Researcher and lecturer at UCGS and the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies. Current project concerns the philosophy of history and the relation between historical writing, social movements and legal changes. Focus is on temporal claims, legitimising ontologies and political subjecitivication. A side-project concerns the hegemonic status of hermeneutics within historical research.
My main areas of interest are Feminist theory and critical philosophy of history.
PhD. in History from Lund University in 2005. My thesis (The Laws of Desire: Modern Governmental Reports and the Genealogy of Heteronormativity) is an analysis of public governmental reports concerning deviant sex and desire in a modern liberal democracy.
I have mainly worked within Gender Studies and lectured on all levels at Lund University, Malmö College and Umeå University.