Political anthropologist and philosopher new PhD

Annika Isfeldt is a newly employed PhD student in the ADD project.

Together with the project’s co-PI, Helene Friis Ratner, and colleagues, Annika isfeldt will be exploring the use of predictive algorithms in public administration. More specifically, Annika will conduct a range of ethnographic studies in order to study how the introduction of predictive algorithms (re)shape citizens’ trust in the state. Annika is a political anthropologist and philosopher, and she comes from a position working with social data science. Annika is a part of the ADD team at Aarhus University.