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Medarbejdere

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Anker Brink Lund

Professor

E-mail: abl.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3599

Before joining CBS in 2004, Anker Brink Lund was Professor of Media Sociology at the Department of Journalism (SDU), 1999-2004; Associate professor at the Department of Communication (RUC), 1978-1998; Research assistant at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), 1978; Assistant professor at the Department of Press Research of the Danish School of Journalism (DjH) 1977-78; Assistant professor at the Department of Political Science (AU) 1976-77.

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Liv Egholm Feldt

Lektor

E-mail: le.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3587

Min forskning undersøger hvorledes forandringer og udviklinger i kulturer og identiteter bliver beskrevet, fortolket, institutionaliseret og brugt til at handle og reagerer i både nutidigt som fortidigt perspektiv. Mine empiriske interesser strækker sig fra rejseberetninger og kulturmøder i 1500 tallet over samtidige expatrierede og globale teams i organisationer og institutioner til filantropiske organisationer.
Mit nye forskningsprojekt vil kortlægge hvorledes filantropiske netværk influerer (og influeres af)den kontinuerlige begrebsliggørelse af filantropi og velfærd fra midten af 19. århundrede til i dag. Projektet vil bidrage til en fyldigere og uddybende forståelse af den rolle som filantropiske organisationer spiller for statens, markedets og civile samfundets sammenvævning.
Mine teoretiske inspirationspunkter stammer fra cultural studies, antropologi, semiotik og sociologi.

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Gitte Meyer

Seniorforsker

E-mail: gme.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 4291

Journalistisk praksis 1973-2000 med fokus på videnskabs- og teknologirelaterede spørgsmål. Ph.d. i 2004 – afhandling om forholdet mellem journalistik og videnskab: Offentlig fornuft? Videnskab, journalistik og samfundsmæssig praksis. Forskning koncentreret om videnskab og offentlighed samt journalistikkens filosofi og støttet af bevillinger fra Carlsberg Fondet og Forskningsrådet for Kultur og Kommunikation er foregået i forbindelse med ansættelser ved CBS, Københavns Universitet og Aalborg Universitet. Tilknytningen til CBS Center for Civilsamfundsstudier giver et glimrende udgangspunkt for at studere forholdet mellem forskellige tolkninger af begreberne om henholdsvis ‘civilsamfund’ og ‘videnssamfund’.

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Maria Figueroa

Adjunkt

E-mail: mf.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 4462

Maria Figueroa is Assistant Professor in Governance of Innovation for Climate and Sustainability. She is currently Post-Doc Fellow working on the Sustainability of Public Private Partnerships at the Department. She conducts research on comparative assessments of effectiveness of alternative policy instruments and organizational forms influencing innovation for climate and sustainability. She is interested in forms of government intervention that can favour social entrepreneurship in energy innovation particularly in the transport sector;  and also in the development of comparative analytical frameworks to strengthen knowledge building processes necessary to meet the challenges of a democratic transition to low carbon sustainable society.

She is involved in a number of large international studies dealing with global energy and climate challenges. She has been a Lead author to the Transport Chapter of the Fifth Assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and worked as Convenient Lead Author in the Global Energy Assessment published by Cambridge 2012. She co-edited the book “A New Sustainability Agenda” published by Ashgate in 2010.

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Anders Sevelsted

Adjunkt

E-mail: ase.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3998

My current research is on concerns the origins of the early welfare state ‘avant la lettre’ at the turn of the 20th century. I propose that a ‘moral elite’, consisting of medical doctors, priests, business men, politicians and others, connected these different spheres and shaped central features of the developmental path toward the later welfare state. Using both quantitative (network analysis) and qualitative methods, the project aims to identify, describe, and trace the effects of this elite from ca. 1891 (first Danish pension reform) to ca. 1933 (social reform).

My work is thus situated at the cross roads between voluntarism, philanthropy, social movements, welfare history, and elite studies.

My current post doc project is financed by the Carlsberg Foundation.

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Søren Christensen

PhD Fellow

E-mail: schr@ruc.dk
Tlf.: +45 5015 1558

Cand.mag. Philosophy and Political Theory, Aarhus University, Associate Professor University College Absalon, and Ph.d. Student in collaboration between RUC (Institute for People and Technology – Spatial Designs and Society), CBS (Center for Civil Society Studies) and Absalon.

With a background in a recent mushrooming body of research on the potentials of urban community gardening for facilitating a plethora of community advantages, my Ph.d. engages with different actors involved in urban community gardens, ranging from social movements contesting space, and seeking to de-commodify food, to social workers employing gardens as pedagogical space, and urban planners and municipalities using gardens as sites for local community development, ecosystem services, and green infrastructure, as part of a broader framework of establishing “nature-based solutions” to address environmental, social and economic challenges in sustainable ways. I am particularly interested in urban community garden’s potentials of creating ‘commons’ and ‘bridging’ social capital, as well as critical perspectives on instrumentalization of social capital in the rationality of community development, and neoliberal governmentality.

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Katja Isa Sørensen

Videnskabelig Assistent

E-mail: kis.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3511

Katja er videnskabelig assistent på Center for Civilsamfundsstudier. Katja er uddannet sociolog fra Københavns Universitet.

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Kathrine Poulsen

Studentermedhjælp

E-mail: kp.dbp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3599

Kathrine studerer Forvaltning ved Roskilde Universitet og er studentermedhjælp på Center for Civilsamfundsstudier.

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Frederik Winther Nielsen

Studentermedhjælp

E-mail: fwn.dbp@cbs.dk

Frederik studerer Europæisk Business ved Copenhagen Business School og er studentermedhjælp på Center for Civilsamfundsstudier.