Emilie Holm was born and raised in the northern part of Zealand, Denmark and now lives in a collective with ten people. She is a MA candidate in Anthropology with an interest in politics. Currently, she is planning to conduct her fieldwork among the Republic elite in New York City. Outside of her studies, Emilie works at the Danish think tank Mandag Morgen and the magazine Respons, focusing on representation and fighting inequality.
More from Emilie Helene Holm
Under Huden (Under the Skin) - A podcast about Inuit tattoos, spiritism and women's power
Senior Fellows Emilie Helene Holm and Mahela Nilsson created this podcast about Inuit tattoos, spiritism and women's power, with tattoo artist, researcher and storyteller Maya Sialuk Jacobsen
Presenting the Podcast Series: 'Stories From the Unity of the Realm'
In this podcast series the 2020 Copenhagen Fellows delve into some of the topics covered in the 2020 Copenhagen Fellowship. Find out more about the podcasts here.
'Stories From the Unity of the Realm' - Episode 7: ''Frítt Val? - The Struggle for Abortion Choice in the Faroe Islands'
In this episode the 2020 Fellows Emilie, Tór, Trine, and Maria shed light on the complex aspects of the debate on legal abortion. Listen to their episode 'Frítt Val? - The Struggle for Abortion Choice in the Faroe Islands' here.
"More than Bricks". A podcast series about the Danish 'ghetto package', developed by 2020 Fellow Emilie Helene Holm
2020 Copenhagen Fellow, Emilie Helene Holm, has produced a podcast series in 6 episodes about the Danish 'ghetto package'. (The podcast series is in Danish).
Humanity in Action Denmark Announces the 2020 Danish Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 24 Fellows from Denmark were selected to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.