Hans-Henrik Holm

Afdelingsforstander Jean Monnet Professor

Afdeling: Viden og innovation
Telefon: 89 440 321
Mobil: 40 20 04 40
Email: hhh@dmjx.dk
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Født 1951
Jean Monnet Professor i Verdenspolitik.
Afdelingsforstander. Ansvarlig for det faglige indhold i DJHs undervisning i internationale forhold og for DJHs internationale uddannelser. Forskning i international politik, internationale medieforhold og globalisering. Ansvarlig for samarbejdet med Aarhus Universitet. Ansvarlig for det internationale konsortie der udbyder Mundus Journalism.  Modtager af DSEBs internationaliseringspris 2013.

1997-:                                    Jean Monnet Chair in International Journalism

2008-2009 , 2011                  Visiting professor in the Department of Social Science at the European                                               University Institute, Firenze, Italy

2007-2009 , 2012                  Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of Journalism, UC Berkeley                                  

2000-2001                             Visiting Professor at the European University Institute, Firenze  

1988-:                                    Professor and Head of Department at the Danish School of Journalism

 
1986-1988:                            Head of Department, Institute of Political Science, University of Aarhus

1977-1986:                            Associate Professor: International Relations, Institute of Political             Science, University of Aarhus
1985:                                      Research Fellow, Centre for International Security, Stanford University
1983-1984                             Visiting Fellow at Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley
1975-1977:                             Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Science, University of Aarhus

 

Appointments

Current:  

Chairman of the Board: Center for University Studies in Journalism, Aarhus University, 2004-

Chairman: Board of Studies, Erasmus Mundus in Journalism, Universities of Amsterdam, Hamburg, London City, Swansea and Aarhus 2006-

Chairman: The Danish Third World Information Committee (Danish Foreign Ministry) 1996-

Board member: Center for Culture and Development CKU, Copenhagen, 2004-

                           Council for International Development Cooperation (DANIDA) 1996- 2012

                           Uniconsult International, Aarhus, 1989-2012

                           International Media Support, Copenhagen 2007- 2011

                           Editorial Board of: Journalism. Theory, practice and criticism. Sage 2000-

                           Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Aarhus University 1999- 2011

                           External Editor, National Danish Encyclopedia, Copenhagen 1998-

 
Other recent professional responsibilities:

Project manager/consultant for journalism education projects in i.a.: Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Mongolia, Ukraine.

Consultant to UNESCO from 2006-09 on curriculum development. Developed the Unesco model curriculum on Journalism 2006-2008 (With M. Cobden and S. Adam). Published 2007.

 

Recent books:

The recalcitrant RIch ( with Robert McKinlay, Helge Ole Bergesen) The Northern Responses, 2014

Fragile States, Violence and the Failure of Intervention (with Lothar Brock, Georg Sørensen, Michael Stohl) , Cambridge, Polity Press 2012

Når Nyheder bliver til- på DR og TV2 (When news is made on public service channels) With Flemming Svith and Kate Kartveit, 240 pp Aarhus, Ajour, 2008.

Meget større end du tror. Avislæserne og det internationale  Much larger than you think. Newspaper readers and the global interest. (with Jens Henrik Haahr), Aarhus: Forlaget Ajour 2003, 205 pp.

Verden på tilbud. Om Udenrigsjournalistik og mediernes udenrigsdækning. The world on Sale. On international journalism and the international coverage of the media. (With L.Kabel, L. Møller,T. Kitaj, F. Ytzen ). Aarhus: Ajour, 2000, 210 pp.

And Now What. International Politics after the Cold War. (ed. with Georg Sørensen)        Aarhus: Politica 1998.

Whose World Order. Uneven Globalization and the End of the Cold War. (ed. with Georg Sørensen), Boulder, Col.:Westview Press, 1995, 246 pp.


Selected recent articles:.

“Idealer og Realiteter” i Historisk Tidskrift, Vol. 109, Hæfte 1, pp. 275-280

“Public service News  in Crisis,” Chapter in Svith et al (eds.) DR og TV 2 i offentlighedens tjeneste, Aarhus, Ajour 2007

“Denmark,” Chapter in Karen Christensen et al (eds), Global Perspectives on the United States, Cambridge, Berkshire Publishing. 2007

"Forgotten Crises- Blame the Media, but what about the readers and viewers? in Humanitarian Review, Winter 2003 issue, pp. 40-43.

"Danish Foreign Policy Activism: The Rise and Decline" in Bertel Heurlin and Hans Mouritzen(eds), Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2002, Kbh: DUPI, 2002, pp. 19-46.

"The Effect of Globalization on Media Structures and Norms. Globalization and the Choice of Foreign News" in Stig Hjarvard (ed.), News in a Globalized Society, Gøteborg: NORDICOM, 2001, pp. 113-129.

"The Forgotten Globalization of Journalism Education" in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, vol. 56, no.4, winter 2002, pp. 67-72.

" A Disaggregated World Order in the Making: Policy Towards Failed States as an         Example," in International Politics, vol. 38, no.3, September 2001, pp. 357-374.

 “Failing Failed States: Who forgets the Forgotten”, in Security Dialogue, Vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 547-473

 "The Rise and Decline of Danish Foreign Policy Activism:The case of Denmark" in Anne-Sofie Dahl and Norman Hillmer(eds.) Activism and Nonalignment. The relationship between foreign policy and security doctrine, Stockholm. UI, 2002, pp. 83-103

“Journalism education in Denmark: The Challenge of the market and Politics,” in R. Frölich and C. Holtz-Bacha, Journalism Education in Europe and North America: An International Comparison, Creskill: Hampton Press, 2003. pp. 121-139

 

 


Jean Monnet Professor i Verdenspolitik.
Afdelingsforstander. Ansvarlig for det faglige indhold i DJHs undervisning i internationale forhold og for DJHs internationale uddannelser. Forskning i international politik, internationale medieforhold og globalisering. Ansvarlig for samarbejdet med Aarhus Universitet. Ansvarlig for det interna= tionale konsortie der udbyder Mundus Journalism.  Modtager af DSEBs internatio= naliseringspris 2013.

1997-:                                    Jean Monnet Chair in International Journalism

2008-2009                             Visiting professor in the Department of Social Science at the European University Institute, Firenze, Italy

2007-                                     Adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley

2000-2001                             Visit= ing Professor at the European University Institute, Firenze  

   

1988-:         &n= bsp;                          Professor and Head of Department at the Danish School of Journ= alism

 
1986-1988:                            Head of Department, Institute of Political Science, University of Aarhus

1977-1986:                            Associate Professor: International Relati= ons, Institute of Political Science, University of Aarhus
1985:                                      Research Fellow, Centre for International Security, Stanford University
1983-1984                             Visiting Fellow at Institute of Internat= ional Studies, University of California, Berkeley
1975-1977:                             Assistant Professor, Institute of Politi= cal Science, University of Aarhus

 

Appointments

Current:  

Chairman of the Board: Center for Uni= versity Studies in Journalism, Aarhus University, 2004-

Chairman: Board of Studies, Erasmus M= undus in Journalism, Universities of Amsterdam, Hamburg, London City, Swansea and Aarhus

Board member: International Media Sup= port, Copenhagen 2007-

Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Aar= hus University 1999-

Board member: The Danish Third World Information Committee (Danish Foreign Ministry) 1996-

Board member: Center for Culture and Development DCCD, Copenhagen, 2004-

          &n= bsp;                Council for Internat= ional Development Cooperation (DANIDA) 1996-

          &n= bsp;                Board member: Unicon= sult International, Aarhus, 1989-

          &n= bsp;                Editorial Board of: Journalism. Theory, practice and criticism. Sage 2000-

          &n= bsp;                External Editor, National Danish Encyclopedia, Copenhagen 1998-

 
Other recent professional responsibilities:

Project manager/consultant for journa= lism education projects in i.a.: Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Mongolia, Ukraine.

Consultant to UNESCO from 2006-09 on curriculum development. Developed the Unesco curriculum on Journalism at the Masters level 2006-2008 (With M. Cobden and S. Adam). Published 2007.

 

Recent books:

Fragile States, Violence and the F= ailure of Intervention (with Lothar Brock, Georg Sørensen, Michael Stohl) , Cambridge, Polity Press 2012                         

Når Nyheder bliver til- på DR og TV2 (When news is made on public service channels) With Flemming Svith and Kate Kartveit, 240 pp Aarhus, Ajour, 2008.

Meget større end du tror. Avislæserne og det internationale  Much larger than you think. Newspaper reade= rs and the global interest. (with Jens Henrik Haahr), Aarhus: Forlaget Ajour 2003, 205 pp.

Verden på tilbud. Om Udenrigsjournalistik og mediernes udenrigsdækning. The world on Sale. On international journalism and the international coverage of the media. (With L.Kabel, L. Møller,T. Kitaj, F. Ytzen ). Aarhus: Ajour, 2000, 210 pp.

And Now What. International Politi= cs after the Cold War. (ed. with Georg Sørensen)        Aarhus: Politica 1998.

Whose World Order. Uneven Globaliz= ation and the End of the Cold War. (ed. with Georg Sørensen), Boulder, Col.= :Westview Press, 1995, 246 pp.


Selected recent articles:.

“Idealer og Realiteter” i Historisk Tidskrift, Vol. 109, Hæfte 1, pp. 275-280

“Public service News  in Crisis,” Chapter in Svith et al (= eds.) DR og TV 2 i offentlighedens tjeneste, Aarhus, Ajour 2007

“Denmark,” Chapter in Karen Christensen et al (eds), Global Perspectives on the United States, Cambridge, Berkshire Publishing. 2007

"Forgotten Crises- Blame the Media, but what about the readers and viewers? in Humanitarian Review, Winter 2003 issue, pp. 40-43.

"Danish Foreign Policy Activism: The Rise and Decline" in Bertel Heurlin and Hans Mouritzen(eds), Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2002, Kbh: DUPI, 2002, pp. 19-46.

"The Effect of Globalization on Media Structures and Norms. Globalization and the Choice of Foreign News&quote; in Stig Hjarvard (ed.), News in a Globalized Society, G=F8teborg: NORDICOM, 2001, pp. 113-129.

"The Forgotten Globalization of Journalism Education" in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, vol. 56, no.4, winter 2002, pp. 67-72.

" A Disaggregated World Order in the Making: Policy Towards Failed States as an         Example," in International Politics, vol. 38, no.3, September 2001, pp. 357-374.

 “Failing Failed States: Who forgets the Forgotten”, in Security Dialogue, Vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 547-473

 "The Rise and Decline of Danish Foreign Policy Activism:The case of Denmark" in Anne-Sofie Dahl and Norman Hillmer(eds.) Activism and Nonalignment. The relationship between foreign policy and security doctrine, Stockholm. UI, 2002, pp. 83-103

“Journalism education in Denmark: The Challenge of the market and Politics,” in R. Frølich and C. Holtz-Bacha, Journalism Education in Europe and North America: An International Comparison, Creskill: Hampton Press, 2003. pp. 121-139

 

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