Ingeborg Svensson (b. 1965) is research fellow at Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University. She achieved a PhD in 2008 from Stockholm University in Ethnology, which received a prize from Kungliga Gustav Adolfs Akademien för svensk folkkultur. In 2001 she was a STINT scholar in the Centre for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, New York University. She has participated in the research project, ‘Heteronormativity: an ethnographic approach,’ funded by Riksbankens jubileumsfond (RJ), and she has been the head of the research project, ‘Sexuality in the brain – Neuroscience, media and knowledge production,’ funded by RJ. She recently co-edited, "Att känna sig fram: Känslor i humanistisk forskning" / To feel our way: Emotions in the humanities (2011). Her most recent publication is a contribution to the anthology “Queer Futures: Reconsidering Normativity, Activism and the Political” (2012). In her research, Svensson has mainly been concerned with issues of resistance, recognition, subjectivity and affect. She is currently working with the project "Expect a miracle: imagining futures in the rural south of Sweden".