Assessment committees

The 8 standing assessment committees' tasks are to assess all applications submitted to the two annual application rounds (open calls and specific calls).

Please note that the composition of the assessment committee may change. Please consult this page again at a later date.

Anthropology, Global Studies and the Study of Religion

  • Line Dalsgård, School of Culture and Society, Anthropology (chairman)
  • Bodil Selmer, School of Culture and Society, Anthropology  (substitute)
  • Anders Klostergaard Petersen, School of Culture and Society, Study of Religion
  • Andreas Steen, School of Culture and Society, Global Studies
  • Marianne Schleicher, School of Culture and Society,  Study of Religion

Art, Literature and Cultural Studies

  • Karen-Margrethe Simonsen, School of Communication and Culture,  Comparative Literature and Rhetoric (chairman)
  • Stefan Iversen, School of Communication and Culture,  Scandinavian Studies and Experience Economy (substitute)
  • Birgit Eriksson, School of Communication and Culture,  Art History, Aesthetics & Culture and Museology
  • Lotte Philipsen, School of Communication and Culture,  Art History, Aesthetics & Culture and Museology
  • Mathias Clasen, School of Communication and Culture, English

Didactics

  • Uffe Jankvist, Danish School of Education, Educational Theory and Curriculum Studies (chairman)
  • Monica Carlsson, Danish School of Education, Educational Philosophy and General Education (substitute)
  • Lisa Rosén Rasmussen, Danish School of Education, Education Studies
  • Claus Haas, Danish School of Education, Educational Theory and Curriculum Studies
  • Sven-Erik Holgersen, Danish School of Education, Educational Theory and Curriculum Studies

History, Archaeology and Classical Studies

  • Charlotte Appel, School of Culture and Society, History and Classical Studies (chairman)
  • Vinnie Nørskov, School of Culture and Society, History and Classical Studies (substitute)
  • Mary Hilson, School of Culture and Society, History and Classical Studies
  • Mette Svart Kristiansen, School of Culture and Society, Archeology and Heritage Studies
  • Nick Shepherd, School of Culture and Society,  Archeology and Heritage Studies

ICT, Media, Communication and Journalism

  • Christian Ulrik Andersen, School of Communication and Culture, Digital Design and Information Studies (chairman)
  • Anders Albrechtslund, School of Communication and Culture, Digital Design and Information Studies  (substitute)
  • Peter Dalsgaard, School of Communication and Culture, Digital Design and Information Studies
  • Iben Have, School of Communication and Culture, Media and Journalism Studies
  • Anja Bechmann, School of Communication and Culture/Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies

Language, Linguistics, Communication, and Cognition

  • Merete Birkelund, School of Communication and Culture, German and Romance Languages (chairman)
  • Henrik Jørgensen, School of Communication and Culture,  Scandinavian Studies and Experience Economy   (substitute)
  • Karen Korning Zethsen, School of Communication and Culture, English 
  • Ocke Schwen Bohn, School of Communication and Culture, English
  • William McGregor, School of Communication and Culture,  Linguistics, Cognitive Science and Semiotics

Learning and Education

  • Karen Valentin, Danish School of Education, Educational Anthropology (chairman)
  • John Krejsler, Danish School of Education, Education Studies (substitute)
  • Ulrik Brandi, Danish School of Education, Education Studies
  • Eva Gulløv, Danish School of Education,  Educational Anthropology
  • Dorte Kousholt, Danish School of Education, Educational Psychology

Theology, History of ideas and Philosophy

  • Ulla Schmidt, School of Culture and Society, Theology (chairman)
  • Andreas Beck Holm, School of Culture and Society, Philosophy and the History of Ideas (substitute)
  • Johanna Seibt, School of Culture and Society, Philosophy and the History of Ideas  
  • Peter Lodberg, School of Culture and Society, Theology
  • Morten Haugaard Jeppesen, School of Culture and Society,  Philosophy and the History of Ideas