Projekter pr. år
Forsknings og undervisningsoplysninger
Anni Greve is Associate Professor of Sociology and Head of Studies (Social Science Study Program) at ISE. Her specialist research interests are cities with success at a global level (Tokyo), and at the European level, the art of coping with instabilities and new forms of identity making - in recent years with the focus on hospitality practices that are related to particular sites in the city. She is initiator and coordinator of a major research program entitled CITYFUL (Cities with Success) that include academic and municipal partners from around the world. She is a founding member of Centre of Urban Studies at Roskilde University, Denmark, and the author of Sanctuaries of the City - Lessons from Tokyo. Ashgate. 2011. Her work has been translated into English, French and Japanese.
Other research fields include:
Sociology of modern welfare and morals
The book Sociologien om velfærd - gensyn med Emile Durkheim (1998) has as its main topic the relevance of Emile Durkheim for contemporary debates about citizenship and democracy. If the concepts of social bonds and solidarity which have existed from the classical period of the welfare state until today are under revision the question is whether the thoughts of Durkheim have lost relevance too? The articles "Ideer om styring: Michel Foucault og Jacques Donzelot" (1995), and "Risikobegrebet i tysk og fransk sociologisk tradition"(1999) introduces to and takes up ideas of present French thinkers on modern welfare and morals, above all Michel Foucault and Jacques Donzelot.
Computer technology and modern conducts of living
The leading motive of the PhD. dissertation Computerteknologi, rationalitet og moderne livsførelse (1990) is to study the impact of computer technology on the conduct of modern living and its forms of rationalisation. It examines some important fore castings within social sciences, such as the theory of the knowledge society emphasising its links to an early stage of the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Mean while, since the beginning of the 1970ies, the AI has been marked by several controversies and revisions such as Dreyfus & Dreyfus (1986) "Mind over Machines". The PhD. dissertation introduces some of these revisions into the field of social sciences.
History of the intellectuals
Within the frame of sociology of knowledge, the ‘magisterkonferens' (mag.scient.soc.) Den intellektuelle - fra oprører til embedsmand (1986) examines concepts and roles of the German intellectuals of the fin de siècle era compared to those of the 1960ies and 1970ies
Honours, activities, grants, fellowships:
She is on the reviewers board of: Urban studies, Cities, Citizenship Studies, Journal of Historical Geography and Nordisk Arkitektur Forskning.
2015 Visiting fellow at Accademia di Danimarca, Rome
2014 Nominated as a short-term international visitor for FSI and the Stanford Humanities Center for 2014
2007 - Appointed member, the Advisory Board of The Danish Institute of Social Research
2007 - Appointed external examiner, the Departments of Political Sciencs at Copenhagen University, Syddansk and Aarhus University. Denmark
2007 - Appointed external examiner, Copenhagen Business Schools, Syddansk University, Aallborg University and Roskilde University, Denmark. The disciplines included are philosophies and sociologies of sciences (above all historical economy, - sociology and - technology)
2008-2010, Write-up grant for a collaborative research proposal for EU Framework Program 7, Agenda 2010. The Danish Research Council for the Humanities and START
2009 Visiting Scholar, New School for Social Research, New York
Social Polis (subcontractor) 2007-2010 (European Commission)
2005-2008: Project leader and Principal investigator of a research project on Copenhagen within the cross European comparative research scheme ‘Le Plan Urbanisme Construction et Architecture’ lead by sociologist Jacques Donzelot, French Ministry of Research and Technology.
2007 Visiting Scholar, Tokyo University, granted by Toyota Foundation and the Scandinavian-Sasakawa Foundation
2005 The EXPO Lecture, The Nordic Pavilion Aichi, Japan
2005 Visiting Scholar, L'Accademia di Danimarca, Rom, Italy
2003 Visiting Scholar, Tokyo University, Department of Architecture, granted by Japan Society for The Promotion of Science,
2002 - 2009 Co-founder and head of the Centre for Urban Studies, Roskilde University.
2000 Visiting Scholar, Kansai University, Department of Architecture, Osaka, granted by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and the Scandinavian-Sasakawa Foundation
2000-2004 Member of the Board of Directors of EBO consult (Energi, Bolig, Organisation)
1997-2001 Vice-president of the Danish Sociological Association
1996 Visiting Scholar, the Centre Michel Foucault at the Bibliothèque du Saulchoir, Paris
1996- 2000 Founder and managing director of Master of Public Policy, Roskilde University
1987-1990 Social Science Dissertation Fellowship, Roskilde University
Forsknings og undervisningsoplysninger
Seminars and courses
Det globale samfund: Mobilitet, hospitalitet og medborgerskab
Global Cities, Justice and Citizenship
Den fremmede i socialvidenskabelig belysning
Philosophy of the Social Sciences
for additional information please see kursus.ruc.dk
Afholdelse af PhD kursus og forskningsseminaret Post-secular conditions? Challenges to citizenship, democracy, law and social cohesion
08/12/2010 → 10/12/2010
CITYFUL: Cities with Success - Write-up grant, for preparing a collaborative research proposal for EU FP 7. The Danish Research Council and START
Eckart, F., Wikström, T., Franzen, M., Beaumont, J. & Greve, A.
01/12/2008 → 30/11/2010
Publikationer pr. år
Publikation: Bidrag til konference › Paper
Publikation: Kapitel i bog/rapport/konferenceproces › Bidrag til bog/antologi
Aktiviteter pr. år
Aktivitet: Foredrag og mundtlige bidrag
Research fellow at Accademia di Danimarca, Roma: Hospitality cultures in European port cities, past and presentGreve, A. (Deltager)
Aktivitet: Andet (priser, ekstern undervisning samt andet). - Gæsteophold ved andre institutioner