Södertörn University has converted to distance education – no teaching on university premises from Wednesday 18 March

The Swedish Government's recommendation is that all higher education institutions move to distance education from 18 March. Södertörn University has followed this recommendation and there is no teaching on university premises. Students are asked to stay updated about their course or programme via SH-StudyWeb. Staff and students can access the university premises with their keycards and both Infocenter and the library are open.

Updated:

2020-03-25

11:04

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Staff

Researchers, teaching staff and other employees:

Eva Blomberg

Eva Blomberg

Professor

Professor emeritus/emerita

Gender equality, liberal feminism, garden history, and planning of towns and social movements

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F835

Håkan Blomqvist

Håkan Blomqvist

Associate Professor

Senior Lecturer

My research concerns Labour history, nationalism and antisemitism.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F832

Norbert Götz

Norbert Götz

Professor

Civil society, humanitarianism, international relations, social transformations, populism, and moral economy in Norden, the Baltic Sea region, and worldwide.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F833

Janne Holmén

Janne Holmén

Associate Professor

Researcher

Researcher currently involved in a project about reforms of higher education in Sweden and Finland.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F803

Martin Johansson

Martin Johansson

Doctoral Student

As a history PhD Student, I investigate images of Norden within media narratives of 20th century Winter Olympics. My project is a part of the Nordic research hub ReNEW.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F829

Andrej Kotljarchuk

Andrej Kotljarchuk

Associate Professor

Researcher

Senior Researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History, School of Historical and Contemporary Studies

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F804

Carl Marklund

Carl Marklund

PhD

Researcher

Carl Marklund is a researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History. His research examines social planning, geopolitics and images of Sweden, e.g. in the Global South.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F831

Torbjörn Nilsson

Torbjörn Nilsson

Professor

History and politics. Democratic breakthrough 1918-1921. Nordic perspectives. Conservatism in Northern Europe.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F802

Vasileios Petrogiannis

Vasileios Petrogiannis

Doctoral Student

My research project examines identities and identifications in a migratory context, with regard to three categories of nested spaces: nation, Europe, and European macro regions.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F829

Nadezda Petrusenko

Nadezda Petrusenko

PhD

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Postdoctoral research

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F836

Monica Quirico

Monica Quirico

Swedish and Italian political history, Nordic Model, social movements

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F830

Johanna Ringarp

Johanna Ringarp

Associate Professor

Researcher

Phil. Dr Johanna Ringarp research specialties include educational policy, teacher profession and post-Second world war German history.

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F803

Ylva Waldemarson

Ylva Waldemarson

Professor

Academic Leader

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F834

Steffen Werther

Steffen Werther

PhD

Researcher

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F801

Francesco Zavatti

Francesco Zavatti

PhD

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F831

Kjell Östberg

Kjell Östberg

Professor

Professor emeritus/emerita

I am studying processes of democratization in Sweden during "the long 20th century

Historical and Contemporary Studies

F835