Personal profile

Current position

Currently part of the interdisciplinary research project STAY HOME, with researchers from the Faculties of Theology and Humanities (UCPH), and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (KADK). Working with ethnographic archives concerned with digital practices, daily life, and domestic violence collected during the lockdown, the project explores how the boundaries of privacy were both intensified, morphed and shattered due to the Covid-19 outbreak. STAY HOME examines the home as a site where social structures and autonomous existence collide and are negotiated within architectural and digital spaces, and aims to identify risks and opportunities of relevance for future homes and matters of privacy.


Research areas

Science and Technology Studies (STS), governance and public sector digitalization, state-subject relationships, structural inequality, privacy, human-technology relationships, ethnography, inter-disciplinary research.

Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years

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