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My research is focused on modern European history with an emphasis on the European integration process after World War II and Norway’s relations with the EU. Previous projects includes studies of the economic and political integration of Europe from intergovernmental and supranational perspectives while more recent and ongoing projects concentrate thematically on the ideational aspects of integration and geographically on Norway’s role in the process of European integration.
- The history of the European integration process
- Norway's relations with the EU
- Contemporary European history with an emphasis on French history
- EUR 3409 Norge og EU etter 1994 (MA-level, 7.5 ECTS)
- EUR 2910 Den europeiske integrasjonsprosessen (BA-level, 15 ECTS)
- HIST 1250 Moderne historie etter 1850 (BA-level, 15 ECTS, co-taught)
- Distant voices. Ideas from the periphery on national and EU democracy. The project studies the impact of the European crisis on ideas of national and EU democracy in six European countries: Iceland, Portugal, Greece, Hungary, Turkey and Norway. The project involves nine researchers from six countries, currently in the process of finalising an edited volume that will be submitted for peer review in June 2013. The project has received funding from the Norwegian Research Council and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The making of the European Economic Area: EFTA-EC relations from 1973 to 1994. Based on primary sources from the EFTA and EC archives, this project analyses the development in EFTA-EC relations as they developed from the 1972/73 free trade agreements to the 1994 European Economic Area. The project is funded by the NTNU.
- Coordinator of the NTNU MA in European Studies (2009-2013)
- Head of Program Council, European Studies, NTNU (2009-2011)
- Elected board member, Department of History and Classical Studies, NTNU (2009-2013)
- Member of the EEA Review Committee (2010-2012)