Main research areas:
- Environmental sociology
- Social movements
- Critical animal studies
My PhD research focuses on vegan activism in Denmark and Sweden. I am especially interested in how vegan animal rights organizations challenge dominant understandings of nature, including the ways in which relations between humans and other species are organized and institutionalized in society. In this way, I am investigating new forms of critique of animal agriculture in a societal perspective.
I am part of the interdisciplinary Agenda 2030 Doctoral School and the Lund University Critical Animal Studies Network.
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Political Veganism? Strategies for Social Change in Times of Environmental EmergenciesNaja Yndal-Olsen
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My educational background is in Sociology and Communication from Roskilde University, Denmark.