Main research or teaching areas
- Feminist foreign policy
- Political parties
- Negotiations in the EU
- Swedish EU-politics
Current teaching and research
My main areas of interest are feminist foreign policy, decision-making and negotiations in the European Union, Swedish EU-politics, party politics, deliberative democracy and political psychology.
Together with my colleague Ekatherina Zhukova, I lead the research project "Sweden as a norm entrepreneur: The case of the Feminist Foreign Policy", financed by Riksbanken (2020-2022). More Information about the project is found here. Our colleague Ole Elgström acts as senior advisor on the project.
Previously, I have headed the research project "Political participation among young people – from party members to social media activists?" (with Hanna Bäck, Department of Political Science LU; Nils Gustafsson, Department of Strategic Communication LU and Emma Bäck, Department of Psychology, Gothenburg University), financed by Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation.
I defended my Doctoral Thesis, "Förankring av socialdemokratisk EU-politik - med rum för demokratisk debatt?" in 2009 (which is available in full text here). It concerns the Swedish Social Democratic party’s handling of the issues of EU- and EMU-membership.
I teach European Integration (bachelor level), European Governance (Master level) and three web-based courses (first term level).
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