
A selection of on-going research projects at the Department of Political Science:
e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence
Hanne Nexø Jensen and Nina Græger. 2020-2023. Funded by the European Union’s Erasmus + Programme (KA 203 Strategic Partnership).
HOPE - How Democracies Cope with Covid19: A Data-Driven Approach
Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2020-2023. Funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.
Bodies as Battleground: Gender Images and International Security
Lene Hansen. 2018-2024. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
What do the Danes think, know and mean about the Corona Epidemic?
Asmus Leth Olsen and Frederik Georg Hjorth. 2020-2021. Funded by the Faculty of Social Sciences emergency grants.
Analyzing Maritime Insecurity in Ghana (AMARIS)
Christian Bueger. 2020-2023. Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and administered by Danida Fellowship Centre.
DIPLOFACE - Diplomatic Face-work: Between Confidential Negotiations and Public Display
Rebecca Adler-Nissen. 2016-2021. Funded by the European Research Council.
Castles: Tracing the Origins and Consequences of the Modern State
Jacob Gerner Hariri. 2016-2023. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
European Administrative Networks
Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen. 2017-2022. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
The Behavioral Citizen - projects
Asmus Leth Olsen. 2019-2023. Funded by the Sapere Aude-programme of the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
ISPACE – international security politics and climate engineering
Olaf Corry, 2019-2022. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
Unequal, alienated and unwell? The consequences of local economic inequality for individual and societal well-being
Peter Thisted Dinesen. 2019-2022. Funded by the Rockwool Foundation.
E Pluribus Plures: Is identity politics a new fault line in contemporary societies?
Peter Thisted Dinesen. 2020-2024. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.
Securitech: Energy infrastructure and the displacement of security authority in the Baltic Sea region
Trine Villumsen Berling. 2020-2022. Funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.