My research interests concern issues around upbringing and socialisation and the function of norms and values in different contexts. My theoretical inspiration lies within critical discursive psychology in order to investigate how people make sense of themselves and the world. The last years, I have been working on different projects with the aim to examine parenthood/family life and parenting support, and the intersection of social categories, such as, gender, sexuality, social class, and race/ethnicity. In my teaching, I have been working on, for example, internet-based courses about norm-critical pedagogy.
In my spare time, I like to hang out in my cottage, go for a run or watch a good movie.