Abrak Saati is a senior researcher at the Department of Political Science.
Anders Lidström is Professor in Political Science with a research focus on local, regional and urban politics and governance, in Sweden and in a comparative perspective.
Jarstad is Professor of Peace and conflict studies at Umeå University. She leads an eight-year research program on Varieties of Peace, funded by Riksbankens jubileumsfond (2017-2024).
Programme and Study Advisor in Political Science and Peace and Conflict Studies. Contact for students with disabilites and for credit transfers.
My responsability is administration for PhD Student. For questions about basic education and advanced level: see information under "For our Students".
My general research interests concerns 'the politics of aging', central-local government relations and privatizations in the welfare municipality. For a full presentation, please see below!
Dzenan Sahovic is Associate Professor in Political Science doing research on peace and security and teaching crisis management and peacebuilding.
Elisabeth Olivius is a lecturer in peace and conflict studies. Her research explores how gendered relations of power are produced and reshaped in conflict, displacement and peacebuilding.
Teacher and researcher in political science with particular focus on environmental politics, conservation, and Indigenous issues.
I work as Associate professor at the Department of Education and teach and research primarily in school development.
Helene Ärlestig is director for Centre for Principal Development
Johan Hellström is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Political Science and researching on political parties and governments in Europe.
Katarina Eckerberg is professor in political science. Her expertise comprises environmental and natural resource policy and politics at global, national and local level.
Katarina Norberg is an Associate Professor in Education and Deputy Head at the Centre for Principal Development, Umeå University Sweden.
Senior lecturer at the Centre for Principal Development (CPD), Department of Political sciences
Blomgren's research interest mainly involve the development of representative democracy within multi-level political systems, especially within the European Union. His specific interest is on how political parties and national parliaments deal with new circumstances. Blomgren is also interested in issues concerning legislative roles and how elected politicians view their task differently.
Pedagogic developer, Ph D in Educational Work.
HR-support at Department of Political Science, Centre for Principal Development and Umeå Centre for genusstudies.
Patrik Johansson works with allocation of teaching assignments, administration of education, and educational development. He teaches and conducts research in peace and conflict studies.
Dr Rasmus Karlsson is an Associate Professor in political science. He has published widely on climate mitigation policy, development ethics, and global affairs from an ecomodernist perspective.
Dr Ulf Leo is associate professor of Sociology of Law with a special focus on Educational Leadership. He is deputy head at the Centre for Principal Development.