Associate Professor | Senior lecturer
Main research areas
- Alcohol, drugs, sex work, and nightlife
- Street culture, drug dealing, and violence
- Religion, radicalization, and extremism
My work is broadly concerned with social problems. In particular, I am interested in how people experience and make sense of intoxication, violence, and extremism. These interests have resulted in a decade of ethnographic and mixed-methods research in places like nightclubs, prisons, music festivals, drug markets, and seaside resorts (e.g. Sunny Beach and Ibiza). The major project that I am currently working on is about street culture and jihadism.
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Sébastien Tutenges has an MA degree in anthropology and a PhD degree in sociology from Copenhagen University. He has previously worked as a Postdoc at Oslo University and as an Associate Professor at Aarhus University.