In the list below you will find a selection of ongoing research projects at Aarhus University.
The list is split in two, listing the Danish and English research projects. On the specific project site, you will find information about purpose, focus group, published papers and other relevant information. This is not a complete list of all research projects at Aarhus University.

Current projects at Arts

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  1. Education Under 3 Website and Database

    Hansen, O. H.

    Early Childhood Educatiuon and Care Website.


  2. Effekten af ICDP-programmet.

    Andersen, F. Ø.Knoop, H. H.Chemi, T.Lüthi, C.

    I forbindelse med forsknings- og udviklingsprojektet "Mange måder at lære på", der afvikles i Vejle kommune i perioden 2009-2011, med medvirken af flere DPU-forskere, tager jeg mig af et forskningsprojekt, der sætter fokus på effekten af ICDP-indsatsen på en række udvalgte Vejleskoler..


  3. Mediemad

    Christensen, D. R.Povlsen, K. K.Waade, A. M.Ostrowski, K.Larsen, C. R.Halkjær, B.

    Forskningsprojekt/forskergruppe under opbygning.


  4. Theories of Human Evolution

    , Foley, R.Wrangham, R.Leakey, R.


  5. MINDLab Organizations project

    Obel, B.Håkonsson, D. D.Mønster, D.Eskildsen, J. K.Huber, G.Burton, R.Argote, L.

    To explore the generation, dynamics, and behavioral consequences of emotions in individuals, groups and firms and incorporate such findings into organizational design and leadership theory..


  6. Agency and collective action

    Højbjerg, C. K.Roepstorff, A.Johannsen, N. N.Skewes, J.Otto, T.McGraw, J.Wallot, S.

    The aim of the agency project is to advance the understanding of the connection between the human mind-brain and human behaviour by exploring the interplay between experienced and performative agency in real-life interactions and experimental settings.


  7. More than entertainment: popular culture and entrepreneurship among urban youth in Uganda

    Schneidermann, N.

    The project is an investigation of the role of popular culture in young people’s lives in two Ugandan cities. Although the majority of Ugandan youths are faced with uncertain futures and social marginalisation, many are occupied with popular culture, and invest time and resources into fashion, music, film and dances; yet popular culture is often overlooked in development work and research aiming at unleashing the positive potentials of the youth towards development.