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H2006 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

Haaland holds a Phd in development studies from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences

In her research for her PhD she focused on land conflicts and competing jurisdictions in Mozambique. However, having worked in comissioned research she alsoholds a vast experience working on human-environment conflicts in Norway and countries in the South. Since 2013 she has had a strong research interest in the phenomenon of personalised aid in the Global South, a topic she has researched together with Hege Wallevik. Haaland and Wallevik are currently involved in research projects focusing on gender, immigrant women and access to paid work in Norway, with case studies from Agder. They are also both involved in research exploring impacts of microfinance on family welfare in Indonesia. 

Academic interests

UT - 112: Introduction to Latin America: history, society and development

UT - 109 Field course Bolivia

UT - 402: Gender, Culture and Everyday Life

UT - 407: Mobilitet, sted og identitet

Projects

Mobility, culture and gender:  

http://www.uia.no/en/research/samfunnsvitenskap/mobility-culture-and-gender

Scientific publications

  • Padilla, Jose J Frydenlund, Erika Wallevik, Hege Haaland, Hanne (2018). Model co-creation from a modeler?s perspective: Lessons learned from the collaboration between ethnographers and modelers. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. ISSN: 0302-9743. 10899 LNCSs 70 - 75. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93372-6_8.
  • Haaland, Hanne Wallevik, Hege (2017). Citizens as actors in the development field : the case of an accidental aid-agent’s activities in aid-land. Forum for Development Studies. ISSN: 0803-9410. 44 (2). s 203 - 222. doi:10.1080/08039410.2017.1305444.
  • Haaland, Hanne Wallevik, Hege (2016). Comparative reflection. Applied social science research in a regional knowledge system. ISBN: 978-1-4724-8782-7. Routledge. 7. s 127 - 140.
  • Regalsky, Pablo Haaland, Hanne (2016). Ethno-development, education and development in Raqaypampa, Bolivia. Education, Learning and the Transformation of Development. ISBN: 9781138952546. Routledge. Part II: Education and development alternatives. s 61 - 76.
  • Haaland, Hanne Wallevik, Hege (2016). Reflections on Gender and Diversity in Cross-Cultural On-line Teaching. Kvinder, Køn og Forskning. ISSN: 0907-6182. 1
  • Havnevik, Kjell Johannes Haaland, Hanne Sortevik (2011). Biofuel, land and environmental issues - the case of SEKAB's biofuel plans in Tanzania. Biofuels, land grabbing and food security in Africa. ISBN: 9781848138780. Zed Books. 7. s 106 - 134.
  • Haaland, Hanne Aas, Øystein (2010). Eco-tourism Certification - Does it Make a Difference? A Comparison of Systems from Australia, Costa Rica and Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism. ISSN: 1502-2250. 10 (3). s 375 - 385. doi:10.1080/15022250.2010.486262.
  • Kaltenborn, Bjørn Petter Nyahongo, Julius William Kideghesho, Jafari Ramadhani Haaland, Hanne (2008). Serengeti and its neighbors – do they interact?. Journal for Nature Conservation. ISSN: 1617-1381. 16s 96 - 108.
  • Lysgård, Hans Kjetil Vasstrøm, Mikaela Haaland, Hanne Cruickshank, Jørn (2017). Sustainable development beyond state - intermunicipal collaboration in-between empowered and public space..
  • Haaland, Hanne Wallevik, Hege (2017). Citizen Initiatives in the Midst of a Refugee Crisis: exploring the case of Lesvos through institutional ethnography.
  • Haaland, Hanne Wallevik, Hege (2017). Citizen Initiatives in the Midst of a Refugee Crisis: The Case of Lesvos Hanne Haaland, University of Agder; Hege Bergljot Wallevik, University of Agder.

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