The Carlsberg Foundation’s Distinguished Postdoc Fellowships | 21/06/2019
By Danita Catherine Burke | In 2014 the fallout of the Crimea conflict between Russia and Ukraine seeped into Arctic cooperation and threatened the foundation of diplomacy within the Arctic Council. This project explored the role of daily practices and the forum’s club format in order to explain how the Arctic Council maintains its unity and status.
The Carlsberg Foundation's 'Semper Ardens' Fellowships within the Humanities and Social Sciences | 09/04/2019
The study is built around the thesis that witchcraft was constructed by means of a range of media in which gender, emotions and experience acted as important drivers, and in which Christian IV’s notion of what constituted a ‘good’ Lutheran king were centre stage. At this interface, the persecution of those suspected of witchcraft was not simply possible, but unavoidable.
The Carlsberg Foundation’s Distinguished Associate Professor Fellowships | 08/04/2019
Rasmus Glenthøj | Victory has 100 fathers and defeat is an orphan. This is certainly true of the Second Schleswig War. All political parties in Denmark washed their hands and blamed their political opponent or foreign powers. The aim of this project is to explore the political narratives that they created and how they have affected Danish politics, historiography, art, and national identity in the last 150 years.
Semper Ardens Fellowship | 27/02/2019
Asbjørn Sonne Nørgaard | Not all citizens are equally engaged in politics, and only few citizens pursue a political career. Differences in social resources partially explains why. But psychological dispositions seem equally important. Voters’ personality traits are associated with differences in political trust and engagement, and the typical politician is much more outgoing and assertive than the average voter.
HM Queen Margrethe II’s Distinguished Postdoc Fellow | 11/05/2018
The subject of Anglo-Danish portraiture has previously received little attention from researchers and so the aim of the project was to expand our knowledge on the nature and degree of artistic interaction between the two nations from the Renaissance and the 20th century in the field of portraiture.
Other Research Project | 23/04/2018
The great Danish linguists presented here have reflected intensely on the change and diversification of language, and their works have had consequences for the principles of Danish orthography, for what we mean by Danish, and for how we (also internationally) understand the relationship between different languages and different stages of a language.
Other Research Project | 06/04/2018
This article outlines a new research project concerning the American system of presidential libraries and their role in the creation of presidential legacies. It also discusses, in more general terms, some of the ways in which memories and commemorations of past presidents are being constructed, institutionalised – and sometimes weaponised.
Other Research Project | 06/03/2018
Anders Johannes Hansen | This research project aims to characterise the gut microbiome of the dog and closely related wild-living species, the grey wolf and the red fox to investigate if the composition of the microbiome could be linked to domestication.
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