CV

 

Nina Lykke (b. Feb 7, 1949) – Short-CV

Work address: Unit of Gender Studies, Linköping University, SE 58183 Linköping, Sweden

Private address: Kronprinsensgade 9, DK 5000 Odense, Denmark

E-mail: ninly(at)fastmail.fm

 

University exam:

1981: Mag.art. Literary Studies University of Copenhagen, Denmark

 

 Doctoral exam and docent competence.

1992: Dr.Phil. Faculty of Humanities, Odense University, Denmark.

Title of dissertation: Rødhætte og Ødipus. Brikker til en feministisk psykoanalyse (Odense

Universitetsforlag 1989) + Til døden os skiller. Et brudstykke af den feministiske Freud-receptions historie. (Odense Universitetsforlag 1992).

The Danish Dr.Phil. degree awards “jus docendi” (docent competence).

 

 Relevant post doctoral stays

2002 (April-June): BG Bank Denmark, Rome Apartment for Scientists and Artists, Italy.

2006 (Nov-Dec) , Guest Professor, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlshamn, Sweden.

2008 (Sept-Nov), Visiting Scholar, New York Univ., Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality.

2009 (Sept-Nov), Visiting Scholar, New York Univ., Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality.

2018 (March) Visiting Professor, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

 

Present position:

* 1999-2016. Professor of Gender and Culture, Unit of Gender Studies, Dept of Thematic Studies, Linköping University, Sweden.

* From March 1, 2016: Prof. Emerita, Linköping University, Sweden.

 

Previous academic positions:

* 1981-84 Research Fellow, Inst. of Nordic Studies, Odense University, DK.

* 1984-86 Assistant Professor, Centre for Women’s Studies, Odense University, DK.

* 1986-2003 Associate Professor, Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies, Inst. of Literature,

Culture and Media Studies, University of Southern Denmark.

 

Honours:

* 2012-2016: Distinguished Professor for merits in research, education and administration, Linköping University.

* 2016: Honorary Doctor, Karlstad University, Sweden.

 

Research supervision:

 a) PhD supervision

Main supervisor: * Lotte Augustesen, Univ. of Southern Denmark, PhD 1998. * Cathrine Egeland, Univ. of Southern Denmark, PhD 2001. * Lotte Nyboe, Univ. of Southern Denmark, PhD 2004. * Cecilia Åsberg, Linköping Univ., Sweden, PhD, 2005. * Malena Gustavson, Linköping Univ.,Sweden, PhD, 2006. * Wera Grahn, Linköping Univ., Sweden, PhD, 2006. * Stine Adrian, Linköping Univ., Sweden, PhD, 2006. * Anna Lundberg, Linköping Univ., Sweden, PhD, 2008. * Anna Adeniji, Linköping Univ., Sweden, PhD 2008. * Hanna Hallgren, Linköping Univ., Sweden, PhD, 2008. * Katherine Harrison, Linköping Univ., PhD 2010. * Ulrica Engdahl. Linköping Univ., PhD 2011. *Monica Obreja, Linköping Univ., PhD 2012. *Emma Strollo, Linköping Univ. PhD 2013. *Redi Koobak. Linköping Univ., PhD 2013. *Alyosxa Tudor. Linköping Univ. PhD 2014. *Wibke Straube. Linköping Univ. PhD 2014. *Marietta Radomska, Linköping University, 2016. *Magdalena Górska, Linköping University, PhD 2016.

Second supervisor: 7 doctoral students (Gerd Balling, IT-Univ. Copenhagen; Lisbeth Rostgård, Univ. of Southern Denmark; Paula Mulinari, Linköping Univ; Thorgerdur Thorvaldsdottir, Univ of Iceland; Line Henriksen, Linköping Univ; Goldina Smirthwaite, Linnaeus Univ. Växjö; Inez Carvalho, Univ of Aveiro); Verena Namberger, Humboldt Univ, Berlin, Germany, who all have been awarded the PhD degree.

b) Postdoctoral supervision:

*Bodil Kirstine Jensen. Univ. of Southern Denmark,1999-2003.

*Kerstin Sandel, Linköping University, 2003-2007,.

*Anna Bredström, Linköping University, Nov 1, 2009-Jan 31, 2010

* Anne Rudolph, Linköping University, Nov 1, 2009-Jan 31, 2010

* Katrina Roen, Linköping University, Nov 1, 2009-Jan 31, 2010

* Christa Binswanger, Linköping University, Nov 1, 2009-Jan 31, 2010

*Frida Beckmann. Linköping University.2011-13.

*Redi Koobak, Linköping University, 2013-2017.

*Edyta Just. Linköping University, 2013-2014.

 

Research direction (selected):

– 1996-99 Member of steering committee for the research project “The ‘healthy’ family – the ‘healthy’ body: An interdisciplinary study of the interplay between biology and culture in (post)modern society”, The Danish Research Council for Health Sciences. 3 mio. DKK. 8 researchers, Univ. of Southern Denmark.

– 1999-2003 Director of research, “Cyborgs and cyberspace. Between narration and sociotechnical reality”,The Danish Research Agency, FREJA-programme, 5 mio DKK. 8 researchers, Univ. of Aarhus and Univ of Southern Denmark, Denmark.

– 2003-06 Director of research, “Meanings of intersectionality in gender research and feminist theory,” funded by the Swedish Research Council, 2,7 mio SEK. 4 researchers, Linköping Univ.

– 2004-07 Co-director of research, “Visualisation and simulator-technologies in gynaecological education,” The Swedish Research Council, 6,2 mio. SEK, 6 researchers, Linköping Univ.

– 2005-2007: Director of research: “New technology for fetal monitoring: a gender perspective on changes in work organisation, professional boundaries and everyday practices”, The Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research, 2 mio. SEK, 5 researchers.

– 2004-09 Scientific Director, Nordic Research School in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, NordForsk, 5 mio. NOK, a joint venture between NIKK, Nordic Inst. of Women’s Studies and Gender Research, Oslo, Dept. of Gender Studies, Linkoping University, and units for Gender Studies at 32 universities in the five Nordic countries, the Baltic States and North West Russia:

– 2005-2008: Contractor: Interdisciplinary PhD Training in Gender & Women’s Studies (GENDERGRADUATES)”, EU, FP 6, Marie Curie programme.

– 2007-2012: Director of research: GEXcel – Gendering Excellence: Towards a European Centre of Excellence in Transnational and Transdisciplinary Studies of Changing Gender Relations, Intersectionalities and Embodiment. Swedish Research Council, 20 mio SEK. –

-From 2012-2017: Co-director of GEXcel International Collegium for Advanced Transdisciplinary Gender Studies, LiU, KaU, ÖU, successor of VR-funded GEXcel, and funded by university funding.

– 2008-2014: Director of InterGender: Swedish Research School in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies.Swedish Research Council 12.5 mio SEK.

– 2009-2011: Director of National and International Network of Critical Studies af Sexuality and Sex Education. FAS (250.000 SEK) and Swedish Research Council (740.000 SEK)

– 2012-2018: Director of research: Feminist Theorizings of Intersectionality, Transversal Dialogues and New Synergies. Swedish Research Council: 10 mio SEK.

– 2014-2017. Director of International InterGender Research Training Consortium. 0,6 mio SEK/year.

_ 2013-2019 Director of Stint International Research Training Network: New Tools for Transnational Analysis in Postgraduate Intersectional Gender Research. 1,5 SEK

 

PhD committees and opposition:

* Christina Mortberg, Luleå Tekniske Universitet, techn. dr., Luleå Tekniska Universitet; 1997; * Wencke Miihleisen, Oslo Universitet, dr. art., 2002; * Birgitta Rydhagen, Blekinge Tekniske Högskola, techn. dr. 2002; * Jo Kroeyer, Forskerskolen livslang laering, RUC, PhD 2003 ; * Helen J. Gansmo, Norges Tekniske Universitet, NTNU, Trondheim, PhD 2004; * Vivian A. Lagesen, Norges Tekniske Universitet, NTNU, Trondheim, PhD 2005; * Tiina Mantymäki, Linköpings Universitet,fil. dr., 2004; * Christina Björkman, Blekinge Tekniska Hogskola, techn. dr, 2005; *Niels Ulrik Soerensen, Forskerskolen livslang laering, RUC, PhD 2005; * Ulrika Holgerson, Lunds universitet, PhD 2005. * Björn Pernrud, Sociology, Karlstads universitet, PhD 2007. * Anna Cabak Redei, Lunds universitet, PhD 2008. * Robert Hamrén, Linköpings universitet, PhD 2008. * Sara Alander, Luleå Tekniska Univ., PhD 2008. * Lin Prøitz, Oslo Universitet, PhD 2008. * Kristin H. Spilker, NTNU, Trondheim, PhD 2008. * Anna Samuelsson, Uppsala Universitet, PhD 2008. *Anne Lorentzen, Oslo University, PhD 2009. * Edyta Just, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, PhD 2009. * Malou Juelskjær, Danish School of Education. Aarhus University, Denmark, PhD 2009. * Lene Myong Petersen, Danish School of Education. Aarhus University, Denmark, PhD 2009. * Cathrin Wasshede. Dept of Sociology, University of Gothenburg, PhD 2010. * Anna Palmer, Dept of Pedagogy, Stockholm University, PhD. 2010. * Kajsa Widegren, Gender Studies, University of Gothenburg, PhD 2010. * Peter Giger, Technoscience Studies, Blekinge Institute of Technology, PhD 2010. *Michelle Göransson, Dept of Ethnology, Stockholm University, PhD 2012. *Ingvil Hellstrand. Univ. of Stavanger, PhD 2015. *Mads Bank. Univ of Copenhagen. PhD 2015. *Linnea Åshede. Univ of Gothenburg. PhD 2015. * Kajsa Lawaczek Körner, Lund Univ, PhD 2016. *Malin Arnell. Lund + Stockholm Univ. PhD 2016. * Lovise Haj Brade. Lunds Univ. PhD 2017. *Marie Antonsen Auensen. NTNU. Trondheim, PhD 2017. *Anneli Gustafsson. Stockholms Univ. PhD 2018.

 

 Selected editorial work:

 

Editorial advisory boards:

*1994-97 European Journal of Women’s Studies, Sage, London.

* From 1999- Gender, Technology and Development, Sage, New Delhi.

* 2000-2003 Feminist Theory, Sage, London.

* 2008-2012, NORA, Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies.

* From Sept. 2018, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.

 

Co/editorships

*1997-2012 Associate editor of European Journal of Women’s Studies.

*From 2008- Co-editor (with Jeff Hearn) of book series: Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality, Routledge, New York, London.

 

 Publications:

Author of 189 scholarly publications:

— 30 books (monographs, edited volumes, special journal issues and reports)

— 54 contributions to scholarly journals,

— 90 book chapters

— 15 other scholarly publications (including Internet publications)

In addition to over 200 conference papers.