Andreas Møller Mulvad

Assistant Professor, PhD 

Phone: (+45)38153539

E-mail: amm.dbp@cbs.dk

Andreas Møller Mulvad (b. 1983) holds master’s degrees in Sociology (Copenhagen) and Human Geography (Bristol), as well as PhD in Political Science (Copenhagen)
His research combines historical sociology, international political economy and intellectual history. The foundational project is to explore the widely differing historical development of capitalist modernity in different countries, especially China and Scandinavia. He has published on ideology and political economy in contemporary China and on the relational sociology of Norbert Elias.
His CISTAS project develops a republican reinterpretation of Civil Society as a concept that already mattered prior to capitalist modernity and the consolidation of the liberal state, and which also points beyond it. Projected outcomes: a) a comparative index of civil society – defined in the republican sense – across states; b) a comparative excavation of radical republican visions of civil(ised) society in Scandinavian popular movements between 1840 and 1940.

For more information about the project: Danish civil society from a comparative perspective.

News

23-08-2017
SSHA annual conference 2017:
 
 

The CISTAS project will be presenting two panels at this years 42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association in Quebec, Canada.
23-08-2017
Call for contributions to Voluntas special issue:
 
 

Civil Society Organizations: the Site of Legitimizing the Common Good.
23-08-2017
34th Egos Colloquium in Tallinn:
 
 

Call for papers to sub-theme on Civil Society.
23-08-2017
33rd Egos Collequium 2017
 
 

Sub-theme on Civil Society Organization
10-08-2017
CISTAS researcher, Maj Grasten, gives talk at the University of Melbourne
 
 

Maj Grasten, CISTAS researcher and currently visiting fellow at Melbourne Law School, will give a talk at the University of Melbourne on the role of non-state actors in post-conflict rule of law reforms.