E Pluribus Plures: Is identity politics a new fault line in contemporary societies?

“Identity politics” is one of the most contested developments in contemporary societies. The project seeks to understand the essence of the concept of identity politics and addresses its consequences for social cohesion.

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Researchers

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Christian F. Rostbøll Professor +4535323428 E-mail
Frederik Georg Hjorth Associate Professor +4535324104 E-mail
Gregory Eady Assistant Professor - Tenure Track   E-mail
Peter Thisted Dinesen Professor +4535323375 E-mail

Funded by:

Independent Researh Fund Denmark

E Pluribus Plures: Is identity politics a new fault line in contemporary societies? has received a funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark

Project: E Pluribus Plures: Is identity politics a new fault line in contemporary societies?
Period: 2020-2024

Contact

Peter Thisted Dinesen
Department of Political Science
Mail: ptd@ifs.ku.dk 
Phone: +45 35 32 33 75 

External members:

Name Title
Kim Mannemar Sønderskov Professor, Aarhus University