Public Law researchers’ VR applications succeed again

27 November 2018

Once again, Senior Lecturer Victoria Enkvist and Professor Anna-Sara Lind have been successful in their multidisciplinary funding applications to the Swedish Research Council.

Victoria Enkvist’s project, Pentecostal Migrants in Secular Sweden, Influences and Challenges, is hosted by the Uppsala Religion and Society Research Centre (CRS) and includes researchers in such fields as law, anthropology, theology and sociology of religion. The purpose of the project is to gain a better understanding of the historical, social, religious, legal and moral changes in Swedish society that may be associated with religious minority groups’ migration.

Anna-Sara Lind’s project is entitled Contributivism - On Practices, Debates and Attitudes About Grounding Democratic Inclusion on Economic Contributions. The purpose of this project, in which researchers in philosophy, political science and law are taking part, is to study the institutional and political manifestations of contributivism in the European Union and some of its member states today.

Both projects will start in 2019.

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