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Andreas Mørkved Hellenes

Postdoc

Profile photoAndreas Mørkved Hellenes
Postdoc
Institut for Kultur og Samfund - Historie, fag
Postaddresse:
Jens Chr. Skous Vej 5
1461, 421
8000
Aarhus C
Danmark
E-mail: amh@cas.au.dk
Mobil: +4745225586

Projekter

Nordic model(s) in the Global Circulation of Ideas, 1970-2020

Hellenes, A. M., Rom-Jensen, B. Z., Hilson, M. & Marklund, C.

Publications

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “’New Gustavians’. Sweden, Europe and the return of the 18th century during the 1990s crisis”, Culture Unbound, vol 13, n 2, 2020 (forthcoming)

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, Haakon Ikonomou, Carl Marklund and Ada Nissen, “Introduction: Remodelisations of Scandinavia inside and outside of the region”, Culture Unbound, vol 13, n 2, 2020 (forthcoming)

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “Tracing the Nordic model. French creations, Swedish appropriations and Nordic articulations”, in Haldor Byrkjeflot, Mads Mordhorst, Lars Mjøset and Klaus Pedersen (eds), The Making and Circulation of Nordic Models, Ideals and Images, Routledge: London, 2021 (accepted/in press)

Nikolas Glover and Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “A ‘Swedish Offensive’ at the World’s Fairs: Advertising, Social Reformism and the Roots of Swedish Cultural Diplomacy, 1935–1939”, Contemporary European History, 2020 (accepted/in press)

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “Pilgrims and Missionaries of Social Peace: Geneva and Pontigny as Sites of Scandinavian Internationalism in Late Interwar Europe”, Nordic Journal of Educational History, vol 7, n 2, 2020

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, Fabricating Sweden. Studies in Swedish public diplomacy in France from the 1930s to the 1990s, PhD dissertation, Sciences Po Paris and University of Oslo: Paris and Oslo, 2019

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes and Carl Marklund, “Sweden Goes Global: Francophonie, Palme, and the North- South Dialogue during the Cold War”, Histoire@Politique. Politique, société, culture, n 35, 2018

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “La diplomatie numérique, outil de promotion de la marque Suède”, Ina Global (July 2016)

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “L’Institut suédois et l’image de la Suède à Paris après la Deuxième Guerre mondiale”, Revue d’histoire nordique, n 19, 2016

Andreas Mørkved Hellenes, “Culture et information. Le Centre culturel suédois et sa creation”, in Sylvain Briens and Mickaëlle Cedergren (eds), Médiations interculturelles entre la France et la Suède: Trajectoires et circulations de 1945 à nos jours, Stockholm University Press: Stockholm, 2015

Education and degrees completed

2012-2019 PhD in history at Sciences Po Paris, France and University of Oslo (UiO), Norway
- Title: Fabricating Sweden. Studies in Swedish public diplomacy in France from the 1930s to the 1990s (defended 12 April 2019).
2014-2015 Visiting research student at Downing College and the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, UK.
2010 M.A. in history and political theory, Sciences Po Paris.
2008 B.A in European studies, UiO.

Academic career

2019-t.t.d. Postdoc in history Aarhus University (AU).

2018-t.t.d. External lecturer, Sciences Po Paris, Reims campus

2018–2019 Researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History, Södertörn University (SH).
-Project: From Geneva to Pontigny. ‘Nordic Democracy’ in late interwar Europe (externally funded, see below)

2017 Teaching assistant at the Centre for history, Sciences Po Paris

Teaching experience

2021 (Spring term): “Scandinavia in the world”, course for graduate students, Aarhus University

2021 (January): “Transatlantic relations”, Winter School in International History for undergraduate students, Sciences Po Paris

2020 (Spring term): “Scandinavia in the world”, course for graduate students, Aarhus University

2020 (January): “Transatlantic relations”, Winter School in International History for undergraduate students, Sciences Po Paris

2019 (January): “Transatlantic relations”, Winter School in International History for undergraduate students, Sciences Po Paris

2018 (January): "Transatlantic relations”, Winter School in International History for undergraduate students, Sciences Po Paris

2017 (Spring term): “Post-1945 International Relations: The Global Cold War”, course for undergraduate students, Sciences Po Paris

Languages

Fluent in Norwegian, French and English. Proficient knowledge in German.
Basic reading knowledge in Italian and Dutch.

Financial grants and stipends

2018-2019: Vera and Greta Oldbergs Stiftelse, Letterstedtska föreningen and Stockholm Arbeterareinstitutsförening: From Geneva to Pontigny. ‘Nordic Democracy’ in late interwar Europe: total 177.000 SEK.

2018: Mobility grant from Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World (ReNEW). Four months as a visiting researcher at SH, Institute for Contemporary History: 41.800 NOK.

2014-2015: Mobility grants from the Faculty of Humanities, UiO, and Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund. Eight months as a visiting research student at the University of Cambridge: total 62.000 NOK.

2014: Mobility grants from the Centre franco-norvégien (CfN) and Georges Sautreaus legat for doctoral research in France: total 63.376 NOK.

2014: Stipend from Professor Morgenstierne legat for participation in an international conference, 10.000 NOK.

2012-2013: Mobility grants from Thorleif Dahls legat, the Centre franco-norvégien (CfN) and Eva and Erik Ankers legat for doctoral research in France: total 97.760 NOK.