I have a background in Scandinavian Literature and Languages and am a professor in Culture Studies at the University of Southern Denmark. I have been a member of the DNRF board since 2016, and I am dedicated to the aim of the foundation: to promote and support Danish basic research within and across scientific fields.
It is a privilege to be part of the foundation and to take part in its diverse tasks, from reading applications to visiting Centers of Excellence and the Niels Bohr Professorships, and meeting with the many highly skilled and engaged researchers at all levels within a wide range of subjects and discussing their work. And it is no less a pleasure to experience the highly professional standing of the foundation’s body and board.
|Name (born)||Anne Scott Sørensen (1952)|
|Current position||Professor, Department for the Study of Culture, University of Southern Denmark|
|Elected period||January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2023 (second period)|
|Nominated by||Independent Research Fund Denmark|
|Expertise||Culture, Media and Communication|
|Education||PhD, Gender and Culture studies, University of Southern Denmark|
|Selected board and committee appointments||Co-director of the research project ‘Public art projects in deprived social housing areas’, funded by the Danish Ministry of Culture
Member of the board of The Danish Center for Museum Research and Faaborg Museum
Member of the advisory boards of the international journals YOUNG, NORA and CULTURE UNBOUND and External Expert for the COST ACTION-program