PhD., Senior Lecturer in Pedagogy. My research focus on emerging educational narratives in contemporary and historical contexts and techniques of grading, testing and large scale assessments imbedded in power apparatuses of society and state, and relations between State, teachers and students.

Related to this, my research also covers education, leadership and management professions and discourses around educational leadership and teachers from historical and philosophical perspectives. My research also covers various societal, youth and popular cultural phenomena closely related to school and education.

Central are educational philosophical inquiries, learning methods and questions of creativity, inquiry and challenges to learning about what we know and what is unknown. My research and teaching is influenced by historical analysis, contemporary investigative methods and thoughts of Michel Foucault and Gilles Deleuze.

Research Projects

You can find previous research projects in the Diva database.