Teaching

Since2004 I have taught the following courses at Media Studies, University of Aarhus

Spring 2013: Rhetorics and New Media (MA rhetorics) (co-taught with Tina Thode Hougaard)

Autumn 2012: Theories of media, society and culture (3 classes)

Spring 2012: Theories of media, society and culture (2 classes)

Autumn 2011: Theories of media, society and culture (2 classes) & Political Communication

Spring 2011: Theories of media, society and culture & Internet, Self and Society (co-taught with Charles Ess)

Spring 2010: Theories of media, society and culture (2 classes)

Autumn 2009: Theories of media, society and culture (2 classes)

Autumn 2008: Mediesystemanalyse (Media and Society) & Political Communication

Autumn 2007: Mediesystemanalyse (Media and Society) & Kvantitativ metode (Introduction to Quantitative Methods)

Spring 2007: Mediesystemanalyse (Media and Society)

Autumn 2006: Mediesystemanalyse (Media and Society) & Kvantitativ metode (Introduction to Quantitative Methods)

Spring 2006: Mediesystemanalyse (Media and Society)

Autumn 2005: Mediesystemanalyse (Media and Society) & Kvantitativ metode (Introduction to Quantitative Methods)

Spring 2005: Internet and society – politics, community, identity.

Autumn 2004: Applied Quantitative Methods (statistics and the use of SPSS),

Before 2004 i taught these courses:

Autumn 2002: Politics, social capital and new media. Dep. of Political Science, University of Aarhus

Spring 2002: Guest lecturer at Dep. of Rhetorics, University of Minnesota, USA

Autumn 2001: The Democratic Consequences of the Internet. Dep. of Political Science, University of Aarhus

Autumn, 2000: The Political Systems of Foreign Countries. People’s University, Aarhus.

1998-2000: Four semesters as instructor. Dep. of Political Science, Universit of Aarhus. Teaching “Introduction to Politics” and “The Political Systems of Foreign Countries”.

1995-2000: Various teaching and speeches when working for a political youth organisation. Mainly speeches for young politicians, journalists and students from Russia and the Baltic States.