NSfK Travel Grants awarded 2019

The following researchers and practitioners were awarded NSfK Travel Grants during 2019. Countrycodes are given according to the applicants´ affiliation to a Nordic research institution.

NSfK awarded a total of 164 400 SEK in Travel Grants 2019 to 23 Nordic researchers and practitioners.

Alberto Chrysoulakis (SE), PhD-student at Malmö University was awarded 16 000 SEK for researchstay February-June 2020 at Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge.
Researchstay based on the project Malmö Individual and Neighbourhood Development Study (MINDS).

Agneta Mallén (SE), Senior Lecturer at Lund University was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in the conference on Crime, Punishment, Social Marginalization and Reintegration in Small Societies, Nuuk.
Title of presentation: Criminality and Crime Control in the Åland Islands.

Anette Storgaard (DK), Professor at University of Aarhus was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in the conference on Crime, Punishment, Social Marginalization and Reintegration in Small Societies, Nuuk.
Title of presentation: Access to justice for prisoners – focus on contact to the outside world.

Anne Højland Brødbæk (DK), Master student at University of Aarhus, was awarded 8 000 SEK for internship at Greenland police, Operational Planning and Analysis & Crime Prevention Staff.

Annica Allvin (NO), Master student/research assistant at Oslo University was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in 19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, EUROCRIM, Ghent.
Title of presentation: Crime concentration at places.

Antu Sorainen (FIN), Grant Researcher at Helsinki University was awarded 4 000 SEK for participating in Edinburgh Legal Theory Research Group Seminar.
Title of presentation: Why Many Queer-Identified People in Finland Did Not Rely on Criminal Law If Betrayed in Inheritance Issues by Their Relatives.

Caitlin Carroll (SE), Visiting Researcher at Uppsala University was awarded 4 000 SEK for participating in the NORA Conference (the Nordic Feminist Research Conference), Reykjavik.
Title of presentation: Kvinnofrid and Consent: Rape Law in “Gender-Equal” Sweden.

Christina Ericson (SE), Development manager at The County Administrative Board of Stockholm was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control 47th Annual Conference, Barcelona.
Title of presentation: Choose to Stop – Experiences from launching a phoneline for perpetrators of domestic violence in Sweden.

Dorina Damsa (NO) PhD-student, Oslo University/Visiting Researcher at Criminology Center at Oxford University was awarded 7 000 SEK for participating in 19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, EUROCRIM, Ghent.
Title of presentation: Between belonging and exclusion: Migrants’ resilience in a Norwegian welfare prison.
Panel discussion: Dynamics of solidarity: Consequences of the refugee crisis on Lesbos.

Emma Holkeri (FIN) PhD-student at Turku University was awarded 4 000 SEK for participating in Problematizations Seminar Series, Spring 2020: Language and power at University of Lapland, Rovaniemi.
Title of presentation: Defining and controlling threats at schools after school shootings: (Self)reflections of academic knowledge production.

Emma-Lisa Gångare (SE), PhD-student at School of public administration Gothenburg University was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in Street Level Bureaucracy Conference 2019, Copenhagen.
Title of presentation: If children offend.

Guðmundur Oddsson (IS), Associate professor at University of Akureyri was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in the conference on Crime, Punishment, Social Marginalization and Reintegration in Small Societies, Nuuk.
Title of presentation: “Slow hand, easy touch”: demands and strategies of rural police officers in Iceland.

Kathrine Elmose Jørgensen (DK), PhD-student at Copenhagen University was awarded 11 000 SEK for researchstay: Program on Extremism at George Washington University i Washington D.C.
Title of project: Danish foreign fighter returnees in the post-ISIS era – a narrative criminological interpretation.

Klara Hermansson (SE), PhD-student at Stockholm University was awarded 5 000 SEK for participating  in Conference Nordic Punishment at a Crossroads? Welfare, Technology and Risk in the Nordic Penal Sphere Conference in Oslo.
Title of presentation: Public safety in Sweden. A study of a crime policy symbol.

Lisa Flower (SE), Senior Lecturer at Lund University was awarded 4 000 SEK for participating in Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2020.
Title of presentation: Live-reporting Criminal Trials in Denmark and Sweden: Exploring the emotional challenges and expectations.

Malin Joleby (SE), PhD-student at University of Gothenburg was awarded 4 000 SEK for participating in the 15th meeting of the Nordic Network on Psychology and Law (NNPL) in Estonia.
Title of presentation: Perpetrator Strategies when Sexually Abusing Children Online – a Study of Swedish Court Documents.

Martin Nøkleberg (NO), PhD-student at Oslo University was awarded 8 200 SEK for participating in the research seminar Security of Flows: zooming in on ports in Brisbane, Australia.
Title of presentation: Policing in the era of spaces of flows: theoretical considerations and implications and implications.

Mikaela Magnusson (SE), PhD-student at University of Gothenburg was awarded 3 800 SEK for participating in an international conference arranged by the European Association for Psychology and Law in Santiago de Compostela.
Title of presentation: Does a longer rapport-building phase improve preschoolers’ witness capabilities during investigative interviews?

Peter Cruize (DK), Associate professor at Copenhagen University was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in the 9th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, EUROCRIM, Ghent.
Title of presentation: The paradox of security measurements.

Peter Smith (NO), Professor at Oslo University was awarded 12 000 SEK for researchstay June-August at the Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley.

Rua Marte (NO), PhD-student at Oslo University was awarded 8 000 SEK for participating in European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control 47th Annual Conference, Barcelona.
Title of presentation: Challenging the Concepts of Solitary Confinement – Norwegian responses to European soft law and inspection bodies.

Rune Ellefsen (NO), Researcher was awarded 5 400 SEK for participating in Nordic Conference on Violent Extremism 2019: Expanding the Field: New Inter-disciplinary Perspectives and Questions, Aarhus.
Title of presentation: Managing militant Islamism: A retrospective process-oriented perspective.

Yungran Zhang (DK), PhD-student at University of Copenhagen was awarded 4 000 SEK for participating in Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2019.
Title of presentation: Self-control, social bonds, and differential association on substance use among Chinese drug users: A genderspecific analysis.