Södertörn University has professional, creative research environments that range over many disciplines and fields.
Our research has a contemporary focus united with an active and critical approach to the past. Many of the research groups and research projects strive to achieve a high level of contemporary and social relevance. The university's research generally has an international focus, even in subjects that traditionally examine their own national cultures and history. A key word is multidisciplinarity.
The Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) is a multi-disciplinary research centre at Södertörn University, focusing on the Baltic Sea area and Eastern Europe.
We create meetings between different forms of knowledge: theory and practice, art and science. We explore, raise awareness of and develop practical knowledge with an emphasis on different forms of knowledge in working life.
ENTER forum is a hub for multidisciplinary research and education in the field of entrepreneurship.
The MARIS research institute at Södertörn University carries out and develops maritime archaeological research, with a special emphasis on the Baltic Sea and the surrounding area.
The Stockholm Centre on Health of Societies in Transition (SCOHOST) is a research centre that examines issues related to health, welfare, and population in Eastern Europe.
The Academy of Public Administration is a multidisciplinary research centre at Södertörn University. It gathers research on public administration, primarily Swedish public administration, from a range of different areas.
The Institute of Contemporary History at Södertörn University is a leading research centre for contemporary history in Sweden, with a strong interest in both domestic issues and history on the transnational and international level.