Coordinators

The coordinators are at the core of NSU. They are responsible for the work of the study circles, recruitment and setting up events. They often choose a traditional form for work, where papers are presented in seminars, with plenty of time for discussion. Experiment with other forms of work are also most welcome. Coordinators do not get paid for their work.

Rules:

  1. The coordinators are elected by the study circle. The study circle can change coordinators.
  2. In general by default two coordinators are elected, which NSU can administrate for meetings and refunds. Additional coordinators can not expect economical compensation.
  3. One coordinator is responsible for the economical handling during a winter symposium.
  4. Study circles which are new, can send both coordinators to the autumn meeting, “fællesmøde”.

2020

Study Circle 1

Laine Kristberga
Circle 1 coordinator

Latvia.

Anete Ušča
Circle 1 coordinator

Latvia.

Study Circle 2

Palle Dahlstedt
Circle 2 coordinator

Sweden.

Maru Mushtrieva
Circle 2 coordinator

Germany.

Study Circle 3

Laura Hellsten
Circle 3 coordinator, NSU Board member 2020-

Finland

Nicole des Bouvrie
Circle 3 coordinator, NSU Board member 2019-

the Netherlands

Study Circle 4

Marta Laura Cenedese
Coordinator Study Circle 4

Finland.

Helena Duffy
Coordinator Study Circle 4

Finland.

Study Circle 5

Anna Wojtyńska
Coordinator Study Circle 5

Postdoctoral researcher, University of Iceland.

Irma Budginaitė-Mačkinė
Coordinator Study Circle 5

PhD, Lecturer at Vilnius University, Lithuania.

Linda Lapiņa
Coordinator Study Circle 5

cand. psych., PhD, Assistant Professor of Cultural Encounters, Roskilde University, Denmark

Study Circle 6

Mikko M. Puumala
Coordinator Study Circle 6

Finland.

Teea Kortetmäki
Coordinator Study Circle 6

Finland.

Study Circle 7

Heidi Seppälä
Coordinator Study Circle 7

Heidi Seppälä is a dancer, choreographer, dance researcher and pedagogue. 

Born in Finland in 1987 but since lived in 10 countries around the world, Heidi’s artistic work is rooted in multiculturalism and explores the complexities of freedom and imprisonment in both mental as well as societal level. 

Heidi holds a BA in dance pedagogue (Tartu University 2009), BA Dance Theatre (London 2012) and MA in dance anthropology (2019). She is currently a student of Uni-arts Helsinki’s pedagogical studies for teachers in the arts, and runs a new international initiative for de-colonising the art of dance.

Marina Velez Vago
Coordinator Study Circle 7

Dr Marina Velez Vago is a multidisciplinary artist and researcher based in Cambridge. UK. She was born in Argentina, lived in Spain, The Netherlands and the UK and travelled extensively. 

Marina is the founder and organiser of Cambridge Sustainability Residency  and the founder and curator of Sustainability Art Prize at Cambridge School of Art. 

Marina has co-edited two books about art and sustainability, MILK. and ROAR. She is a member of the Dalvazza Group at the Swiss Artistic Research Network and a member of the British Art Network. 

Marina holds a BA, a Masters and a Ph. D.  in Fine Arts and she lectures at Norwich University of the Arts and the University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research title is ‘Exploring value, meaning and worth through five art projects in rural Spain’.

Study Circle 8

Jasna Koteska
Coordinator Study Circle 8

Ph.D., Full Professor in Humanities University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia.

Oddbjørn Jensen
Coordinator Study Circle 8

High School Teacher, Hammerfest Videregående Skole, Norway.

Study Circle 9

Laura Antola
Coordinator Study Circle 9

Finland.

Anna Vuorinne
Coordinator Study Circle 9

Finland.