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Professor in History of science and ideas. Head of research for History and education and Umeå Research Centre for Social Studies Didactics (UmSOD). Assistant Head of Department.
Björn Norlin is Associate professor of History and Education at the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Umeå University. He is also Deputy Director of "The Postgraduate School of Educational sciences", School of Education, Umeå University.
I'm writing a dissertation on consciousness and causation. I also teach now and then.
Gender/military historian with a focus on identity, masculinity, and nationalism. My thesis concerns Swedish speaking Civil Guards in the Civil Guard Districts of Vaasa and Turunmaa 1918-1939.
Professor of History of Science and Ideas, and director of Umeå Studies in Science, Technology and Environment. Elected member of Umeå University Board.
Professor of Church History at the Faculty of Arts (50 %) and Professor of History and Education at Umeå School of Education (50 %)
I'm a PhD candidate in History and Education and a part of the Gender School for Gender Studies (UCGS) also I'm one of the departments representatives for equal rights.
Finn Arne Jørgensen was assistant professor of history of technology and environment from 2010-2014, and associate professor of the same field from 2014-2017. He is at present Professor of environmental history at University of Stavanger, Norway, but remains employed in a 20% position at Umeå University for two externally funded research grants, Digital Models and Experiencing Nature in the Digital Age.
Fredinah Namatovu is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies working on the DISLIFE Liveable disabilities project funded by the European Research Council. Her role in this project involves using Sweden's national registers to apply life-course techniques to conduct quantitative studies on the impact of disability on the transition into education, labour market, partnership and family formation.
Glenn Sandström is an Associate Professor researching primarily family dynamics in historical and contemporary demography.
Associate professor in history and education, and research coordinator at the Faculty of Arts.
Ph.D. candidate in History of Science and Ideas
Associate professor in History of Science and Ideas. My research interests revolve around the interaction between science, politics and the media in a broad sense. I am also director of studies at the department.
I am Head of Department and Senior Lecturer in philosophy.
I am senior lecturer in philosophy and director of our B.A. program in Philosophy and Society. I teach and supervise in moral philosophy and political philosophy.
Enjoying an ERC Consolidator Grant (2016-21) I lead a cross-disciplinary team researching how disabilities affect people's participation in society, past and present.
I work as a study administrator for the subjects of History and Archaeolgy.
Mainly work with environmental reconstruction and changes in settlement patterns in northern Sweden.
I am Associate Professor in New Testament Exegesis. The focus of my research has been early Jewish texts on the one hand, and identity formation and interpretation of history among early Christians on the other.
Director of The Environmental Archaeology Lab and the Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database (SEAD), two research infrastructures for archaeology.
My responsibilities are internal and external communication which include the departments website, calendar, ads, posters and other printed information.
I am a PhD student in philosophy. My research revolves around axiology applied within the field of political philosophy, with a special focus on the capability approach framework.
I am a senior lecturer in philosophy, with a focus on practical philosophy. My research is centered around free will, moral responsibility and animal ethics.