Our PhD students
Art history and visual studies
Birte Bruchmüller - I explore five internationally-based Nordic symbolists, namely Tyra Kleen (1874-1951), Olof Sager-Nelson (1868-1896), Magnus Enckell (1870-1925), Beda Stjernschantz (1867-1910) and Ellen Thesleff (1869-1954) and their visual art from the turn of the 20th century.
Anders Westerström - In my thesis project, I intend to track urban development in the waterfront district of Masthuggskajen in Gothenburg over time. I am interested in how the concept of sustainability is being applied in the project and how this is affecting the actors taking part in the processes and negotiations associated with the area.
Susanna Rolfsdotter Eliasson - Taking the holiday home as a starting point, the thesis project Längtans och drömmarnas hus (Home of longing and dreams) examines the lifestyle and housing ideals of a new generation among the urban middle class in late-modern Sweden.
Kristina Öman - I am investigating how Starlet, the old magazine for girls, served as a youth culture product in pre-internet Sweden.
Erik Florin Persson - My thesis project considers municipal advertising, information and marketing in Gothenburg, with a focus on audiovisual media.
Valeria Villegas Lindvall - The “female" monster in "Latin American" horror film through a feminist and decolonial critical lens.
Onur Kilic - I am a doctoral student in TechnAct research cluster and my research interests are focused on politics of gender and sexualities, digital activism, citizenship, politics of place, and queer theory.
Netta Huebscher - My research project is a history and criticism of the concept of modality in Swedish folk music. Other research interests are history of music theory, model based composition, historically informed performance, Irish folk music and French folk music.