Frederik Uldall

On this website I present a brief overview of some of my current and former research interests. I would like to emphasize that I am not a scientist. The pursuits presented are personal activities carried out in my spare time. The activities are not associated or connected with my current employment at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. The views presented on these pages, in publications, and in media appearances are my personal opinions.

Recent outreach: Frederik Uldall was interviewed by Sue Brayne on the “Embracing your Mortality” podcast. Aired on Spotify on May 6th 2022.


Frederik Uldall - nærdødsoplevelser - Near-Death Experiences

2001 – M.Sc., Human Geography, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen.

Unpublished thesis: Natursyn under forandring? (Changes in the Perceptions of Nature?) Research questions: How were perceptions of nature socially constructed in the past? How are perceptions of nature socially constructed in contemporary society? Analytical framework: Discourse analysis. Case study: The industrial symbiosis in Kalundborg, Denmark. Method: In-depth interviews with company representatives and other stakeholders.

2000 – Minor in Social Science, Department of Political Science, Københavns Universitet.

Spouse: Ditte Maria le-Fevre
Mother: Elisabeth Uldall Pelch
Father: Svend Aage Christensen
Sister: Anna Rørbæk Uldall

Current employment: Senior consultant at the Niels Bohr Institute

Research interests

Near-Death Experiences (nærdødsoplevelser), End-of-Life Experiences, Shared-Death Experiences, UFOs (UAPs), Social change, Sociology of the paranormal, Sociology of ignorance (agnotology), Sociology of scientific knowledge, Discourse analysis, and Megalithic sites.


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