Projects and publications

Information about projects and publications in which our researchers and doctoral students participate is available here.

Theses written by doctoral students admitted to Södertörn University and doctoral students admitted to other universities.

Subjects: Aesthetics, Art History, Comparative Literature, Gender Studies, Media and Communication Studies, Philosophy, The Theory of Practical Knowledge

Graduate school: Baltic and East European Graduate School (BEEGS)

2022

13 May
Oscar von Seth: Outsiders and Others: Queer Friendships in Novels by Hermann Hesse External link.
Subject/graduate school: Comparative Literature/BEEGS

2021

15 October
Philipp Seuferling:
Media and the refugee camp: the historical making of space, time, and politics in the modern refugee regime External link.
Subject: Media and communication studies
Research project: The (dis)connected refugee: The role of communication technologies in trust-building in Sweden and Germany

24 September
Mani Shutzberg:
Tricks of the Medical Trade: Cunning in the Age of Bureaucratic Austerity External link.
Subject/graduate school: The theory of practical knowledge/BEEGS

4 June
Raili Uibo:
“And I don’t know who we really are to each other”: Queers doing close relationships in Estonia External link.
Subject:
Gender studies
Research project: Queer(y)ing Kinship in the Baltic Region

28 May
Camilla Larsson:
Framträdanden: Performativitetsteoretiska tolkningar av Tadeusz Kantors konstnärskap External link.
Subject/graduate school:
Art history/BEEGS

21 May
Anna-Karin Selberg:
Politics and Truth: Heidegger, Arendt and the Modern Political Lie External link.
Subject:
Philosophy

7 May
Gabriel Itkes-Sznap:
Nollpunkten: Precisionens betydelse hos Witold Gombrowicz, Inger Christensen och Herta Müller External link.
Subject/graduate school:
Aesthetics/BEEGS

23 April
Oscar Svanelid:
Att forma tillvaron: Konstruktivism som konstnärligt yrkesarbete hos Geraldo de Barros, Lygia Pape och Lygia Clark External link.
Subject/graduate school:
Art history/BEEGS

26 March
Anna Enström:
Sinnesstämning, skratt och hypokondri: Om estetisk erfarenhet i Kants tredje Kritik External link.
Subject/graduate school:
Aesthetics/BEEGS

2020

25 September
Patrick Seniuk:
Encountering Depression In-Depth: An existential-phenomenological approach to selfhood, depression, and psychiatric practice External link.
Subject: The theory of practical knowledge
Research project: The Phenomenology of Suffering in Medicine: Explorations in the Baltic Sea Region

4 September
Johan Sehlberg:
Of Affliction: The Experience of Thought in Gilles Deleuze by way of Marcel Proust External link.
Subject: Philosophy

5 June
Ingrid Forsler:
Enabling media: Infrastructures, imaginaries and cultural techniques in Swedish and Estonian visual arts education External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS

8 May
Maria Pröckl:
Tyngd, sväng och empatisk timing: förskollärares kroppsliga kunskaper External link.
Subject: The theory of practical knowledge
Research project: Being and Becoming: A phenomenological perspective on formative dimensions of pre-school education in Sweden and Germany

2019

3 May
Mari Zetterqvist Blokhuis:
Interaction between rider, horse and equestrian trainer – a challenging puzzle External link.
Subject: The theory of practical knowledge
Research project: Horse Cultures in Transition. Interaction and Ethics between Human and Horse in Sweden and Poland

2018

7 December
Irina Seits: Architectures of Life-Building in the Twentieth Century: Russia, Germany, Sweden External link, opens in new window.
Subject/graduate school: Aesthetics/BEEGS

28 September
Matilda Tudor:
Desire Lines: Towards a Queer Digital Media Phenomenology External link, opens in new window.
Subject: Media and communication studies
Research project: Habitus and higher education: a research project on media, taste and cultural dissonance

25 May
Maria Lönn:
Bruten vithet – om den ryska femininitetens sinnliga och temporala villkor External link, opens in new window.
Subject/graduate school: Gender studies/BEEGS

27 April
Rebecka Katz Thor:
Beyond the Witness. Holocaust Representation and the Testimony of Images: Three Films by Yael Hersonski, Harun Farocki and Eyal Sivan External link, opens in new window.
Subject: Aesthetics
Research project: Perceptions of the other; aesthetics, ethics and prejudice

2017

15 December
Roman Horbyk:
Mediated Europes: Discourse and Power in Ukraine, Russia and Poland during Euromaidan External link.
Subject: Media and communication studies
Research project: Narratives of Europe

8 December
Julia Velkova Öberg:
Media technologies in the making: user driven software and infrastructures for computer graphics production External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS

6 October
Lovisa Andén:
Litteratur och erfarenhet i Merleau-Pontys läsning av Proust, Valéry och Stendhal External link.
Subject/graduate school: Philosophy/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Uppsala University

22 September
Gustav Strandberg:
Politikens omskakning – negativitet, samexistens och frihet i Jan Patočkas tänkande External link.
Subject: Philosophy
Research project: Loss of Common Grounds

2 June
Alberto Frigo:
Life-Stowing from a Digital Media Perspective: Past, Present and Future External link.
Subject: Media and communication studies

24 May
Krystof Kasprzak:
Vara - Framträdande - Värld. External link.Fenomenets negativitet hos Martin Heidegger, Jan Patočka och Eugen Fink External link.
Subject/graduate school: Philosophy/BEEGS

24 March
Kim West:
The Exhibitionary Complex: Exhibition, Apparatus and Media from Kulturhuset to the Centre Pompidou, 1963-1977 External link.
Subject: Aesthetics
Research project: Power, space, and ideology

2016

18 November
Petra Werner:
Ett medialt museum. Lärandets estetik i svensk television 1956-1969 External link.
Subject: Aesthetics

21 October
Ramona Rat:
Un-common Sociality: Thinking Sociality with Levinas External link.
Subject/graduate school: Philosophy/BEEGS

8 June
Cecilia Annell:
Begärets politiska potential: Feministiska motståndsstrategier i Elin Wägners ”Pennskaftet”, Gabriele Reuters ”Aus guter Familie”, Hilma Angered-Strandbergs ”Lydia Vik” och Grete Meisel-Hess ”Die Intellektuellen” External link.
Subject/graduate school: Comparative literature/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Stockholm University

2015

14 November
Björn Sjöstrand:
Att tänka det tekniska: En studie i Derridas teknikfilosofi External link.
Subject: Philosophy, Södertörn University and Uppsala University

2014

24 October
Liudmila Voronova:
Gendering in Political Journalism: A Comparative Study of Russia and Sweden External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Örebro University

17 October
Signe Opermann:
Generational Use of New Media in Estonia External link.
Subject: Media and communication studies
Research project: Audiences in the Age of Media Convergence: Media Generations in Estonia and Sweden

3 October
Ekaterina Kalinina:
Mediated Post-Soviet Nostalgia External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS

27 September
Henriette Cederlöf:
Alien Places in Late Soviet Science Fiction: The "Unexpected Encounters" of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky as Novels and Films External link.
Subject/graduate school: Comparative literature/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Stockholm University

9 May
Markus Huss:
Motståndets akustik: Språk och (o)ljud hos Peter Weiss 1946–1960 External link.
Subject/graduate school: Comparative literature/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Stockholm University

14 February
Carina Guyard:
Kommunikationsarbete på distans External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS

2013

18 January
Fredrik Stiernstedt:
Från radiofabrik till mediehus: Medieförändring och medieproduktion på MTG-radio External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Örebro University

2012

5 October
Linus Andersson:
Alternativ television: Former av kritik i konstnärlig TV-produktion External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Örebro University

1 June
Anne Kaun:
Civic experiences and public connection: Media and young people in Estonia External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Örebro University

23 March
Peter Jakobsson:
Öppenhetsindustrin External link.
Subject/graduate school: Media and communication studies/BEEGS, Södertörn University and Örebro University
Research project: Digital Media Cultures. Audiences, Lifestyles and Generations in the Age of Digital Reproduction

2011

21 January
Anders Bartonek:
Philosophie im Konjunktiv: Nichtidentität als Ort der Möglichkeit des Utopischen in der negativen Dialektik Theodor W. Adornos (Subjunctive Philosophy: Nonidentity as the Place for the Possibility of the Utopian in the Negative Dialectics of Theodor W. Adorno) External link.
Subject/graduate school: Philosophy/BEEGS

18 December
Carl Cederberg:
Resaying the Human: Levinas Beyond Humanism and Antihumanism External link.
Subject/graduate school:
Philosophy/BEEGS

Publications

Publications from Critical and Cultural Theory are published on an ongoing basis in the DiVA publication database External link, opens in new window..

Project database

Current research projects in Södertörn University’s database for research projects are published here on an ongoing basis. (If the list is empty, there are currently no ongoing projects in the database.)

Politics and aesthetics

Contemporary post-Soviet popular music

Vulnerable Memory in a Prospective Monument, Memorial and Museum

Remember us To Life

Identity, Heritage and Memory in the Wake of a Nationalistic Turn.

Traces of oblivion

Consequences of Automated Decision-making for Democratic Values

Automating Welfare in the Baltic Sea Region

News perceptions and practices among young adults in times of transition

What is news?

Photojournalism and visual literacy in Russia and Sweden

Photographic realism in the digital media age

An Excellence Hub in Research, Education and Public Outreach

Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World (ReNEW)