PhD scholar at the Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK) at the University of Bergen. Background in political science, BA European Studies, MA Comparative Politics, several short term periods as scientific assistant, and administrative course coordinator.
My current research is focused on gender issues in the legal system, specifically focusing on recruitment of female justices and also how gender is treated in the legal system. My methodological approach is a mixed-methods scheme of combining small-N interviews and discourse analysis with large-N analyses of judges' votes and argumentation.
2013: Article series on microscopic political parties in Norway in Norwegian weekly 'Dag og Tid'
MET102, «Social Science Methods», teaching seminars and administrative coordinator
SV100, «Introduction to Social Science» teaching seminars and administrative coordinator
SAMPOL290, «Internships in Comparative Politics», teacher and course coordinator
SAMPOL209, «Courts, Law and Politics», lecture
KVIK101, «Gender in Modernity», lectures