Ann-Catrin KristianssenTitle: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Phone: +46 19 303409
About Ann-Catrin Kristianssen
Kristianssen (Ph.D in Political Science) is currently working with material from three research projects. Kristianssen has since fall 2016 been involved in a research project focusing on global, national and local road safety policy with a focus on Vision Zero. This project will during 2019-2020 focus on the implementation of vision zero in local settings.
Kristianssen is also involved in a project at the Centre for Climate and Safety at Karlstad University focusing on policies for reducing climate risks in Swedish municipalites.
During 2019-2020 Kristianssen will conducting a study on interreligious councils in Swedish municipalities and is currently performing a shadowing study at the interreligious council in Örebro municipality.
Kristianssen was during 2014-2016 involved in a research project studying municipal service centers in Sweden.
The dissertation from 2011 focuses on identity politics and planning in Jerusalem.
Kristianssen's main research interest is the role of ideas and agenda-setting in policy-making in a broad perspective and has previously written about the role of Jerusalem in the Israel/Palestine conflict, identity politics and the state, and good governance as well as reform processes and policy diffusion.
Main teaching areas are international and comparative politics, method, and thesis supervising on all levels.
Kristianssen is a member of the Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CUReS) at Örebro University as well as Center for Democratic Government in Change.
Kristianssen was during 2017 a visiting scholar at the Centre for Public Safety and the Centre for Climate and Safety, Karlstad University.
Director of studies in Political Science 2012-2013
Member of the Swedish Political Science Association board 2012-2016
Member of the Peace Research in Sweden board 2016-2019