Tereza ØSTBØ Kuldova, PhD

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Jardar N. Østbø, PhD

Christin Thea Wathne, PhD

Research Professor

Work Research Institute

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

tereza.kuldova@oslomet.no

disciplines: social anthropology, critical theory, ultra-realist criminology, South Asian studies

areas of interest: intelligent surveillance, artificial intelligence, algorithmic governance, power and labour, inequality, organized crime, policing, subcultures, philanthropy, elites, luxury, consumption, consumerism

Associate Professor

Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

jaostbo@mil.no

disciplines: Russian studies, cultural studies, critical theory

areas of interest: securitisation, social media and demonstration, policing protest, Russian nationalism and security policy, moral cultures, elites, political economy, power relations, crime-politics nexus

Research Professor ​

Work Research Institute

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

wach@oslomet.no

disciplines: sociology, criminology, management and organizations

areas of interest: law enforcement, security, surveillance, labour rights and work organization, New Public Management, governance, the Nordic Model of co-determination, worplace surveillance, digitization and society, social impacts of artificial intelligence 

Aleksandra bartoszko, PhD

Eivind Falkum, PhD

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Bitten Nordrik

Associate Professor

Faculty of Social Studies

VID Specialized University

aleksandra.bartoszko@vid.no

disciplines: social anthropology, medical anthropology, legal anthropology, STS

areas of interest: life quality, drug use, legality, harm reduction, risk, medical surveillance, social work and policy, algorithmic governance, biometric technologies, health

Research Professor ​

Work Research Institute

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

eivind.falkum@oslomet.no 

disciplines: sociology, organizational theory, anthropology of labour

areas of interest: digitization and labour, the Nordic Model, political economy, workplace democracy, institutional change, industrial and corporate relations, decision-making, power, labour organization, technological change

Researcher​

Work Research Institute

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

bitten.nordrik@oslomet.no

disciplines: sociology, organizational theory, management

areas of interest: leadership and management, workplace surveillance, conflict, digitization and labour, the Nordic Model, political economy, workplace democracy, decision-making, power, institutional and technological change, HR and artificial intelligence 

Paulo cruz terra, PhD

Heidi enehaug, PhD

Pramod K. Nayar, PHD

Professor

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil

pauloterra@gmail.com

disciplines: labour history, slavery studies, legal history

areas of interest: legislation, surveillance policies, punishment, anti-vagrancy policy, labour relations, protest, technology and labour

Senior Researcher

Work Research Institute

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

heidi.enehaug@oslomet.no 

disciplines: sociology, organizational theory, anthropology of labour

areas of interest: action research, digitization and labour, the Nordic Model, political economy, workplace democracy, institutional change, labour organization, technological change

Professor​

Department of English Literature

University of Hyderabad, India

disciplines: literary and cultural theory, English literature

areas of interest: ecocriticism, surveillance, human rights and literature, postcolonial studies, emotions, everyday cultures, new media and cybercultures, consumerism, digital cultures, India

Aurelija PUraitE, PhD

Kjetil Klette Bøhler, PhD

Jacqueline clare mallett, PHD

Associate Professor ​

Vice-Dean for Science

Academy of Public Security

Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

aurelija.puraite@gmail.com

disciplines: international public law, human rights law, administrative law​

areas of interest: law enforcement, public security, digitization and society, impacts of artificial intelligence to human rights

Senior Researcher

Norwegian Social Research

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

Kjetil.Bohler@oslomet.no

disciplines: interdisciplinary musicology, ethno-musicology, cultural studies

areas of interest: music, aesthetics, politics, Latin America, unemployment, participatory democracy, music and technology, governmentality

Assistant Professor​

School of Technology

Reykjavik University, Iceland

jackyru.is

disciplines: multi-disciplinary computer science, machine learning, economy

areas of interest: application of network and signal processing techniques, deep learning, computer simulation, banking systems, financial markets

DAVIDE CASCIANO, PHD

Teaching Assistant of Social Anthropology


University of Bologna, Italy

davide@casciano.info

disciplines: social anthropology, peace and conflict studies, STS, African studies

areas of interest: conflict managment and religion, armed conflicts, religion and pentecostalism, law enforcement, private security, surveillance and security policy, internet and cybercultures, technology and culture, governmentality

 

http://davide.casciano.info

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Stephanie Hobbis, PhD

Assistant Professor

Wageningen University, the Netherlands

stephanie.hobbis@wur.nl

 

disciplines: sociocultural anthropology, development studies, peace studies, Asia-Pacific, island studies

 

areas of Interest: critical digital anthropometry, biometric technologies, infrastructures, power relations, governance in and beyond states, development interventions, rural-urban continuum, politico-religious uncertainty, food

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Geoffrey hobbis, PHD

Assistant Professor

University of Groningen, the Netherlands

g.g.a.hobbis@rug.nl

 

disciplines: sociocultural and digital Anthropology, media studies, technography, Oceania, island studies

 

areas of Interest: critical digital anthropometry, sociotechnical systems, body techniques, biometric technologies, kinship, sharing economies, off-grid internets, media ecologies, moral cultures

Per bonde hansen, PHD

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Shivangi Narayan

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SIMON EGBERT, PHD

Senior Researcher 

Work Research Institute

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University

Per-Bonde.Hansen@oslomet.no

disciplines: history of ideas, labour history

areas of interest: capitalism, organization of labour, labour rights and regulation, Nordic model of work organization, digitalization, workplace monitoring, platform capitalism, unorganized labour

 

PhD Fellow

Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

 

shivangi.narayan@gmail.com 

 

disciplines: sociology, social anthropology

 

areas of Interest: AI, Policing, Digital Identification, Biometric Identification (India's Aadhaar), Surveillance, State, Bureaucracy 

Postdoctoral Researcher

Institute of Sociology

Technische Universität Berlin

simon.egbert@tu-berlin.de 

disciplines: sociology, science and technology studies, criminology, security studies, surveillance studies

 

areas of interest: predictive security practices, epistemology of machine learning, algorithmic decision-making, sociology of testing

mini m abraham, PHD

Sigurd M. N. Oppegaard

IGNAS KALPOKAS, PHD

Assistant Professor &

Coordinator, Internal Quality Assurance Cell

Department of English

Bharata Mata College Kochi

Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India

mini@bharatamatacollege.in

disciplines: literary and cultural studies, English as a second language, English literature

areas of interest: Indian English literature, evaluation framework in higher education, AI and quantification in higher educational ranking frameworks and assessments, role of humanities, surveillance and society, technology and culture, listening skills in second language learning

 

Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Oslo / Researcher, Fafo Institute for Labour Social Research, Norway

 

s.m.n.oppegaard@sosgeo.uio.no

 

disciplines: sociology, critical theory, industrial relations, sociology of work

 

areas of interest: platform work, digitalization and labor, trade unions, the Nordic model, automation of work, capitalism, organization of labor, labor process analysis

Associate Professor

 

Department of Public Communication, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania

ikalpokas@lcc.lt 

 

disciplines: political communication, communication theory, socio-technical approaches to communication

 

areas of interest: platform and algorithmic governance, information manipulation, online propaganda and conspiracy theories, social and political impact of big data, algorithmic bias, posthumanist theory, digital transformations of personal identity, digital transformations of political leadership

TESSA DIPHOORN, PHD

Assistant Professor

 

Department of Cultural Anthropology, Utrecht University

T.G.Diphoorn@uu.nl

disciplines: anthropology, African studies, critical criminology

areas of interest: policing, private security, violence, sovereignty/power, ethnography, inequality, performativity, urban studies, materiality

 

HELENE O. I. GUNDHUS, PHD

Professor

 

Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Oslo 

h.o.i.gundhus@jus.uio.no

disciplines: criminology, critical security studies, police sociology

areas of interest: policing, police culture, security, crime prevention, risk assessments, professionalism, knowledge/expertise and power, digital criminology

 

daniel maul, PHD

Professor

Department of Archeology, Conservation and History

University of Oslo


daniel.maul@iakh.uio.no


 

Disciplines: international and transnational history, social and economic history, cultural history

Areas of Interest: working conditions, social inequality, past future(s) of work, global social policy, welfare state, international organizations, development, human rights, humanitarianism and philanthropy.

tomas salem

PhD fellow

 

Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen, Norway

Tomas.Salem@uib.no

 

disciplines: social anthropology, critical security studies, gender studies.

 

areas of interest: policing, state formation, post-colonial theory, masculinity, authoritarianism, happiness and wellbeing.

Thomas Raymen, Phd

ANTHONY LLOYD, Phd

Associate Professor

Department of Humanities & Social Science, Teesside University, UK

Anthony.Lloyd@tees.ac.uk

disciplines: criminology, sociology, zemiology

areas of interest: work and employment, social harm, consumerism, political economy, labour exploitation, migration, urban sociology

Senior Lecturer 

Department of Social Sciences, Northumbria University, UK

thomas.raymen@northumbria.ac.uk

 

disciplines: critical criminology, zemiology, leisure studies, theoretical psychoanalysis

 

areas of interest: Deviant leisure, social harm, luxury, consumerism, post-liberalism, gambling, environmental crisis, violence

Mikkel flyverbom, phd

Professor

​​Department of Management, Society and Communication

Copenhagen Business School

mf.msc@cbs.dk

disciplines: communication, governance, STS

areas of interest: digital transformations, datafication, transparency, visibility, algorithmic governance and politics