In my research I have studied how female and male cross-country skiers and sports pundits can negotiate for powerful positions in studio conversations on TV (SVT, Swedish public service TV). I have concluded that humour can be used as a means for negitiating for power positions in various ways (The Swedish Research Council for Sport Science).
In a ERC Consolidator Grant project I have investigated which potenital humour has to challange and make nontions of disability visible. The data derives from a podcast where people with experiences of disabilities use humour.
In my dissertation I argued that female comedians have inferior possibilities than the male comedians to achieve powerful positions in a humour show on TV (Swedish TV4), due to the other interlocutors rejections in interaction.
When I'm not working, I do gymnastics, take ballet classes, compete in veteran athletics, and enjoy sewing.