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Kontor:
E2013A ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )
Kontortid:
Tirsdag-fredag

Appointments

  • Professor of Sociology of Religion, University of Agder (2016–)
  • Guest professor, Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Forum for Gender Studies (2020–)
  • Board member Agder Academy of Sciences (2020-)
  • Medlem UiAs styringsgruppa Kompetanseenheten for kjønns- og seksualitetsmangfold  (2020-)
  • Visiting Researcher, Boston University, USA (Autumn 2019)
  • Associate Professor KIFO, Institute for Church, Religion, and Worldview Research (2008–2015)

Education

  • PhD in Religious Studies, University of Bergen (2008)

Research Projects

  • Negotiating Jewish Identity - Jewish Life in 21st Century Norway (2017–2021). Funded by: The Research Council of Norway’s SAMKUL program, led by Research Professor Cora Alexa Døving, The Norwegian Centre for Holocaust and Minority Studies.
  • Practices of death. Memory, governance, and religious change (2017–2018). Funded by: The Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS), led by Ulla Schmidt, Aarhus University.
  • Reassembling Democracy. Ritual as Cultural Resource (REDO) (2013–2017). Funded by: The Research Council of Norway’s SAMKUL program, led by Professor Jone Salomonsen, University of Oslo.

Interests

I study the forming of meaning understood as everyday practices, with a focus on identity construction among the majority of the population and ethnic minorities in Norway. My work is concerned with how these groups express, uphold and develop their everyday life in the outskirts of, or in the extension of, organised religion, both in private and public places (public institutions, public urban and natural landscapes). I am especially interested in how agency is influenced by social structures like hierarchy, authority, gendered social relationships, as well as global tendencies particularly migration and consumption. Most of my scholarship centres on negotiating of identity and how the sense of belonging creates and maintains ritual actions, emotions, and space. I have been focusing on how young people, newly established parents and bereaved people assign meaning to ritual actions in response to changes in life courses and social contexts.  

Teaching

·Sociology of Religion

·Research Method

·Gender Studies

·Methodology

Publications

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Forskning

I study the forming of meaning understood as everyday practices, with a focus on identity construction among the majority of the population and ethnic minorities in Norway. My work is concerned with how these groups express, uphold and develop their everyday life in the outskirts of, or in the extension of, organised religion, both in private and public places (public institutions, public urban and natural landscapes). I am especially interested in how the agency is influenced by social structures like hierarchy, authority, gendered social relationships, as well as global tendencies particularly migration and consumption. Most of my scholarship centres on negotiating of identity and how the sense of belonging creates and maintains ritual actions, emotions, and space. I have been focusing on how young people, newly established parents and bereaved people assign meaning to ritual actions in response to changes in life courses and social contexts.

Faglige interesser

Religionssosiologi, religiøse og sekulære livsløpsritualer, religiøs sosialisering, kjønn og religion, relasjonen mellom medlemmene og Den norske kirke, kirke- og religionsstatistik, offentlig sorg, endringer i norsk gravferdskultur

Prosjekter

Forskningsgrupper:

http://www.uia.no/forskning/humaniora-og-pedagogikk/religioese-minoriteter-og-religioest-mangfold

Prosjekter:

Negotiating Jewish Identity - Jewish Life in 21st Century Norway (ForskerprosjektSAMKUL, NFR)

https://www.forskningsradet.no/prognett-samkul/Nyheter/18_millioner_til_tre_prosjekter_om_nasjonale_minoriteter_i_Norge/1254026798764

Reassembling Democracy: Ritual as Cultural Resource (NFR)

http://www.tf.uio.no/english/research/projects/redo/

2012 - 2016: The Second International Study on Confirmation Work

http://www.ev-theologie.uni-tuebingen.de/lehrstuehle-und-institute/praktische-theologie/praktische-theologie-ii/projekte/konfirmandenarbeit-in-europa/the-international-study-confirmation-research-in-europe.html

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2021). Solid and floating burial places. Ash disposal and the constituting of spaces of disposal. Mortality. ISSN: 1357-6275. s 1 - 20. doi:10.1080/13576275.2020.1869707.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2020). Religious Parental Transmission and the Importance of Authenticity. Mission studies. ISSN: 0168-9789. 37 (3). s 414 - 432. doi:10.1163/15733831-12341739.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2020). The flower actions : Interreligious funerals after the Utøya massacre. Reassembling Democracy. Ritual as Cultural Resource. ISBN: 978-1-3501-2301-4. Bloomsbury Academic. 9. s 163 - 178.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2019). Religious Practices in the Framework of Ash Scattering and Contact with the Dead. Political Religion, Everyday Religion : Sociological Trends. ISBN: 978-90-04-39796-5. Brill. 6. s 67 - 83.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie; Christensen, Henrik Reintoft; Kühle, Lene; Nordin, Magdalena (2018). Rooms of Silence at Three Universities in Scandinavia. Sociology of religion. ISSN: 1069-4404. 10 (29). s 1 - 24. doi:10.1093/socrel/sry040.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2017). Engasjert ungdom? Konfirmanter i Den norske kirkes bidrag til sivilsamfunnet. Religion og ungdom. ISBN: 9788215029375. Universitetsforlaget. Kapittel 8. s 157 - 178.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2017). Innledning. Religion og ungdom. ISBN: 9788215029375. Universitetsforlaget. Innledning. s 9 - 32.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2016). Kristen ungdom?. Religion og livssyn : Tidsskrift for religionslærerforeningen i Norge. ISSN: 0802-8214. 28 (3). s 5 - 15.
  • Krupka, Bernd; Høeg, Ida Marie (2015). Confirmation Work in Norway. Youth, religion and confirmation work in Europe : the second study. ISBN: 978-3-579-08225-7. Gütersloher Verlagshaus. IV-6.. s 234 - 244.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2015). Silent actions – emotion and mass mourning rituals after the terrorist attacks in Norway on 22 July 2011. Mortality. ISSN: 1357-6275. 20 (3). s 197 - 214. doi:10.1080/13576275.2015.1012488.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie; Stifoss-Hanssen, Hans (2014). «Nå er du hos Gud: Jeg vet ikke hvilken Gud du er hos, men du har det sikkert veldig bra.» Religion og ritualer ved død i skolen. Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift. ISSN: 0029-2052. 98 (4). s 271 - 285.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2017). Religion og ungdom. ISBN: 9788215029375. Universitetsforlaget. s 270.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie; Krupka, Bernd (2017). After Confirmation: Results for Norway I Friedrich Schweitzer (Hrsg.), Thomas Schlag (Hrsg.), Henrik Simojoki (Hrsg.), Kati Tervo-Niemelä (Hrsg.), Wolfgang Ilg (Hrsg.) Confirmation, faith and volunteerism. A longitudinal study on Protestant adolescents in the transition towards adulthood. European Perspectives. ISBN: 978-3-579-08244-8. Gütersloher Verlagshaus. s 10.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie; Krupka, Bernd (2015). Confirmation Work in Norway. In: Youth, Religion and Confirmation Work in Europe. The Second Study, Friedrich Schweitzer, Katie Niemelä, Thomas Slag, Henrik Simojoki (eds.), 234 – 243. ISBN: 978-3-579-08225-7. Gütersloher Verlagshaus. s 11.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie; Krupka, Bernd (2015). Youth and Church Services. In: Youth, Religion and Confirmation Work in Europe. The Second Study, Friedrich Schweitzer, Katie Niemelä, Thomas Slag, Henrik Simojoki (eds.), 170 – 179. ISBN: 978-3-579-08225-7. Gütersloher Verlagshaus. s 10.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie; Reintoft Christensen, Henrik; Lagger, Dagmar; Schweitzer, Friedrich (2015). What the Adolescents Believe. In: Youth, Religion and Confirmation Work in Europe. The Second Study, Friedrich Schweitzer, Katie Niemelä, Thomas Slag, Henrik Simojoki (eds.), 170 – 179.. ISBN: 978-3-579-08225-7. Gütersloher Verlagshaus. s 13.
  • Aagedal, Olaf; Botvar, Pål Ketil; Høeg, Ida Marie (2013). Den offentlige sorgen : markeringer, ritualer og religion etter 22. juli. ISBN: 978-82-15-02081-5. Universitetsforlaget. s 227.
  • Breistein, Ingunn; Høeg, Ida Marie (2012). Religionsstatistikk og medlemsforståelse. ISBN: 978-82-519-2940-0. Akademisk Forlag. s 294.
  • Hegstad, Harald; Winsnes, Ole Gunnar; Høeg, Ida Marie (2000). Folkekirke 2000 : en spørreundersøkelse blant medlemmer av Den norske kirke. ISBN: 8299557607. KIFO. s 74.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2020). FNs bærekraftsmål “Likestilling mellom kjønnene» i et religionssosiologisk perspektiv. Sentrale debatter i forskning på kjønn, religion og likestilling..
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2020). Professorrollen.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2020). Gravplasskultur i endring. Den flerkulturelle gravplassen..
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2020). Et kriserammet folk ­regner med kirken.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2019). Dåpspraksis i en plural og sekulær tid.
  • Høeg, Ida Marie (2019). Ungdom og religion i dag..

Sist endret: 30.06.2021 15:06