Anders Sevelsted

Assistant Professor 

Phone: 20654955
Anders Ludvig Sevelsted (b. 1982) holds a Ph.D. from the University of Copenhagen. Anders is currently employed as an assistant professor at Copenhagen Business School, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy. His research interests are mainly within historical sociology/history of ideas and cover welfare state history, history of social movements and voluntarism, religion and collective action. Most recently, he has begun studying the ‘moral elites’ that shaped the normative fabric of the modern welfare state, and the development of the historical philanthropic elite of Danish society. Central theoretical inspirations are the American pragmatists as well as Hans Joas’ historical sociology. Anders recently received the Carlsberg Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowships in Denmark stipend. 

For more information about the project: Civil society and voluntarism.


New Deadlines for Movements and Morality Conference

If you wish to participate in the conference Movements & Morality new deadlines have been made!
Lars Bo joins panel on civil society

Lars Bo has agreed to sit on the panel for the Civil Society Knowledge Center made by the Danish independent online paper Altinget.
Book Launch: From Financial Crisis to Social Change: Towards Alternative Horizons (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)

In this edited volume, CISTAS researcher Andreas Møller Mulvad has contributed with a chapter
New publication by Anders Sevelsted

CISTAS researcher Anders Sevelsted has just published a new article "Protestant Ethics-In-Action: The Emergence of Voluntary Social Work in Copenhagen 1865-1915" in European Journal of Sociology / Archives Européennes de Sociologie
Another exciting summer for the CISTAS project!

Researchers from the CISTAS project have participated with papers on several conferences including ISA, LSA, CSSI, PROS, EGOS & SASA during the summer.