My PhD project investigates educational guidance of school students (7.th-8th grade) in schools situated in marginalized housing areas. The project works with an understanding of how race, geography and class intersect and affect the educational guidance of the students as well as the students' own perspectives on their future. The project is supervised by Trine Øland. I am a part of the research group The History and Sociology of Welfare Work.
At the moment my work draws on postcolonial theory, affect theory and feminist geography.