Øster Farimagsgade 5, Opgang E, 1353 København K, CSS - Bygning 33, Opgang M, Building: 33.1.13
2017- Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen
2014-2017 Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen
Education and previous positions
2015-16 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Universitetspædagogikum). Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen.
2010-2014 Senior Advisor on climate change, extractive industries and indigenous rights, IBIS. Coordinator of Latin America regional programme including budget responsibility, political advocacy temaleader concerning the above issues in relation to EU, World Bank and UNFCCC.
2007-2011 PhD in anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen.Title of PhD Thesis: Figurations of the Future: Forms and Temporalities of Left Radical Politics in Northern Europe. Defended June 2011.
2002-2007 Advisor on Latin America and evaluation methodology, IBIS. Programme and strategy development. Responsible for development of evaluation methodology and training.
2003 Cand. scient in anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen. Title of Master Thesis: The Company and the Trickster: A Study of Secoya Storytelling as a Mode of Government. Defended February 2003.
2014- Editorial Board of Tidsskriftet Antropologi (The leading Danish Anthropological Journal).
2014, 2015 Student Admission Committee, Master in Global Development, University of Copenhagen
2012-2013 External referee to a study of ‘the landscape of extremism in Denmark.’ SFI, the Danish National Centre for Social Research
Presentations and dissimination to the wider public (selected)
2015 Paper presentation: The Art of Naming and Not Naming: Political subjectivity among European anarchists and indigenous peoples of the Amazon. UCL, London
2015 Bolivia is fighting for its white gold [Bolivia kæmper for sit hvide guld, on lithium exploitation, utopias and the rights of nature in Bolivia]. Interviewed by Kathrine Dalsgaard. Kristligt Dagblad, 15 august.
2014 Co-convener of invited panel and paper presentation. Thinking Two Worlds at the Same Time: the Headache of a not quite Spear-killing in the Ecuadorian Amazon. EASA Biannual Conference, Tallinn.
2013 Amazon Trails [Spor i Amazonas]. Exhibition at the Workers Museum, Copenhagen and at Esbjerg Phototek with photographer Mike Kollöffel.
2013 Democracy Symposium at Krogerup Højskole. Can democracy deal with the climate crisis? Debate with Climate Minister Martin Lidegaard and journalist Jørgen Steen Nielsen.
2012 Rømer, Nis, Stine Krøijer and Berit Nørgaard: Exercises (in becoming and escaping). Exhibition at Danske Grafikeres Hus, Copenhagen.
2012 Frans Jacobi: Climate/Kettle: Aesthetics of Resistance, a re-enactment of civil disobedience action during COP15 (based on my PhD dissertation).
2011 Kollöffel, Mike and Stine Krøijer. In the Heart of Yasuni – a visual story [I hjertet af Yasuni – en billedfortælling]. Dagbladet Information.
2013 Paper presentation: Pii as Theory of Escalating Conflicts among the Huaorani of the Ecuadorian Amazon. PACSA Conference, Copenhagen, August 2013.
2013 Keynote lecture: Qualitative Methods in Dangerous Fields. SFI research seminar.
2012 Protests, Social Media and Cultural Diversity. Keynote at UNESCO Conference on Social Media and Global Culture, Copenhagen.
Democracy symposium at Krogerup Højskole. Can democracy deal with the climate crisis? Debate with Minister of climate Martin Lidegaard and journalist Jørgen Steen Nielsen.