My research focuses on exploring the narratives of young adult cancer survivors. This is primarily situated in disability studies, and draws on perspectives from the medical humanities and medical sociology. The research addresses both the educational experiences and everyday experiences of young adult cancer survivors. My current work is on the project: Narratives of young cancer survival. An exploration of experiences related to surviving cancer while also being young.
Disease, illness and disability
Semi-structured to unstructured interviewing
Co-constructive grounded theory
Jan Grue, Department of Sociology and Human Geography (UiO)
Hilde Bondevik, Department for Interdisciplinary Health Sciences (UiO)
Luca, Tateo, Department of Special Needs Education (UiO)
2018 - Doctoral Research Fellow, UiO
2015 - 2018 Educational / Psychological Counselor, Oslo PPT
2014 - 2015 Clinical educator, BUP Nord
MA, Special Needs Education, University of Oslo (2014).
Thesis: Grief in times of illness. Young cancer survivors’ stories of the loss of a friend with the same disease as themselves. http://urn.nb.no/URN:NBN:no-45283
Andersen, Eva-Mari & Munoz Llort, Sonia (2021). Feminismer i interseksjonene: samtaler for å endre samfunnet.
Andersen, Eva-Mari (2021). Narrativer om ung kreftoverlevelse: (fraværet) av fortellinger om å leve videre og etter. I symposium: Betydningen av erfaringsbaserte fortellinger i funksjonshemmingsforskning, med Sara Orning, Halvor Hanisch og Sonia Munoz Llort. .
Andersen, Eva-Mari (2019). Ung voksen kreftoverlever - om å leve videre og etter potensielt dødelig kreftsykdom i tenårene. Erfaringer, utfordringer og problemstillinger i et skoleperspektiv.
Andersen, Eva-Mari (2019). Grief in times of illness. Narratives about the death of peers as told by young cancer survivors.