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  1. Vohnsen, Nina Holm

    Administration and bureaucracy (basic income, poverty politics, poverty-work), Legal system, Organisation and management theory, Relationship between state and municipalities, State, Region and Municipality (absurdity, bureaucracy, crafting of documents, development theory, evidence-based policy-making, Implementation theory, labour-market legislation, piloting, policy-making)

    • Venhovens, Mikel Johannes Hubertus

      Caucasus (Abkhazia, Georgia,), Conflict (Violence), Ethnicity, Identity, Nationalism, Power and politics (Biopolitics, Borderization, Governmentality,), Qualitative Methods (Wellbeing during Fieldwork), The state (Nation Building,, State Building)

      • Frederiksen, Martin Demant

        Conflict (Postconflict, Social change, Violence), Criminality, History of anthropological theory (Critical phenomenology, Materiality, Temporality), Other countries (Balkans, Black Sea, Caucasus, Croatia, Republic of Georgia), Philosophy of science for the humanities (Nihilism, Scepticism), Power and politics, Society and citizens (corruption), Urban history (Brokenness, Contemporary Archeology, Decay, Fragmentation)

        • Eilenberg, Michael

          Climate and society (Sustainability), Democracy and Citizens (Decentralization and local politics, Development ), Democracy and power, Ethnography, Greenhouse gasses (including CO2) (REDD+ Initiative), Other countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Tanzania, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Afrika), State, Region and Municipality (state formation in Southeast Asia), Underdeveloped countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Tanzania)

          • Bræmer Warburg, Anna

            Criminality (Organized Crime, Radicalization, Terrorism), Denmark, Ethnography, Other countries (Philippines), Power and politics, Security (Military, Police), The state, Violence

            • Ammann, Theresa

              Conflict (Ex-combatants, Mediation, Peacebuilding, Restorative Justice), Critical theory (New materialism, Posthumanism, STS Studies), Denmark, Ethnography (Autoethnography), Gender (Intersectionality, UNSCR 1325, Victim-perpetrator dichotomy), Interviews, Narratives of illness (Ebola), Participant observation, Security (Critical Security Studies, Feminist Security Studies, Human Security, Security Studies), West Africa (Liberia)