Main research areas
- Peace and conflict
- Climate change
- Feminism and intersectionality
My research project explores visions and enactments of peace in a changing climate. From a feminist perspective, I research the gendered dynamics of climate change drivers, experiences, and responses. I argue that peace in a changing climate necessitates transformation, and study how societies’ potential to imagine or enact different peaceful futures relates to these gendered dynamics. Fields of particular interest in my research include intersectionality as praxis, degrowth, ethics of care, and feminist peace. My project is part of Lund University's Agenda 2030 Graduate School.
I am currently the co-convenor for two courses at the bachelor program in Peace and Conflict Studies: The Environment in Peace and Conflict (FKVA22) and Peace in the 21st Century: Critical Debates on Violence, Justice, and Peace (FKVC35).
I also teach select sessions in the courses:
- FKVC12: Theorier om krig och väpnade konflikter
- STVC55: Environmental governance
- STVN13: War and peace in a world in transition
- STVN17: Power, politics, and the environment
- SAGM001: Global environmental governance today: actors, institutions, and complexity
I also supervise student theses in environmental politics at the bachelor program in Political Science.
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