Since the beginning of 2018 I am doing my PhD education at the Department of Gender Studies within the frame of Beyond Racism, a research project financed by the Swedish Research Council. I hold a master’s degree in Sociology from Lund University.
Main research interests:
- Anti-Semitism and racism
- Psychosocial theory
Current research and teaching
Within the framework of my doctoral project, I am interested in anti-Semitism in contemporary Sweden. I am particularly interested in the relation between anti-Semitism and the Swedish nation, and other forms of racism. Theoretically, I am interested in psychosocial theory, but also in theories within the academic field of Critical Race Studies.
I teach at the A- and B-level courses in Gender Studies. As of the spring of 2020, I am also the course coordinator of SASA16, ”Gender, Social Change and Modernity in Sweden/Scandinavia”, offered to exchange students.
Hansalbin Sältenberg is a PhD student in Gender Studies and has a master degree in Sociology.
“An outsider within the nation? Jewish identity and anti-Jew racism in contemporary Sweden”
PhD project on anti-Semitism in contemporary Sweden, financed by the Swedish Research Council.