Charlotte Baarts

Charlotte Baarts

Associate Professor

Education:

2004: Ph.D. in anthropology, University of Copenhagen
1998: Msc in anthropology , University of Copenhagen

Employment:

Associate professor, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (2009 - )

Head of Studies, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (2012 - 2020)

Assistant professor, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (2005-2009)
Researcher, National Research Centre for the Working Environment(NRCWE)(2004-2005)
Ph.d.student, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen and NRCWE (2001-2004)
Research assistent, NRCWE (1999-2001)
External lecturer, Institute of Public Health, University of Copenhagen (2000-2005)
Research assistant, Department of General Medicine, University of Copenhagen (1999) 

Research activities:

  • Walkways (2021 -  )
  • Reinvigorating Ethnographic Writing (2021)
  • 3S International students during COVID-19 (2020)
  • Research-based education (2014 - 2017)
  • Occupational health among migrant workers in the construction industry and agriculture (2011-2012) 
  • Clients' bodily experiences with complementary and alternative medicine, Department of sociology, University of Copenhagen (2006 - )
  • Workpleasure and worklife (NRCWE) (2004-2005)
  • Workplace safety in the construction industry (Ph.d.project) (2001-2004)
  • Experiences and coping with stress, Department of General Practice, University of Copenhagen (1999)
  • Communication between patients and doctors/nurses (1998)

Research grants:

  • Reinvigorating Ethnographic Writing (2021)
  • 3S International students during COVID-19 (2020)
  • 2016 grant for education, University og Copenhagen
  • The Danish Working Environment Authority (2011.2012)
  • The research council for Society and Innovation (2009-2012)
  • The Health Foundation (2008-2011)
  • Danielsens Foundation (2008)
  • Knowledge center for Research in Alternative Therapies (2006-2008)
  • The Danish Working Environment Authority (post.doc) (2005-2008)
  • The Danish Working Environment Authority (Ph.D.) (2001-2004)

Teaching activities:

  • Qualitative methods (Ph.D.-level)
  • Focus Groups and participant observation (Ph.D.-level)
  • Reading, Thinking, Writing MA-level)
  • Producing sociological texts (MA-level)
  • Qualitative struggles (MA-level)
  • Autoethnography (BA/MA-level)
  • Knowledge, agency and new technologies (MA-level)
  • Anthropology of work (MA-level)
  • Advanced qualitative methods (MA-level)
  • Generel sociology (BA-level)

 

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