Media Presence

You can find some of my media interventions on my Medium page.

  1. “Swedish Prime Minister ousted after losing confidence vote”, interviewed for  the program RN Drive, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 26 September 2018. Available online http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/drive/swedish-prime-minister-ousted-after-no-confidence-vote/10308454
  2. Quoted in the article “Danish People’s party, Sweden Democrats and AfD draw most attention on Facebook” [Dansk Folkeparti, Sverigedemokraterna og AfD tiltrækker størst opmærksomhed på Facebook], Dagbladet Information, 22 September 2018. Available online at https://www.information.dk/indland/2018/09/dansk-folkeparti-sverigedemokraterna-afd-tiltraekker-stoerst-opmaerksomhed-paa-facebook
  3. “2019 European Elections and Social Media”, interviewed by Ciara O’Riordan for Ecanvasser. 13 September 2018. Available online at https://www.ecanvasser.com/blog/2019-european-elections-and-utilising-social-media-an-interview-with-anamaria-segesten/
  4. Quoted in an interview for the article “Trusted news sources curbed social media impact on Swedish vote”,  12 September 2018, The Irish Times. Available online at https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/trusted-news-sources-curbed-social-media-impact-on-swedish-vote-1.3625682
  5. Sweden election: yes, the far right made gains, but we’re not falling apart, The Conversation, 10 September 2018. Available online at  https://theconversation.com/sweden-election-yes-the-far-right-made-gains-but-were-not-falling-apart-102920
  6. The 2018 Swedish Elections and Social Media. Social Media and Politics Podcast, Episode 57, 10 September 2018. Available online at https://simplecast.com/s/cbabc2b1
  7. Sweden Democrats – anti-immigration, anti-EU party set to win more votes than ever, The Conversation, 6 September 2018. Available online https://theconversation.com/sweden-democrats-anti-immigration-anti-eu-party-set-to-win-more-votes-than-ever-102675
  8. Švédští demokraté vsadili na strach z migrace, ale do vlády se nedostanou, Interview for the Czech magazine Respekt, Available online https://www.respekt.cz/politika/200164755
  9. Wildfires and migrants: the issues defining a very uncertain election in Sweden, The Conversation, 31 August 2018, Available online https://theconversation.com/wildfires-and-migrants-the-issues-defining-a-very-uncertain-election-in-sweden-102430
  10. “Så påverkas valrörelsen av digital demokrati”, Under Strecket, Svenska Dagbladet, 31 August 2018, Available online https://www.svd.se/sa-paverkas-valrorelsen-av-digital-demokrati
  11. “No more clickbait” – interview in Emerging Europe. 17 August 2018. Available online https://emerging-europe.com/interviews/no-more-clickbait/
  12. “The Brexit battle on Facebook: Assessing echo chambers and polarization” (together with Michael Bossetta and Hans-Jörg Trenz), LSE Brexit blog, 6 June 2018. Available online at http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2018/06/19/the-brexit-battle-on-facebook-assessing-echo-chambers-and-polarisation/
  13. ”De områden Bulgarien har valt att prioritera som ordförandeland visar att Östeuropa inte längre kan betraktas som ett enat block.”, Sydsvenskan, 31 December 2017. Available online via https://www.sydsvenskan.se/2017-12-31/de-omraden-bulgarien-har-valt-att-prioritera-som-ordforandeland-visar-att-osteuropa-inte-langre-kan-betraktas-som-ett-enat-block
  14. ”The Year in Review”, Social Media and Politics podcast, 17 December 2017. Available online via https://socialsimplecast.fm/40
  15. Participant in the Swedish National Public radio program Studio Ett, on the theme “Katalonien: vad händer nu?” (Catalonia: What happens now?), 1 October 2017. Available online: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=1637&artikel=6790039
  16. “Digital Architectures: How to effectively use each medium” in Social Media: Best Practices in Politics and Public Affairs (edited by Tom Moylan). September 2017. Brussels: DigiMedia.
  17. “Sharing is caring: Labour supporters’ use of social media #GE2017” (together with Michael Bossetta), UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign (edited by Einar Thorsen, Dan Jackson, Darren Lilleker), 20 June 2017. Available online at http://www.electionanalysis.uk/uk-election-analysis-2017/section-5-the-digital-campaign/sharing-is-caring-labour-supporters-use-of-social-media-ge2017/
  18. “The 2017 British General Elections on Social Media”, Social Media and Politics podcast, 10 June 2017. Available online via https://socialmediaandpolitics.simplecast.fm/25
  19. Commentary on the UK general election and its implications, Live streaming video, Lund University Facebook page, 9 June 2017, available online via https://www.facebook.com/lundsuniversitet/videos/1597957120245903/
  20. Commentary on the results of the French elections, Live streaming video, Lund University Facebook page, 8 May 2017, available online via https://www.facebook.com/lundsuniversitet/videos/vb.120745044633792/1554875884554027/
  21. Participant in the Swedish National Public radio program Filosofiska Rummet (The Philosophy Room), on the theme “Illiberal demokrati” (Illiberal Democracy), 7 May 2017
  22. “Social Media and Anti-Corruption Protests in Romania, with the Facebook Page ‘Corruption Kills’”, Social Media and Politics podcast, 26 March 2017. Available online via https://socialmediaandpolitics.simplecast.fm/15
  23. Commentary on the results of the Dutch elections, Live streaming video, Lund University Facebook page, 16 March, 2017, available online via https://www.facebook.com/ lundsuniversitet/videos/1481892585185691/
  24. ”The Year in Review”, Social Media and Politics podcast, 20 December 2016. Available online via https://socialmediaandpolitics.simplecast.fm/8
  25. ”Identitet”, HT-Samtal podcast (together with Mattias Nowak and Lina Sturfelt). 5 December 2016. Available online via http://www.ht.lu.se/forskning/ht-samtal-podcasts-med-ht-forskare/ht-samtal-23-identitet/
  26. Participant in the Swedish National Public radio program Filosofiska Rummet (The Philosophy Room), on the theme “När räddslan tar över” (When Fear Takes Over), 6 December 2015, http://t.sr.se/1ZyPDit
  27. Participant in Swedish Television’s program Runda Bordet (The Round Table) on the theme Europa, 30 November 2014, http://www.svtplay.se/video/2509399/runda-bordet/runda-bordet-europa-sasong-1-avsnitt-2
  28. Participant in Swedish Radio’s program Filosofiska Rummet (The Philosophy Room) on the theme “Berättelsen om Europa” (A Narrative about Europe), 25 May 2014, http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/372585?programid=793
  29. Monthly contributions for the University of Venus since 1 February 2010
  30. Participant in Swedish Radio’s program ”Nationsbyggarna”, Konflikt, Sveriges Radio P1, 8 June 2013
  31. ”Merkel är inte Hitler” Aktuella Frågor, Sydsvenskan, 6 May 2013
  32. ”Vi skilter ikke med vores europæiske identitet” Dagbladet Information 2 October 2012
  33. “Tystnaden i Rumänien är bruten” Under Streket – Svenska Dagbladet 3 May 2012
  34. “Not for love or for money – why do a PhD?” The Guardian Higher Education Network, 3 May 2012
  35. ”Comment: The Danish flag controversy” Universitetsavisen, University of Copenhagen 1 May, 2012
  36. ”Europæerne til kamp mod uretfærdige ranglister” Universitetsavisen, University of Copenhagen 8 November, 2011
  37. ”Bloggen verktyg i Europastudier” LUM Lunds Universitet Magasin 1/2011, p. 10
  38. “Women in research: recommendations for gender equality in higher education”, The Guardian Higher Education Network, 12 October 2011
  39. “Analysis: Thoughts on the Thorning government” Universitetsavisen, University of Copenhagen 3 October, 2011
  40. “Comment: Where have all the women gone?” Universitetsavisen, University of Copenhagen 23 May, 2011
  41. “Analysis: Death of US public enemy no. 1”, Universitetsavisen, University of Copenhagen 4 May, 2011
  42. “Reworking the university rankings for a new higher education market” The Guardian Higher Education Network, 14 September 2011
  43. “Barroso’s Commission”, Acum, weekly publication of Romania Libera, Nov. 2009
  44. “The European Union has a president”, Acum, weekly publication of Romania Libera 2009.
  45. “Apathy Prevails: The upcoming elections have failed to promote an honest debate about the province’s future”, Transitions Online, 20 Oct. 2004.