26 Jan 2023
Unanimous examination committee approves Imad Rasan's dissertation
On Thursday, 26 January, Imad Rasan successfully defended his doctoral thesis, "Women in the Public Sphere in Egypt 2011–2014".
26 Jan 2023
The pandemic, the climate and digitalisation: three major adaptations of working life right now
The future of working life in Europe is analysed in a new anthology which, with the help of multiple researchers, looks primarily at three major changes taking place in working lif...
18 Jan 2023
Migration Transformed into Crisis
Since the 1980:s border policies in both Mexico and the United States have transformed the outflow of migrants from Central America. By the turn of the 21st century the outflow of ...
22 Nov 2022
Capturing the evasive concept of job quality
The Department of Sociology's Christopher Mathieu is one of the editors of a new and heavy tome clarifying the complex and much-debated issue of the quality of jobs.
11 Nov 2022
Creating spaces for radical social change
Dr Colm Flaherty noticed that despite generally declining membership in Swedish political parties, political engagement is very much alive. He says it is observable in the mundane ...
28 Oct 2022
David Wästerfors can't stop thinking about violence
Physical violence is rarely something people think about or act out. Even violence specialists - people with a propensity for violence and a capacity to cause devastating damage - ...
24 Oct 2022
Oriana Quaglietta Bernal successfully defends her doctoral thesis
On Friday, 21 October, Oriana Quaglietta Bernal successfully defended her doctoral thesis, "In Her Words: Women's Accounts of Managing Drug-related Risk, Pleasure, and Stigma in Sw...
13 Oct 2022
Aggressively patriarchal worldviews attracted Swedish women to the Islamic State
Contrary to popular belief, women played a prominent role in IS recruitment - especially in bringing in other women. A new study from Lund University shows that Swedish women joine...
11 Oct 2022
Collective intoxication can give religious experience and more solidarity
Why do people across cultures gather in groups to get intoxicated? Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology in Lund Sébastien Tutenges has been researching nightclubs and...
14 Sep 2022
Sociology Conference ARTS IN MOVEMENT Opens Today in our House
Today the volume in our building will rise with the chatter of about 70 visiting sociologists of the arts from Japan to Colombia and all over Europe.