Planning for Pluralism in Nordic Cities

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Randi Gressgård 1  and Tina Gudrun Jensen 2
  • 1 Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK), University of Bergen, Norway
  • 2 Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS), University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Randi Gressgård
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  • professor at Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK), and affiliated with the research unit International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER), University of Bergen. Her research interests include migration & minority studies, gender & sexuality studies and urban studies. Among her publications is Multicultural Dialogue: Dilemmas, Paradoxes, Conflicts (Berghahn Books, 2010/2012).
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and Tina Gudrun Jensen
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  • PhD, is an anthropologist and affiliated with the Centre for Advanced Migration Studies, at the University of Copenhagen (AMIS). She has done research on migration, cultural complexity, social integration and urban spaces. Her work focuses on inter-ethnic relations. Her latest publications include ‘The Complexity of Neighbourhood Relations in a Multi-Ethnic Social Housing Project in Copenhagen’ in Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power and a monograph on everyday life and social relations in a multi-ethnic neighbourhood in Copenhagen: Om at leve med forskellighed: hverdagsliv og naboskab i et multietnisk boligområde (Samfundslitteratur: København).
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