Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
- Centre for Business History
Ida Lunde Jørgensen is a cultural and organizational scholar at the Centre for Business History. She is interested in the way society influences organizations and organizations seek to influence society through the symbolic realm.
Her research explores things through a historical lens and often draws on institutional perspectives and cultural studies.
Her most recent work focuses, in particular, on two topics:
- The role of national museums in Denmark and Sweden. Specifically, I study how national museums curate historical collections of art and cultural heritage amid heated debates about immigration and national identity in the Nordic countries.
- The historical and ongoing role of companies in the production and negotiation of racial symbols that ascribe value and meaning to the people portrayed.
She is on the editorial board of Kulturstudier – a Danish journal of ethnography and history.
She has previously been a visiting research student at London School of Economics’ School of Government, a visiting fellow at Institute for Contemporary History at Södertörn University and was recently invited to join the SCANCOR-Weatherhead Partnership at Harvard University as a visiting scholar.
Her research is funded by ReNEW (Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World), NordForsk.
- Organizations and institutions
- Museums, art and artefacts
- Narratives and uses of the past
- Visual politics
- National identity
- HA.kom. Institutionelle Perspektiver (Institutional Perspectives)
- HA.kom. Videnskabsteori og Metode (Philosophy of science and method)
- BSc in Economics and Business Administration, Innovation Management (elective)
I welcome supervision within my areas of expertise.
- Jørgensen, I. L. (2018). Creating cultural heritage: three vignettes on Carl Jacobsen, his museum and foundation. Management & Organizational History, 13(3), 283–301.
In: Consumption, Markets & Culture, 13.4.2022
In: Scandinavian Journal of History, 30.1.2022
Paper presented at The Business History Conference Virtual Meeting 2021, 2021
Paper presented at Branding the Nordics, 2020
Paper presented at Marx Nu! 2020, 2020
Paper presented at The 3rd Nordic Challenges Conference, 2019
Abstract from The 41st Annual Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, 2019
Paper presented at Cultural Heritage Branding, 2019
In: Management & Organizational History, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2018, p. 283-301
Paper presented at The 33rd EGOS Colloquium 2017, 2017
Abstract from Day of Arts Philanthropy, 2017
Paper presented at The 2017 Business History Conference Annual Meeting, 2017
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2016, 197 p. (PhD series, No. 25.2016)
Abstract from The 2016 Business History Conference Annual Meeting, 2016
Paper presented at Paper Development Workshop on Historical Approaches to Entrepreneurship Theory & Research, 2016
Paper presented at Re-thinking History at Business Schools, 2015
Paper presented at The 29th EGOS Colloquium 2013, 2013
In: Information, 10.6.2016, p. 13
Can you be creative at CBS and why is B for Business spelled bigger than C for Culture at BLC?
Er mastodonternes tid ved at rinde ud?
Er danske museer racistiske fordi væggene er hvide?
Er danske museer for hvide? Nu svarer de på kritikken
Bankerne har brug for at vise samfundssind. Men grønne billån er jo ikke filantropi
- Novo Nordisk, 2016-2017: CBS Impact Project
- A.P. Møller - Mærsk, 2016-2017: CBS Impact Project
- Danske Bank, 2016-2017: CBS Impact Project
- Arla, 2016-2017: CBS Impact Project
- Nordic Council of Ministers, 2016-2017: Platforms for Entrepreneurship: Long-lasting Perspectives for a sustainable Greenland in the Arctic Region (PENELOPE)