Funded projects

Funded projects

NOS-HS workshops

NOS-HS exploratory workshop call 2021 funded projects

The workshop call 2021 received 51 applications, of which 32 projects were funded with a success rate of 63%. The 32 projects cover altogether 91 promising Nordic workshops, taking place in 2022–2023. Max. funding for each workshop series is 43 000 EUR.

Funding decisions were made 3 November 2021. You can find the list of funded workshop series below.


Main applicant Organisation Project title
Broström, Anders Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Exploratory Workshops and the establishment of a Nordic Center for Entrepreneurship Research (NCER)
Brudin Borg, Camilla University of Gothenburg Moving Science towards new Methodological Directions
Bruhn, Jørgen Linnaeus University Media as Infrastructure? Investigating Nordic Ecomedia (MIINE)
Bødker, Henrik Aarhus University Nordic Times and Climate Times: An Exploration of Temporalities in Nordic Climate Change Journalism
Crowther, Karen University of Oslo Establishing the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Physics: Towards a Future-Orientated Philosophy of Science
Frandsen, Kirsten Aarhus University Women in a digitised sports culture
Fritsche, Maria Norwegian University of Science and Technology Cinema, War and Citizenship at the Periphery. Cinemas and their audiences in the Nordic countries, 1935-1950
Hafstein, Valdimar University of Iceland Crafting Food, Soil, Sense and Sociality: Human-Microbial Symbiotic Practices in Everyday Life (CRAFTLIFE)
Hafsteinsson, Sigurjon Baldur University of Iceland The Nordic Turf House: More Than A Human Story
Hanssen, Eirik Normann Frisvold National Library of Norway Feminist film history in Scandinavia: new approaches, methodologies, and connections
Heikkinen, Mervi University of Oulu Intersectional Gender Equality in Academia - Exploring Sustainable Futures in the Arctic North
Heimo, Anne University of Turku Nordic voices: The use of oral history and personal memories in public history settings
Heiselberg, Lene University of Southern Denmark The Nordic MAP Network: Establishing a link between media content and affective polarization in Nordic multiparty systems
Klevjer, Rune University of Bergen Experience and representational content in video games
Lilja, Niina Tampere University Exploring New Materialism for second language learning in the Nordic societies
Lucas, Gavin University of Iceland Poverty and Plenty in the North. Later historical archaeologies of material excess and scarcity in Scandinavia and the North Atlantic
Madsen, Miriam Aarhus University Governing educational pasts, presents, and futures with data
Maliks, Jakob Norwegian University of Science and Technology Educating Active and Democratic Citizens in Challenging Times - Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Social Studies in the Nordic Countries.
Martinez Romera, Beatriz University of Copenhagen Nordic Research Network on Climate Change and Ocean Governance: Understanding International and Regional Ocean Regimes Through the Lens of Climate Change (NeOGov)
Millei, Zsuzsanna Tampere University Microbial Childhoods Collaboratory (MCC): Enlivening critical childhood studies
Mollerup, Nina Grønlykke University of Copenhagen Sensory media anthropology
Petrulevich, Alexandra Uppsala University Linking, Building and Sustaining Humanities Digital Spatial Infrastructures for Research in the Nordic Countries
Raudvere, Catharina University of Copenhagen Contemporary Muslim Lay Piety. Interpretations, Performance and Mobilization
Reijula, Samuli University of Helsinki Nordic network for the science of science
Sariola, Salla University of Helsinki Nordic Network for the Social Study of Microbes
Siggaard Stenbæk, Dea Copenhagen University Hospital Exploring psychological models of psilocybin drug administration
Sippola, Eeva University of Helsinki Linguistics & Sustainability
Skedsmo, Guri University of Oslo Nordic Research on Leadership in Schools in Times of Change (NordLead)
Sørensen, Majken Jul Karlstad University Everyday resistances in the Nordic welfare state - Exploring the methodological potential of Institutional Ethnography
Varjo, Janne University of Helsinki The Governance of Career Guidance Systems in Nordic Countries
Wink, Georg Walter University of Copenhagen New Approaches and Synergies in Nordic Latin-American Studies: Applying Area Studies in a Multipolar World

9 December 2021: One application was removed from the list. The PI decided to decline the funding, as they were awarded funding for the project elsewhere.

Majority of the funded applications came from Denmark (10), Finland (8), Norway (6), Sweden (5), and Iceland (3). Each application had co-applicants from at least two other Nordic countries.

 Funded projects from previous years' calls

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