Universitetslektor Eva Siljehag

Eva Siljehag


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Telephone 08-120 764 74
Visiting address Frescati hagväg 10
Room 426
Postal address Specialpedagogiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

About me

Eva Siljehag, Ph.D. in Special Education and lecturer at the Department of Special Education, Stockholm University. She has a background as a preschool teacher and specialist teacher. Her research is aimed at democratic knowledge and change processes in education and its social conditions. Of particular interest are special educational situations and contexts within preschool and school where inclusive activity-based and knowledge-based interventions concern all children / students and every child / student.


Siljehag, E. (2003). When Do WeBecome Silent and Why Do We Become Silent? In Dybbroe Betina & Ollagnier Edmée (ed.). Challenging Gender in Lifelong Learning: European Perspectives.pp 115-132.  Adult Education Research Group (ESREA).Roskilde: Roskilde University Press.

Siljehag, E.(2007). Undervisning och forskning med fokus på läraren. I Härnsten Gunilla & Wingård Britta (Red.). Högskoleutbildning javisst, men med vem och för vad? Genusperspektiv i praktiknära forskning i högre utbildning. pp 201-220. Växjö universitet: Växjö University Press.

Siljehag, E.(2007). Igenkännande och motkraft. Förskole- och fritidspedagogikens betydelse för specialpedagogiken. (Recognition and Counter power. The importance of pre-school and leisure pedagogy for the special education.) (Doktorsavhandling vid Stockholms universitet).

Siljehag, E. (2010). Historien om barn i behov av särskilt stöd i förskolan. I Helldin Rolf & Sahlin Birgitta (Red).). Etik i specialpedagogisk verksamhet. s 119-134 Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Siljehag, E. (2012). Demokrati och frigörande med estetiska upplevelser – ett led i en medvetenhetsprocess för ALLA barn? I Klerfelt Anna & Qvarsell Birgitta (Red.). Kultur, estetik och barns rätt i pedagogiken. S 197-216. Malmö: Gleerups Utbildning AB.

Siljehag, E.(2014). Pre-school Teachers and Special Educators– a shared democratic mandate? The 3dr Nordic ECEC conference in Oslo. Approaches in Nordic ECEC research. Current Research and new perspectives (pp 24-27). Oslo: Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training. Retrieved from

Siljehag, E. (2015). Etik i forskning där barn medverkar. En processtudie. In B. Qvarsell, C. Hällström, & A. Wallin (Eds.), Den problematiska etiken. Om barnsyn i forskning och praktik (pp. 117-142). Göteborg: Daidalos förlag.

Lundqvist, J., Allodi Westling, M., & Siljehag, E. (2015a). Special educational needs and support provisions in Swedish preschools: A multiple-case study. International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, 7(2),273 293.

Lundqvist, J., Allodi Westling, M., & Siljehag, E. (2015b). Inclusive education, support provisions and early childhood educational pathways in the context of Sweden: A longitudinal study. International Journal of Special Education, 30(3), 3-16.

Lundqvist, J., Allodi Westling, M., & Siljehag, E. (2016). Characteristics of Swedish preschools that provide education and care to children with special educational needs. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 31(1), 124-139.

Lundqvist, J. Allodi Westling , M. Siljehag, E. (2018). Values and Needs of Children With and Without Special Educational Needs in Early School Years: A Study of Young Children’s Views on What Matters to Them. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research.

Last updated: November 21, 2018

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