Presently I'm engaged in researching the conditions and history of the Greenlandic welfare society in an Arctic perspective. This has meant a focus on social policy, poverty, gender, disability, volunteer social work, the social worker profession and homelessness. Researching Greenland's social system has also led to published studies within the sociological history of Greenland and the sociology of knowledge around the concept arctic sociology (cf. pub. list).
On a municipal and governmental level we are also researching and developing methodologies to tackle homelessness and improve social policy. Furthermore, I’m working with the spokesperson for people with disability on social research around disability. This had led to a vast social network and a seat in different social political counsels and working groups. There are books on the way covering methodology, homelessness and Greenland’s social policy.
On an everyday basis I´m heading the department of Social Sciences (social science, social work & economics) teaching (not as much as I would like) and counseling BA, MA and PhD-projects.
The place in North America with no Covid-19 cases https://t.co/lRNpSYhd4s
Very exciting empowerment approach by Dida Heilmann - so glad so supervise this master thesis - looking forward to… https://t.co/qlQmMjkvbS
Disability forum in Katuaq #Greenland with @Tilioq we are finishing up final touches on a national disability repor… https://t.co/87GlmF8Lf5
RT @Ilisimatusarfik: Research results are often disseminated in a complex academic language making it inaccessible and only read by a small…
Celebrating the admins @ilisimatusarfik Ever grateful thank you guys and the brother inlaw wuhuuuu #greatjob https://t.co/V32DFrSTzT
Tilioq: Kommune sagsbehandler på gaden https://t.co/iF78eKdPhw
@SilkeReeploeg you take a pic tweet about it. Note the date and cite the tweet.
Back by popular demand I'm tweeting for @Ilisimatusarfik tomorrow. This time It'll be a mix of department head stu… https://t.co/cFChQkVul4
New publication out! Thanks to the gracious support from @NIKKtweet & @nordenen Helene Pristed (Aalborg Uni) Eryka… https://t.co/YookzKU320
RT @Ilisimatusarfik: Before the summer holidays, you could eavesdrop to the very-first episodes about "Homelessness" and "Distance learning…
Here we go! New wonderful students @Ilisimatusarfik https://t.co/xfFJb7yQmK
Friday, finished with final notes to the upcoming homeless report on behalf of @ilisimatusarfik #Greenland Let's wo… https://t.co/wMkzxeQvCl
RT @SilkeReeploeg: New publication claxon! 'Women in the Arctic: Gendering Coloniality in Travel Narratives from the Far North, 1907-1930'.…
RT @ravnensigne: Rosannguaq Rossen forsvarer phd og forklarer om hvordan moden afspejler politiske og kulturelle strømninger i det grønland…
RT @Ilisimatusarfik: Today, Rosannguaq Rossen defends her PhD project (in English titled "Branding through fashion - the West Greenlandic w…
RT @Ilisimatusarfik: .@Ilisimatusarfik researcher @StevenArnfjord mentioned in @kristeligt: "New plan to help Greenland's children out of f…
RT @guardian: Reports of rough sleeping in UK rose sharply during lockdown https://t.co/X78eAgUIOr
Down with the camp & into proper housing and improved living conditions. This morning I passed some of the guys on… https://t.co/gcIf0PS1M9
RT @jjsandgreen: This is why it is called GREENland. ✅🇬🇱 https://t.co/EZggF8h0Pc
Get it while it's cold(?) #Arctichumor - Anyway, Dr. Christensen & I are joining in with a contribution titled: Res… https://t.co/DXGBWQaAXP