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Subject Area

Contemporary, transnational and transatlantic history; politics, economy and culture with a focus on state-private networks and civil society in global governance and diplomacy (elite networks; churches; labor movement): Marshall Plan, Cold War, Anti-Communism, and Americanization.

Employment

Postdoc.
- The Saxo Institute, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen 2014-2016.

PhD Fellow.
- Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen 2010-2013.

History teacher.
– Oehlenschlægersgades Skole (Copenhagen), 2009.

Education

PhD Fellow.
- Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen 2010-2013.

Master of Arts (candidatus magisterii), history and philosophy.
- University of Copenhagen, 2004-2008.

Bachelor, history and philosophy.
- University of Copenhagen, 2000-2004.

Stay at Foreign Research and Archival Institutions

Visiting Research Scholar, July 2016.
- Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII (Bologna).
 
Archival research, July-August 2015.
- Princeton University Library (Princeton), Lutheran Archives Center (Philadelphia), the Presbytarian Historical Society (Philadelphia), UN Archives (New York), Rockefeller Archive Center (Sleepy Hollow), National Archives at Colledge Park, Maryland (Washington D.C.)
 
Archival research, June, 2015.
- The World Council of Churches Archives (Geneve).

Archival research, December, 2014.
- The World Council of Churches Archives (Geneve).

Archival Research, September 2013.
- Accademia di Danimarca/Archivio Segreto Vaticano.

Archival research, May 2012.
- IMF Archives and World Bank Archives (Washington D.C.), and Rockefeller Archive Center (Sleepy Hollow).

Visiting Research Scholar, Spring Semester 2011.
- City University of New York.

Archival research, Spring Semester, 2011.
- Rockefeller Archive Center (Sleepy Hollow), Jimmy Carter Library (Atlanta), National Archives at College Park, Maryland (Washington), Ford Foundation Archives (New York).
 
Archival Research, June 2010.
- The Trilateral Commission, European Headquarter (Paris).

Archival research, July-August 2006.
- George Meany Memorial Archives (Washington), National Archives (Washington), Hoover Institution (Palo Alto), Ford Foundation (New York).

Grants, Stipends etc.

CEMES-grant for "Borders, Networks, and Organisations through the 20th Century", 2nd Conference of the New Diplomatic History Network: University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University, Aalborg University, 24-26 November, 2016
- Centre for Modern European Studies

Grant for the Danish Interdisciplinary Research Network “New Diplomacy”. 18,000 DKK.
- Saxo Institute, 2014. 

Post-Doctoral Stipend. 1,295,000 DKK.
- The Carlsberg Foundation, 2014.

Travel Stipend. 19,000 DKK.
- The Danish Institute in Rome, 2013.               

Grant-in-Aid for Research.$4000.
- Rockefeller Archive Center, 2012.

Professor Ludvig Wimmer and Wife’s Grant. In total, 9,700 DKK.
- Professor Ludvig Wimmer and Wife’s Grant, 2011-12.

PhD Travel Grant. 35,000 DKK.
- Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, 2010.

PhD Stipend. 1,200,000 DKK.
- The Danish Research Council (Culture and Communication), 2010.

Funds for publishing the research monograph Amerikaniseringen af den danske fagbevæglse. 117,500 DKK.
- Various Danish foundations and trade union funds, 2010.

Grants for archival research in the US. 18,000 DKK.
- Various Danish trade unions funds, 2006. 

Grant. 5,000 DKK.
- Carlsberg’s Memorial Grant, 2006. 

Travel Stipend for Students in the Humanities. 10,000 DKK.
- University of Copenhagen, 2006.

Funds for publishing the magazine Det ny Clarté. 35.000 DKK.
- Various Danish foundations, 2005.

Funds for publishing the book kapitalen.com.40.000 DKK.
- Various Danish foundations, 2004.


Research Associations and network

  • The Danish interdisciplinary research network “New Diplomacy” (2014-15).

  • Member of “Socialism and Religion in the Twentieth Century” (2014-).

  • Member of “The Cold War Challenge to Christian Churches” (2013-).

  • Member of the Transatlantic Studies Association (2010-).

  • Member of the Danish Historical Association (2001-).

  • Member of the Society for Contemporary Historical Research, Denmark (2008-).

Participation in Conferences, Seminars, etc. (with paper submission)

"Borders, Networks, and Organisations through the 20th Century", 2nd Conference of the New Diplomatic History Network
- University of Copenhagen, University of Aarhus, University of Aalborg, University of Leiden, November 24-26, 2016.
 
15th Annual Transatlantic Studies Association Conference
- TSA, Middleburg, July 6-8, 2015.

14th Annual Transatlantic Studies Association Conference
- TSA, Middleburg, July 6-8, 2015.

Workshop, the transdisciplinary Danish research network “Nyt diplomati”
- March 13, 2015.

The conference ”New Perspectives on ’the Epoch-Making Decade’”
- University of Copenhagen, November 29-30, 2012

Congress of Danish Sociologist
- At Aarhus University, January 19-20 2012

The seminary “Transatlantic and Inter-European relations: networks, discourses and opinion formation”
- Københavns Universitet, September 30, 2011

8th Nordic Summer School in Contemporary History
- Aarhus University, August 2010.

‘Take-Off’ Conference, the Collective Research Project “An Epoch-Making Decade: ‘The Long 1970s’ and European-Transatlantic Transformation Processes in Political Culture, Discourse and Power”
- University of Copenhagen, October 2010.

Invited Guest Lectures and Presentations

Public Talks


Teaching Qualifications and Experience

Taught the BA-Course "Global History".
- Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, Spring Semester 2016.

Design and teaching of the MA-Course “Non-governmental Actors, Democracy and Diplomacy in the 20th Century”.
- Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, Spring Semester, 2015.

Completed “Higher Education Teaching and Learning Training” (adjunktpædagogikum)
- Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, Spring Semester 2015.

Taught the BA-Course “Global History”.
- Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, Spring Semester 2014.

Completed the PhD-Course “Practical Teaching Skills”.
- Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, 2010.

Co-designed and taught the BA-Course “The US post-1945: From the Liberal Consensus to the Conservative Movement, from the Cold War to the War on Terror”
- Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, Fall Semester, 2010.


Academic Organizational Experience

Main Organizer of "Borders, Networks, and Organisations through the 20th Century", 2nd Conference of the New Diplomatic History Network
- Centre for Modern European Studies/University of Copenhagen, University of Aarhus, University of Aalborg, November 24-26, 2016.

Research Management at UCPH – A Leadership Course, August-December
- University of Copenhagen, August-December 2016.

Main organizer of the workshop “New Diplomacy”.
- Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, March 13.

Establishing and running the Danish interdisciplinary research network “New Diplomacy”.
- Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, 2014-15.

Co-organized the PhD course “Social Network Analysis in Historical Studies”.
- Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, 2011.


Editorial Experience

Editor/Initiator
- The Magazine "The New Clarté", 2006-08.

Trainee on the Editorial Board
- Tiderne Skifter, Publishing House, 2004.


Main Media Appearances

Newspapers: Berlingske Tidende, BT, Børsen, Ekstra Bladet, Information, Kristelig Dagblad, Politiken, Weekendavisen.

Radio: P1 Morgen, P1 Faglitteratur, Aflytttet (Radio 24syv), Radioavisen (P1), P3, P4, Den2Radio.

Tv: Aftenshowet (DR1), DR2 Nyheder, Go' Aften Danmark (TV2), Go' Morgen Danmark (TV2), TVavisen (DR1), 21Søndag (DR1), TV2News, TV2Nyhederne.

Other: Mandag Morgen, Modkraft.dk, Universitetsavisen.

Inter. media: Lenta.ru (online magazine).


Foreign Languages

English:
Spoken: fluent.
Written: fluent.
 
Spanish:
Spoken: intermediate level.
Written: able to read and translate from.
 
Swedish:
Spoken: intermediate level.
Written: able to read and translate from.
 
Norwegian:
Spoken: intermediate level.
Written: able to read and translate from.

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