I am a social scientist with a background in Economic History, International Relations and Development Studies. My research primarily concerns resistance and social movements. It covers agrarian movements in the Global South, urban riots the Global North, as well as political thought developed in transnational anarchism and fascism. At the Department of Sociology I currently teach qualitative and quantitative research methods. I also supervise bachelor’s thesis writing in social psychology.
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