I am a research assistant at the research group SpaceLab (Spaces of Climate and Energy Laboratory). I take part in different research projects about climate and energy transformation, and assist in collecting data, doing interviews, and writing reports. I am currently leading my own project where I write about cultural heritage and urban sustainable development. I hold a MA in Social Anthropology from the University of Bergen, where I wrote about national identity in Iceland with focus on understandings and meanings of landscape, nature and sense of place.
- 2019. The deep city: cultural heritage as a resource for sustainable local transformation. Local Environment : the International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. 329-341.
- 2018. Transformative social science? Modes of engagement in climate and energy solutions. Energy Research & Social Science. 197 pages.
- 2016. Urban nexus governance and pathways to transformation: Finding geography’s place .
Lillevold, Karin and Haarstad, Håvard (revise & resubmit): The deep city: Cultural heritage as a resource for sustainable urban transformation. Journal of Urbanism – Special Issue: Urban transformation and urban heritage.
Lillevold, Karin (2014). “Visdom hører steder til”. En studie om landskap og stedliggjøring av islandskhet. Master’s thesis, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen.