Institut for Statskundskab

Tine Ravn

Adjunkt

Profile photoTine Ravn
Assistant Professor
Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy
Department of Political Science and Government
Business and Social Sciences (BSS)

Bartholins Allé 7
1332, 115
8000
Aarhus C
Denmark
M: tr@ps.au.dk
T: +4587165892

Education

August 2011 - April 2017:
PhD in social science - Dissertation: “Strategies for life. Lived realities of solo motherhood, kinship and assisted reproduction”.

January 2016:
Visiting research fellow. Center for Family Research. University of Cambridge.

June 2007 - October 2009:
MSc in Sociology. Department of Sociology and Social Work. Aalborg University (AAU).

September 2008 – January 2009:
Sociological specialization at the University of East London (UEL).

August 2004 - June 2007:
BSc in Sociology, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Aalborg University (AAU).


Employment

June 2017 -
Assistant professor at CFA
(Maternity leave December 2017 - November 2018)

June 2016 - June 2017:
Research assistant at CFA

July 2015 – June 2016:
PhD fellow at CFA

November 2014 – July 2015
Research assistant at CFA (on leave from PhD).

Full time participation in the EU project MoRRI (Monitoring the evaluation and benefits of Responsible Research and Innovation).

July 2014 – November 2014
PhD fellow at CFA

February 2014 –July 2014:
Research assistant at CFA (on leave from PhD).

Full time participation in FP7 EU project PE2020 (Public engagement Innovations for Horizon 2020).

August 2011 – February 2014:
PhD fellow at CFA (maternity leave May 2012 to April 2013)

August 2010 – august 2011:
Research assistant at CFA

March 2010 – august 2010:
Consultant, Knowledge Centre of Integration, Vejle.

Research areas

Social, legislative and ethical aspects of medically assisted reproduction (MAR)
Research integrity (RI) and research ethics (RE)
Responsible research and innovation (RRI)
Public engagement with science and technology
Sociology of knowledge
Science, technology and society (STS) studies
Family sociology
Qualitative methods


Supervision areas

Sociology in general (particularly issues related to identity, gender, reproduction and family/kinship formation)
Social, legislative and ethical aspects of medically assisted reproduction (MAR)
Responsible research and research integrity, public engagement with science and technology
Qualitative methods (interview techniques more generally, focus groups, narrative and biographical methods)

Teaching areas

Sociological theory (Foucault, Bourdieu, Goffman, Durkheim, Giddens, Luhmann, Butler, Haraway, sociological analytical strategies)

Biographical narrative method