inequality | borders & security | human rights & humanitarianism | (im)mobility
Martin Lemberg-Pedersen has been selected for the Faculty of Social Sciences' Talent Programme for Younger Researchers that starts this fall and includes a diploma in research management, fieldwork, top-level guest research stays, international universities and the organization of an international workshop.
Martin Lemberg-Pedersen will take part in two research packages on entry- and exit policies over the next 4 years under the title ’Advancing Alternative Migration Governance (ADMIGOV)’ and will investigate the forward-looking alternatives to European migration policy.
This project aims to trace the associations between the religious rabbinical interpretation and contextualization of Jewish history in conjunction with the establishment of the Jewish state and the on-going power struggle defining the state and its’ boundaries.
This three-year project examines continuities and ruptures between current and colonial Danish politics on spaces, borders and bodies.
This research programme will contribute new knowledge on why and how Danish youngsters are mobilized by foreign wars.
In contexts of armed conflict and war, women are predominantly depicted as civilians if not victims, whereas men are conceived as active participants; those engaged in violent action.