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Morten Fink-Jensen, Ph.D., is associate professor of the history of science and universities at The Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen. He is also University Historian at the University of Copenhagen.

Morten Fink-Jensen was educated from University of Copenhagen (MA 1997, Ph.D. 2003), and has previously held research positions at the Department of History, University of Copenhagen (assistant professor, 2003-2006), at Roskilde University (associate professor, 2007-2008), and Aarhus University (associate professor, 2010-2011), From 2007 to 2013 he was also affiliated senior research fellow at The Royal Library in Copenhagen.
He is currently a member of the Board of The Danish Society for Publication of Historical Sources, and a member of the Board of The Society for Danish Church History.

His research and publications are dealing with the history of early modern Denmark and Europe with an emphasis on cultural and intellectual history. Key areas of interest include history of science and universities, history of education, church history, and history of magic and witchcraft.