Eva BrodinSenior Lecturer, Reader, MSSc, PhD

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Educational Sciences
  • Learning
  • Pedagogy
  • Social Sciences Interdisciplinary

Keywords

Research

The key areas of my research are scholarly development and doctoral education. I am also interested in issues on higher education in general from a critical perspective. I integrate educational, philosophical and psychological theories while focusing on the following subjects:

  1. Learning in doctoral education
  2. Critical thinking in scholarship
  3. Creativity in scholarship
  4. Academic identity development
  5. Discourses on higher education 

Ongoing research projects (besides my supervision of doctoral thesis projects)

  1. Images of educational practice and its educators in academia: Their history and power in Sweden since 1946. Collaboration between researchers at the Division for Higher Education Development, Lund University. PI: Eva Brodin. Period: 2018-2021.
  2. Excellent doctoral learning in Sweden and South Africa. Collaboration between Lund University, Linnaeus University, Rhodes University, and Stellenbosch University. PI: Eva Brodin. Period: 2017-2022. 
  3. I-PROTECT: Implementing injury Prevention exercise ROutines in TEams and Clubs in youth Team handball. Collaboration between Lund University (Dept. of Health Sciences,  Dept. of Psychology, Dept. of Educational Sciences/Division for Higher Education Development), Linköping University, and La Trobe University. PI: Eva Ageberg, Dept. of Health Sciences, Lund University. Period: 2016-2020.
  4. Scholarly development in interdisciplinary graduate schools. Internal collaboration between the Division for Higher Education Development and Centre for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University. PI: Eva Brodin. Period: 2012-2018.

Finished research projects

  1. The role of doctoral education in early career development. Collaboration between Lund University, University of Gothenburg, Rhodes University, and Stellenbosch University. Funding: SANORD (Southern African-Nordic Centre). PI: Liezel Frick, Stellenbosch University. Period: 2014-2016.
  2. The relationship between critical and creative thinking in doctoral education. Post doc project, Linnaeus University. PI: Eva Brodin. Period: 2009-2011.
  3. Mentorship in doctoral education. Internal collaboration between Lärande Lund, Dept. of Psychology, and Dept. of Immunotechnology at Lund University. PI: Eva Brodin. Funding: Lärande Lund, Lund University. Period: 2008-2009.
  4. Critical thinking in scholarship. Doctoral thesis project, Lund University. PI: Eva Brodin. Supervisors: Lennart Svensson & Åsa Lindberg-Sand. Period: 2002-2007. 

Awards

Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence for the scholarly article: Brodin, E.M. & Frick, B.L. (2011). Conceptualizing and Encouraging Critical Creativity in Doctoral Education. International Journal for Researcher Development, 2(2), 133-151. 

Scholarly networks 

  1. Coordinator for FonSyd (Forskarutbildningsnätverket Syd) [Swedish Network for Doctoral Education]
  2. Member of EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction)
  3. Member of IDERN (International Doctoral Education Research Network)
  4. Member of NFU (Nätverket för forskarhandledarutbildare) [Network for Research Supervision Educators]
  5. Member of Swednet (Nätverk för pedagogisk utveckling i högre utbildning) [Network for educational development in higher education]

External research affiliation

Besides my work at Lund University, I am also a research associate with conditional tenure at the Centre for Higher and Adult Education at Stellenbosch University in South Africa.  

 

Teaching

I have experience of teaching adults at all levels, ranging from individuals with acquired brain damage at Furuboda Folk High School to university students and teachers in higher education. Currently, I am a senior lecturer at: 

Department of Educational Sciences, Division for Higher Education Development (AHU), Lund University (teaching subjects: Doctoral students' learning, Research supervision)

In 2011-2017, I was also teaching in the subjects of theory of science and qualitative research methods at the Department of Psychology, Lund University. Furthermore, I have extensive experience of supervising theses at Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral levels in varying knowledge areas. 

Recent research outputs

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