Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism (CEMFOR) coordinates broad-ranging, methodologically inclusive, and multidisciplinary research on racism at Uppsala university.
CEMFOR was inaugurated in January 2017. CEMFOR is the result of a collaboration between six faculties within the Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences. CEMFOR offers scholars and doctoral students interested in issues of racism a dynamic academic environment with funding and research positions, thus contributing to project coordination, theoretical and methodological development, and the training of a future generation of racism scholars.
CEMFOR´ six pillars
- Research Collaboration
- Knowledge - Dissemination (JRS, UP)
- Research School
- Racism Studies Database
- Platform of cooperation
Directors of Research
Professor Irene Molina, chairman (Faculty of Social Sciences).
Senior lecturer Önver Cetrez (Faculty of Theology).
Senior lecturer Sandra Friberg (Faculty of Law).
Senior lecturer Oscar Pripp (Faculty of Arts).
Professor Anna Carita Evaldsson (Faculty of Educational Sciences).
Senior lecturer Memet Aktürk Drake (Department of Scandinavian Languages).
Doctoral PhD student Maissa Al Adhami (Department of Women's and Children's Health). Doctoral PhD student Alexandra Lebedeva (Faculty of Theology)
Jobs and vacancies at CEMFOR!
Vacancies (right now we have no vacancies).
We also welcome researchers with external funding in relevant research areas.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Contact: Per-Erik Nilsson, Director.