Sabrina Vitting-Seerup

Sabrina Vitting-Seerup

Assistant Professor

Sabrina Vitting-Seerup is Assistant Professor in Science Communication at the University of Copenhagen. She works on questions related to inclusion and sustainability - which are more interconnected than one might think. Sabrina currently research aesthetic formats that can evolve into new ways of sharing and disseminating knowledge about and as sustainability.

Sabrina is a part of the Science Communication research group and teaches a variety of courses on science communication. Her dissertation centered on the inclusion efforts of Danish cultural institutions, and the Danish museums continue to play a significant role in her research.

In addition to her academic career, Sabrina runs her own company, Ren Snak. Through Ren Snak, Sabrina communicates both her own research and teaches others to make their 'knowledge-heavy' communication sharper and more inclusive.

Primary fields of research

  • Science Communication
  • Science Education
  • Sustainability Communication
  • UN's Sustainable Development Goals
  • Aestethical formats as communication
  • Trans- and Interdisciplinarity
  • Cultural institutions: Communication, curation and inclusive initiatives
  • Cultural representations in art and culture
  • Identity theory and processes connected to gender, ethnicity, sexuality and racialization
  • Popular culture: Comics, pop music, TV series, etc.
  • Othering processes


  • Science Communication
  • Science Education
  • Diversity and inclusion processes
  • UN's Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communication in and around cultural institutions
  • Cultural policy - focusing on cultural institutions
  • Representation of minorized individuals and communities
  • Othering processes ("The other", "The stranger")
  • European and North American Comics

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