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- 2012-2013 Lecturer at the Department of Economic History, Stockholm University
- 2007-2011 PhD Candidate at the Department of Technology and Social Change, Linköping university
- 2005-2007 PhD Candidate at the Department of Technology and Social Change, Linköping university and the National Institute for Working Life, Norrköping
- 2002-2005 Research assistant at the National Institute for Working Life, Norrköping
- 1998-2002 Master's programme for Social and Cultural Analysis, Linköping university
Gender and violence
Gender, organizations and working life
Critical studies of men and masculinities
Current research project
FAS post doc-project: "Meeting men exposed to partner violence: Professional strategies and perceptions of men, gender and violence in three organizational settings"
VR project: "Gender and medical simulators: urological practices in a simulator for prostate surgery from a gender-, knowledge- and organizational perspective" (with Ericka Johnson, PI, and Marial Björkman)
I was a teacher at the International Master´s Programme in Science, Technology and Society, where I designed and taught the module "Methods for the thesis". My main areas of teaching were gender studies, gender and technology, academic writing and methods in the social sciences. From 2007 to 2009, I was also the assistant study director of the International Masters Programme in Science, Technology and Society. In the fall of 2009, I took part in an Erasmus Teaching Exchange at University of East London, lecturing at their Master's programme.
During 2012 I taught International Relations for two semesters at the Department of Economic History, Stockholm University. I was responsible for courses in theories and methos in international relations, supervised B- and C-level student essays and taught theories of science at one of the department´s master´s courses.
Alma Persson (Deputy Senior Lecturer)
Tel: +46 13-28 6668
E-post:Alma Persson <email@example.com>
Department of Gender studies
S-581 83 LINKÖPING
+46(0)13-28 66 68
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