I am a doctoral candidate in human geography. My research explores regional identity construction in contemporary protest movements in North Norway at a time when oppositions between ‘centre’ and ‘periphery’ have become agenda setting in national politics. I am interested in the discursive production of regions as constituted by and constitutive of socio-spatial practices. The aim of my research is to chart contested acts of regional institutionalisation and its underlying problematisations, and to analyse its social and political effects. My research borders on political geography and is theoretically informed by work on regional institutionalisation, peripheralisation, socio-spatial relations and discursive-material approaches to analysis. I have a background in international relations and security studies, and have previously conducted research on digitalisation and social exclusion in the European High North.
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