Christiane Mossin



Phone: (+45)35333348

Mobile: (+45)31717646

Christiane Mossin is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. She has a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Copenhagen and a phD from Copenhagen Business School, the latter obtained on the basis of an interdisciplinary dissertation conducted in the intersection between law, political philosophy and philosophy of law. Her work owns to continental philosophical traditions and is oriented towards contemporary social, political and legal issues. Her present research concerns the relationship between democracy and civil society and focuses on a Danish historical and contemporary context.

For more information about the project: Civil society and associative democracy.


CISTAS researcher Anders Sevelsted has been rewarded a 2-year Post-doc

On the project: The Moral Elites. Who shaped the Danish Welfare State (1890-1933)?
Successful PhD Defense

Congratulations to CISTAS researcher Anders Sevelsted!
Seminar at Australian National University (ANU)

CISTAS researcher, Maj Grasten, is invited to give a seminar at the ANU on her work on global civil society and international law
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.
Call for contributions to Voluntas special issue:

Civil Society Organizations: the Site of Legitimizing the Common Good.