My research interests are interdisciplinary and have focused on knowledge, gender, science and technology studies, work and knowledge as well as globalization in different constellations at different times. More recently my research focus has been upon teaching, learning and curriculum development in Gender Studies.
My teaching interests are quite broad and I have taught in many if not most of the courses at the department. My interest teaching interest include feminist studies of science and technology, gender, work and technology, social inequalities and globalization, feminist theory and the history and development of gender studies.
Along with teaching at the Department of Gender Studies, I teach within the international programme Master of Science in Social Studies of Gender, at the Faculty of Social Science.
I am a member of the Teaching Academy at the Faculty of Social Sciences since it was launched in 2011 and designated as an Excellent Teaching Practitioner.
University Awards for Teaching:
2005 Lund University Prize for Contributions in Teaching and Educational Development
2002 Prize for the Course of the Year 2001-2002, Faculty of Social Sciences, Lund University, for the pedagogical development and the use of ICTs in the course “Gender, Science, Society, I”.
I am the director for the international programme Master of Science in Social Studies of Gender, at the Faculty of Social Science and am a board member for the Graduate School of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
(fetched from Lund University's publications database)
- A Critical Reflection on Research on Gender, IT and Learning – intersections of pleasures and challenges of interdisciplinary research
- Creating an intellectual space for “European” gender studies – organizational strategies and theoretical challenges: A reflection on the ATHENA thematic network 1998 to 2007
- Har vetenskapen ett kön?
- Methods for Transforming University Curriculum? Explorations of Critical Feminist Pedagogy and University Reform
- ReSisters in Conversation: Representation Responsibility Complexity Pedagogy
- Strategies for Integrating Gender Perspectives into Science and Technology Education: Reflections upon the course “Gender relations in the natural and physical sciences and engineering”