Associate Professor, Head of Unit
My research concerns the conditions and geographies of knowledge production. Currently, I am engaged in a research project where we focus on ethical aspects of the digitization of, what is perceived as, vulnerable cultural heritage.
So much of our lives depend on technology. The development and use of technology creates possibilities as well as social, ethical and political dilemmas. That’s what we study at Tema T – Technology and Social Change.
In an increasingly complicated world, there is a need for researchers that can handle both breadth and depth, and can collaborate across disciplinary borders. Major societal questions are studied from an interdisciplinary perspective at TEMA.
Linköping University, LiU, offers innovative education and boundary-crossing research. The students are among the most desirable in the labour market and international rankings consistently place LiU as a leading global university.