H.P.M. Carlsson MSc (Hanna)

Researcher - Geography

H.P.M. Carlsson MSc (Hanna)
Visiting address

Heyendaalseweg 141

Postal address

Postbus 9108

Working days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Hanna Carlsson is a doctoral student at the department of Geography, Planning and Environment at the Institute for Management Research. She currently researches how aged care and social care practices respond to the needs and preferences of older people from ethnic minorities in the cities of Nijmegen and The Hague.

Hanna has a strong interest in investigating how inequality are reproduced and challenged in daily social practices. Her previous research projects have investigated reproduction of gender norms in boxing gyms and access to the city for visually impaired people through an investigation of daily mobility patterns.

She has taught in the course Qualitative methods and supervised Bachelor theses. In addition, she provides guest lectures in courses on Urban Geography and Diversity in the workplace. She has also coordinated a summer school Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice on behalf of the RUNOMI (Radboud University Network on Migrant Inclusion).

She is an active member of ENIEC, a European Network on Intercultural Elderly Care. She also cooperates with local stakeholders to improve aged care for older people from minorities in Nijmegen.


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