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Peter Clement Lund

Ph.D.-fellow

  • Teglgårds plads 1, 1112

    9000 Aalborg

    Denmark

20162021

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Research profile

My Ph.D.-project is part of the research center, The Culture of Grief, and is being supervised Anders Petersen and Svend Brinkmann. With the forthcoming diagnostic classification of Prolonged Grief Disorder as my starting point, I am researching the societal meaning of death and its socio-cultural transformation. Via ethnographic fieldwork, that I have called a form of gonzo sociology, I have discussed how grief now exists in aa ongoing tension-filled fight for the rights to define what grief is, whether or not it could be seen as a disease and if so how it should be treated.

I use grief and the struggle concerning it, to try and understand how much space it is given in contemporary society, where things like control, acceleration and efficiency are the norm.

Teaching profile

Psychology, bachelor:

I teach, hold seminars and coordinate the 1st semester course Social Psychology and Social Theory

I supervise projects in the course Problem Based Learning on 1st semester

Sociology, bachelor:

Supervisor on the 2nd semester course, Philosophy of Science and Project Design

Supervisor on bachelor projects on topics such as death, grief, critical sociology and cultural sociology

I have previously taught courses on Quantitative methods and Demography. Furthermore, I have supervised projects on 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and 6th semester. 

 

Psychology, masters:

I teach on the elective course Feminist Theory and Psychology

I teach and coordinate the elective course Grief and Love

Sociology, masters:

Teaching and supervision on the elective course Social Deviance and Diagnosis of the Times

Supervision on masters projects on topics such as death, grief, critical sociology and cultural sociology

Keywords

  • Sociology and Social Conditions
  • Sociological theory
  • Grief
  • Death
  • Critical Theory
  • Diagnostic Culture
  • Qualitative Methods
  • Existential Sociology
  • Acceleration

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