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Daniel Alsarve

Position: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Health Sciences


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Room: G2142

Daniel Alsarve

About Daniel Alsarve

About Daniel Alsarve

Daniel Alsarve is a certified upper secondary school teacher in Swedish and history and a Ph.D in history . Alsarve works as an expert in gender equality at RF-SISU Örebro County. Since 2019, he has been employed as a postdoc researcher in sports science, Örebro University.


Alsarve’s research interests are mainly focused on issues related to sports, gender, violence, democracy and power from the early 20th century onwards. The project ‘Ice hockey in change: masculinity ideals and violence norms in Swedish hockey, from ca. 1965 up until today’ studies questions about masculinity ideals and how such ideals have changed over time. A special focus is also put on violence, in a broad sense, and how norms related to this change over time. The project runs from 1 February 2019 to December 2022 and is funded by The Swedish Research Council for Sport Science.

Daniel Alsarve is also a member of the project ‘Education for sustainable sport management’, through which a competence-oriented sport management program will be developed.


Alsarve has previously taught at various levels, mainly in the subject of history and pedagogy linked to various teacher programs, but also on independent courses. At present, the teaching mainly consists of supervision at C- and D-level in sports science.

Networks and collaborations

Alsarve is the editor of Sports, History and Society and has been a member of the Swedish Sports History Association since 2019 . Alsarve is part of the research team ReSHAPE and together with Jeff Hearn runs the research group Critical Studies on Men and Masculinities.


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Articles in journals

Articles, book reviews

Chapters in books

Conference papers

Doctoral theses, monographs