Stine Bruland is a researcher at NOVA, section for research on childhood, family and child welfare. Her research interests include family life, migration, generation, and the welfare state. Her PhD thesis concerns transnational family life among families of Tamil background. She is currently working on projects regarding the participation of children and youth in the welfare states institutions and how the welfare state handles families who, for religious and, or, cultural reasons, limit the participation of children and young people in various arenas. She has a PhD in social anthropology (2015) from NTNU and a continuing education in family therapy and systemic practice (2022) from VID. She mainly works with various qualitative methods.
Evaluation of minority counsellor pilot projects in upper secondary schools and adult learning centres
NOVA researchers will evaluate two pilot projects placing minority counsellors in secondary schools in vulnerable urban areas and adult learning centres.
Bruland, Stine (2015). Being there while Being here: Long-distance Aesthetics and Sensations in Tamil National Rituals. Fuglerud, Øivind; Wainwright, Leon (Ed.). OBJECTS AND IMAGINATION Perspectives on Materialization and Meaning . Berghahn Books.
Nationalism as meaningful life projects: identity construction among politically active Tamil families in Norway.
Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Bruland, Stine (2011). Making Home(s). Repères générationnels et nationalisme comme instruments de making home(s), ”faire son chez-soi” chez les activistes politiques de la diaspora tamoule de Norvège. Hommes et migrations. Vol. 1291.
Bergflødt, Monika Marie; Bruland, Stine; Bossy, Dagmara
Med døra på gløtt. Barn og unge inn i familievernet?.
OsloMet - storbyuniversitetet.
Bruland, Stine (2015). Underneath the margosa tree. Re-creating meaning in a Tamil family after war and migration. ISBN: 978-82-326-1234-5. 345 p. NTNU.
Bruland, Stine; Cañás Bottos, Lorenzo; Fuglerud, Øivind (2015). Underneath the margosa tree. Re-creating meaning in a Tamil family after war and migration. ISBN: 978-82-326-1234-5. 340 p. NTNU.
Bruland, Stine; Chelliah, Rajan (2013). Yannalvali - Tamil girls experience social control in Norway.
Bruland, Stine (2012). ‘The eye like’: attractive aesthetics and creative processes of religiosity among Tamil Catholics and Hindus. Creativity in Transition. Politics and Aesthetics of Circulating Images. University of Utrecht.
Bruland, Stine (2011). Transgressing religious boundaries: the power of aesthetics in Catholic and Hindu prayer among Sri Lankan Tamils. Internal Conference for HERA-project “Creativity and Innovation in a World of Movement". Queens University pf Belfast.
Bruland, Stine (2011). Transgressing religious boundaries: the power of aesthetics in Catholic and Hindu prayer among Sri Lankan Tamils. Torsdagsseminar. Etnografisk seksjon, Kulturhistorisk Museum.
Bruland, Stine (2011). Moving Aesthetics: materiality and senses in Tamil Catholic and Hindu prayer in Paris. International Seminar on Dynamics of Religious Trajectories: Continuities and Changes, Traditions and Improvisations. Department of Sociology, M.O.P Vaishnav College for Women.
Bruland, Stine (2011). Long-distance aesthetics: Being here and there: Aesthetics and Emotions in Tamil Nationalism. Materiality, Movement, Museum. Kulturhistorisk Museum.
Bruland, Stine (2010). På søken etter en identitet – nasjonalisme som meningsfulle livsprosjekt i den tamilske diasporaen. Norsk Antropologisk Årskonferanse. NTNU.
Bruland, Stine (2010). Nationalism as meaningful life projects in transnational Tamil families. Sri Lanka roundtable. University of Utrecht.
Sørensen, Bruland Stine (2009). Å skape hjem. Erfaringer og betydninger av tilhørighet i tamilske transnasjonale familier. 118 p. Universitetet i Oslo.
Bruland, Stine (2009). Barn og unge i norske tamilske familier. Seminar. Norsk Folkehelseinstitutt.