Josefine holds a BA in Cultural Studies with a minor in Digital Media. Her academic focus on Postcolonial Studies and cultural analysis has been crucial for her professional path in the media development sector. It has provided her with various tools to understand the significance of historically determined power dynamics when situating any global event nowadays. She considers this recognition an essential part of every effort to communicate, since it acknowledges the connection between truth and power.
In the future she would like to work on solutions for the rising political polarization from a trans-disciplinary perspective including media production, reception and the increasingly globalized infrastructure of the information space.
Josefine has had special learning experiences through living in different countries. She is looking forward to pursuing her Masters in Canada with great anticipation, learning about new habits, exchanging recipes and creating communities.