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Mads Ejsing is a postdoc at the Center for Applied Ecological Thinking (CApE) at University of Copenhagen, where he is part of the research project Climate Justice Temporalities in Denmark.
His research combines ethnographic methods and political theory and is concerned with the intersections of critical democratic theory and the politics of climate change. He holds a PhD in political theory from the Department of Political Science at University of Copenhagen.
He has visited several world-renowned research institutions, first as a graduate student and later as a researcher, such as Harvard University (2016), University of Oxford (2017), Brown University (2019), and McGill University (2022).