Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture

Research

The research activities of the department is focused on gender, social, and cultural aspects of science and technology. 

The research topics are diverse, covering a wide range of techno-scientific phenomena, and gender and equality issues, historically as well as from a contemporary perspective. The main emphasis is on cultural changes as a starting point for asking new questions about fields of study that the research focuses on

The department strives towards a collectively oriented research culture, where people actively collaborate in their research work. The department has proven successful in maintaining a large share of external funding.

 

The Center for Gender Studies

- Primary focus on gender and cultural studies

The Center for Technology and Society

- Primary focus on science and technology studies

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PhD programme in Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture

The Department of Interdisciplinary studies of Culture has the responsibility for two PhD courses; KULT8850/8851 "Theories of Science" and KULT8860/8861 "Talk, Text and Interpretation, Doctoral Course in Design and Methodology". 

Follow this link to read more about the PhD programme