The center conducts analyses of the value of cultural activities, projects etc. We engage primarily in commissioned research for cultural institutions, municipalities etc. and conduct evaluations of a broad range of activities including museum exhibitions, arts and health collaborations, dance etc.
Coordinator: Louise Ejgod Hansen
The Centre of Voice Studies serves as an interdisciplinary hub for those who work on voice(s) and is open to both academics and non-academics. With members from a wide range of disciplines (e.g. history, media studies, musicology, phonetics, sociolinguistics), we provide events aimed to expose our members to a range of disciplinary perspectives on voice(s). We aim to learn from each other and inspire each other, and we very much hope that the centre's emergent network will lead to meaningful inter-/cross-disciplinary, as well as disciplinary, collaboration on funded and non-funded projects.
Coordinator: Míša Hejná
This interdisciplinary research group includes researchers investigating how humans invent, engage in, develop, change and negotiate cultural practices around death and dying - both before, during and after death.
Coordinator: Dorthe Refslund Christensen
This research unit is concerned with filmmaking as a means of research and scholarship. The unit brings together practitioners and scholars of filmmaking research, academic film and videographic criticism who use filmmaking as a method to investigate a particular theme or phenomenon, as a medium to report or publicise research results, or as a mode of thought in itself.
Coordinator: Alan O’Leary
This research group organizes various types of research activities that investigate how media and narrative matter for (disturbed) health.
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The research unit investigates how colonial legacies, relations and structures continue to shape our world by exploring artistic, literary, linguistic, theatrical, pedagogical, scholarly and activist practices that respond to states of coloniality. “Postcolonial Entanglements” refers to the material entanglements of people, practices, ideas, capital and technologies that texture colonial pasts, presents and futures.