Current: Curator and head of collections, The Green Museum, Denmark https://detgroennemuseum.dk/
- Heading the collection and conservation department, including staff responsibility
- Developing the museum's collections of objects
- Academic and curatorial responsibility for agricultural history
- Research and publication
- Developing research projects
- Tending to conservation needs of objects
- Security issues concerning the collections of objects in storage facilities and exhibitions
- Development of the museum's research library
- Professional support of museum volunteers within the agricultural history area
Achievements and projects:
- New collection policy and strategy
- New emergency plan for collections
- Part of the Sustainable Climate Control project: https://www.dkmuseer.dk/museernes-groenne-akademi/
2022: Postdoctoral fellow, Department of History and Classical Studies, Aarhus University & Faculty of History, University of Cambridge. Funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark
2021: Researcher at the project “Getting to Norden: Comparisons of associative and corporatist governance”, Center for Civil Society Studies, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy. https://www.cbs.dk/en/research/departments-and-centres/department-of-management-politics-and-philosophy/center-civil-society-studies
2020: Research intern at the Danish Research Center for Manorial Studies, Gammel Estrup – The Danish Manor and Estate Museum. https://gammelestrup.dk/en/about-gammel-estrup-the-manor-museum/the-danish-research-centre-for-manorial-studies/
2019: Project-coordinator and editor for the Akademisk dannelse project, Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, Aarhus University. https://akademiskdannelse.dk/
2018: Research coordinator for the Research Unit for the History of Political and Economic Ideas, Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, Aarhus University. https://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/philosophy-and-history-of-ideas/the-research-programme-at-the-department-of-philosophy-and-the-history-of-ideas/research-groups/research-unit-for-the-history-of-political-and-economic-ideas/
2016-2019: PhD fellow at the School of Culture and Society, Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, Aarhus University.
2011: Teaching assistant at the School of Culture and Society, Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, Aarhus University.
2010: Student assistant at the Center for Sociological Studies, Aarhus University.
2010: Student assistant at the Humanities Council of Students, Aarhus University.
2024: Håndtering og pakning af genstande
2022: Samlingsforståelse og betydningsvurdering som arbejdsmetode
2022-2023: Visiting scholar, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge.
2017: Visiting scholar, School of History, Institute of Intellectual History, University of St. Andrews.
2016-: Board member of the Danish Society for Marxist Studies. Co-organizer of the society’s annual conferences ‘Marx Now’ in 2016 (Aarhus University), 2017 (Roskilde University), 2018 (University of Southern Denmark), 2019 (The Danish School of Education, Emdrup), 2020 (Copenhagen Business School), and 2021 (Aalborg University) https://marxistiskestudier.com/
2016-2019: Member of editorial staff at the leading Danish intellectual history journal Slagmark – Tidsskrift for Idéhistorie. Review editor and Special theme editor on volume 76 with the title “The History of the Idea of Work”, fall 2017. https://www.slagmark.dk/
2012: Member of the editorial staff at the Danish journal for the history of ideas, semiotics, and philosophy: Semikolon: Tidsskrift for Idéhistorie, Semiotik og Filosofi.
2016-2019 (13 December): PhD fellow at the School of Culture and Society, Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, Aarhus University.
2013-2014: Master Courses at the Institut für Philosophie, Freie Universität Berlin.
2012-2015 (23 June): Master’s Degree in The History of Ideas, Aarhus University.
2009-2012 (14 August): Bachelor’s Degree in The History of Ideas (major) and Social Sciences (minor).
2022: European Postdoctoral Fellowship, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. Total score: 94,2% (awarded, declined)
2022: International Postdoctoral Fellowship, Independent Research Fund Denmark, https://dff.dk/forskningsprojekter?SearchableText=&period%3Alist=njmlyyjx2g&instrument%3Alist=mfu25sdb60&filed_method%3Alist=all (awarded, accepted)
2021: Carlsberg Foundation Visiting Fellowship at the University of Oxford, https://www.carlsbergfondet.dk/da/Forskningsaktiviteter/Bevillingsstatistik/Bevillingsoversigt/CF21_0334_Esben-Boegh-Soerensen (awarded, declined)
Joint runner up for the Postgraduate Paper Prize at the Social History Society’s annual Conference, Keele University, June 2018: http://socialhistory.org.uk/2018/06/22/postgraduate-paper-prize-2018/
2016: Knud Højgaards Fond: Research Stay at the University of St. Andrews, UK.
2016: Oticon Fonden: Research Stay at the University of St. Andrews, Uk.
2013: Augustinus Fonden: Stay abroad, master courses at the Institut für Philosophie, Freie Universität Berlin.