Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
I am anthropologist and historian who focusses on minority citizenship formation in national(ist) and transnational contexts. I have worked extensively on how Jews, Jewishness, Judaism, and Jewish practices interchangeably have been included and excluded in Western societies. I currently study how boundaries of inclusion in the civil society were negotiated by Danish Jews in the aftermath of the 2015 terror attack.
- Minority-majority relations
- Citizenship formation
- Jewish culture and history
- Civil society
- Kvalitative metoder, HA psyk
Jewish Cultural History: Boundaries, Experiences, and Sense-Making, Eds. Zuckerman, Maja Gildin and Jakob Egholm Feldt (New York: Routledge, 2019).
“Da krisen ramte: Genforhandlingerne af amerikansk-jødiske samfundsværdier,” Tidsskrift for Islamforskning (kommende)
Early Danish Zionism and the Ethnification of the Danish Jews," Journal of Israeli History 37.2 (2019): 157-179.
Experience, space and time in Jewish cultural history: a pragmatist perspective," co-authored with Jakob Egholm Feldt. Eds. Zuckerman, Maja Gildin and Jakob Egholm Feldt New Perspectives on Jewish Cultural History: Boundaries, Experiences, and Sense-Making (New York: Routledge, 2019)
Safe and On the Sidelines: Jewish Students and the Israel-Palestine Conflict on Campus," A Report of the Research Group of the Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies, Stanford University. Co-authored with Ari Kelman, Ahmed, Abiya, Horwitz, Ilana, Lockwood, Jeremiah, and Marom, Merva.
In: Tidsskrift for Islamforskning, Vol. 15, No. 2, 2021, p. 215-238
In: Weekendavisen, 16.4.2021, p. 15