Julie Zahle

I am a philosopher specialized in the philosophy of the social sciences (and the humanities). My main areas of research are: values in science, the individualism/holism debate, qualitative methods, research ethics, social theories of practice, the philosophy of anthropology and sociology, and the role of science in society.

Since 2017, I have been a research fellow at Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen, where I am conducting a research project on values and objectivity in qualitative data collection in the social sciences.

 

Selected Activities

Co-founder and member of the steering committee of the European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ENPOSS) (since 2012). See www.enposs.eu.

Guest editor of a Synthese Topical Issue on “Objectivity in Social Research” together with Petri Ylikoski (in progress).

Recipient of Nordic Research Council Workshop Grant (NOS-HS) to organize three workshops in 2020 on “Reactivity in the Human Sciences” together with Marion Godman and Caterina Marchionni. See https://sites.google.com/view/thereactivityproject/home.

Guest editor of a European Journal for Philosophy of the Science Topical Issue on “Reactivity in the Human Sciences” together with Marion Godman and Caterina Marchionni (in progress).

Visiting professor, Department of Philosophy, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany (spring 2020).

Qualitative Methods – book under contract with Cambridge University Press, Elements Series in Philosophy of Science (in progress).