INTERPRETING is the first Danish project with a sociolinguistic perspective on the use of interpreters by the public sector.
Collaborative migration research projects with participation of researchers at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen:
The Velux Core Group Project is an interdisciplinary research project, which explores migrants’ widespread, varied and innovative digital practices as they navigate through and in the European border regime, and potentially create networks of solidarity and remake migration.
Marie Sandberg is the leader of subproject 3 on DIGINAUTS in the Öresund region. Participant: Nina Grønlykke Mollerup, Saxo.
The interdisciplinary research network gathers researchers from 6 different countries. Through a selection of six European locales, the network will explore the different ways of doing solidarity work in European everyday life, in support of refugees coming to Europe.
PI: Marie Sandberg
This project explores how the everyday inclusion of newcomers in a Danish rural area is shaped by precarities of work and place.
PI: Birgitte Romme Larsen, Associate professor, AU
This EU HORIZON 2020 RESEARCH PROJECT is organized around 11 work packages, where one is located at MCC.
Project at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communication with the overall aim of developing new fields of study for educational research that can capture the intersections and dynamics between issues/objects of welfare work, migration and state (trans)formation processes across different national, regional, local and institutional settings and contexts.
PI: Bolette Moldenhawer
Forskningsprojekt finansieret af bevillinger fra Det Frie Forskningsråd | Kultur og Kommunikation og Det Frie Forskningsråds Sapere Aude karriereprogram DFF-Ung Eliteforsker 2012.
Interdisciplinary research project making Denmark the first country in the world to map its evolutionary, demographic and health history. Combining natural science and humanities the project can add new views to Danish and European debates on heritage, identity, national affiliations and cultural and historical understandings.
PI: Professor Eske Willerslev, Natural History Museum of Denmark