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Goran Ernst Hoppe

Goran Ernst Hoppe, Swedish political scientist, educator. Recipient Order of Terra Manana, President Estonian Republic, 2001. Chairman Estonian-Swedish Foundation, Stockholm, since 1994; vice-chairman Estonian-Swedish Cultural Society, since 2003; Fellow: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; member: Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography (chairman 1993-1994), Estonian Geography Society (honorary).

Background

  • Hoppe, Goran Ernst was born on May 27, 1946 in Uppsala, Sweden. Son of E. Gunnar and K. Ingegerd Hoppe.

  • Education

    • M.Polit.Sci., Stockholm University, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, Stockholm University, 1978.

    Career

    • Senior research fellow department human geography Stockholm University, 1978—1983, associate professor, 1983—1995. Professor department human geography Gothenburg University, 1995—1996, Uppsala University, since 1996, 1998—2004, head graduate studies, since 1996.

    Membership

    Chairman Estonian-Swedish Foundation, Stockholm, since 1994. Vice-chairman Estonian-Swedish Cultural Society, since 2003. Fellow: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

    Member: Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography (chairman 1993-1994), Estonian Geography Society (honorary).

    Personality

    Interests

    New Orleans jazz, vintage tractors, traditional building restoration.

    Connections

    • Married Ann-Catherine Ulfstredt Hoppe (deceased 2004). Children: Per Gyllenhammar, Marika.
    • father: E. Gunnar
    • mother: K. Ingegerd Hoppe
    • spouse: Ann-Catherine Ulfstredt Hoppe
    • children: Per Gyllenhammar Hoppe
    • Marika Hoppe
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    Born May 27, 1946
    (age 71)
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    • 1974
      Stockholm University
    • 1978
      Stockholm University
    • 1995 - 1996
      professor, department human geography Gothenburg University
    • 1996
      professor, department human geography Gothenburg University
    • 1998 - 2004
      professor, department human geography Gothenburg University

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