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    1435 København K

    Danmark

20062024

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Else Skjold is an associate professor in design and sustainability and head of KLOTHING, Centre for Apparel, Textiles & Ecology Research at the Royal Danish Academy. She holds an MA in Culture and Communication from the University of Copenhagen (2003). Her PhD fellowship was affiliated with Copenhagen Business School, The Doctoral School of Organization and Management, and Design School Kolding. Her PhD thesis The Daily Selection(2014) initiated her continuing work within the field of design entrepreneurship in the crossover between cultural studies, business and design. Her key approach is the combination of design anthropology-oriented wardrobe studies, and design and business strategies for sustainability. She is currently working as workstream leader of the textile track of the national mission-based partnership for circular economy of plastics and textiles, TRACE (trace.dk) and is involved in a range of collaborative research projects within the area of design and circular economy. 

Curriculum vitae

2019- Associate Professor in Design and Sustainability at KADK

2019    Associate Professor at Design School Kolding in User Studies, Sustainability and Design Management at DSKD

2016    Assistant Professor at DSKD

2014    Post Doc at DSKD and Kopenhagen Fur

2008    PhD student at DSKD/CBS; ©reative Encounters

2007    Research assistant for the project: ”Fashion Research at Design Schools” at Designskolen Kolding

2006    Research assistant at the project: ”A Study of International Fashion Research” at Designskolen Kolding

Forskningsområder

  • Historie og kultur
  • Design research
  • Mode og tekstil
  • Sustainability
  • dress practice
  • Strategic Design
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Proces og metode
  • wardrobe method
  • user-centered design
  • Collaborative processes
  • Strategic Design