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  1. Albertsen, Andreas Brøgger

    Applied ethics and bioethics/environmental ethics (Health behaviour, health policy, luck egalitarianism, personal responsibility), Concept of democracy (political equality, voting advice application), Ethics and moral philosophy in antiquity, Health, Health systems, Medical ethics (deemed consent, organ donation, organ markets, organ shortage, presumed consent, priority rules), Other areas of financing, Philosophy/history of health

    • Borkfelt, Sune

      Advertising (Persuasion), Applied ethics and bioethics/environmental ethics (Animal ethics), Cultural history (Animals in history, History of slaughterhouses, Hunting), Empires and colonies, Market communication (Communication ethics, Persuasion), Market communication (Communication ethics, Persuasion), Text theory and analysis (American literature, Animals in literature, British literature, Critical Animal Studies, Ecocriticism, Empathy and literature, Human-Animal Studies, Postcolonial literature, Postcolonial theory, discourse and culture analysis, Zoocriticism)

      • Hornbek, Birgitte Rasmussen

        Anthropology, Cultural forms of expression (Fashion.), Everyday life (The phsychopathology of everyday life), Fashion, Globalisation (Exile and globalization. Globalisering-homeland. Theories of space and place. Emotional geografi.), High and low culture (Taste and distaste. Karnevalism.), History of aesthetics after 1735, Identity (Identity and place.), Late Antiquity and Christian ethics (The seven deadly sins. The sin of sloth.), Literary epochs (Realism. Modernism.), Literary institutions, Modernity, Photography (Photography and memory), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Peotics of melancholy.), Psychology of creativity (Melancholy and creativity. Exile, loss and creativity.), Psychology of crisis and trauma (Eksil), Psychology of emotions (Melancholy. Nostalgia.Ennui. Envy. Sloth. Boredom. Anger), Religious movements (Ascetism. The sven deadly sins), Travel literature, World literature

        • Jensen, Uffe Juul

          Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, Ideology and attitudes, Perceptions of illness (Concepts of disease and of health), Philosophy of natural science (Evidence, Evidence based practice, Philosophy of medicine, Science and politics, Science and society, Science and the humanities), Philosophy/history of health (Development of practices, Good life), Welfare state (Theories of welfare and welfare state)

          • Michelsen, Lea Laura

            Aesthetics and art (Aesthetic analysis, Digital aesthetics), Applied ethics and bioethics/environmental ethics (Digital ethics), Contemporary art (The art of disappearing), Feminist critique of technology (Activism, Dekolonialisme, Digital Humanities, Digital learning, Posthumanism, Queer theory, Transformative Digital Humanities), History of technology (Anthropometry, Biopolitics, Eugenics, Phrenology, Physiognomic renaissance, Physiognomy), Media (Biometrics, Composite photography, DNA, Facial recognition), Philosophers (Adam Harvey, Alexander Galloway, Bernadette Wegenstein, Bernard Stiegler, Donna Haraway, Elizabeth Freeman, Emmanuel Lévinas, Eugene Thacker, Félix Guattari, Gilles Deleuze, Giorgio Agamben, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Jack Halberstam, Jacques Rancière, Jenny Edkins, Joseph Pugliese, José Esteban Muñoz, Judith Butler, Kelly Gates, Lee Edelman, Lucy Hartley, Mark BN Hansen, Micha Cárdenas, Michel Foucault, Mikkel Bolt, Sandra Kemp, Sara Ahmed, Shoshana Magnet, Zach Blas), Visual culture (Camouflage, Masking ban, Masks, Veils)

            • Nissen, Ulrik

              20th century (Bernhard Waldenfels, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, K. E. Løgstrup, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Michel Henry), Age of Enlightenment (Christian Wolff, Immanuel Kant), Antiquity (Augustine), Applied ethics and bioethics/environmental ethics, Ethical and moral forms of reasoning (Natural law and rights, Responsibity, Virtue ethics), Ethics (Bioethics, Environmental ethics, Political theology), Late Antiquity and Christian ethics, Medical ethics, Modern moral philosophy and moral criticism, Philosophy of religion (Embodiment, Phenomenology, Religious pluralism, Secularization and religion), Reformation (Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon)