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Maj Grasten

Assistant Professor, PhD

Email: mlg.dbp@cbs.dk

Phone: +45 31 54 00 72

Maj Grasten is Assistant Professor in the Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School. Her main fields of interest are international relations, international legal theory and the interaction of law and politics in global governance. The project she is leading within CISTAS explores the role of civil society actors in the context of international law's expansion and fragmentation. Her research draws mainly on the method of multi-sited ethnography. She has been a visiting fellow at Freie Universität Berlin, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and Kosovar Institute for Policy Research and Development (KIPRED). Between June and September 2017, she is a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Fellow with the Laureate Program in International Law at Melbourne Law School. She is a board member of the European International Studies Association (EISA). Her research has recently been published in Journal of International Relations and Development and an edited volume on The Power of Legality (Cambridge University Press, 2016). She is currently editing a volume on the politics of translation in international relations.


For more information about the project: Civil Society and the Global Civil Society.

 

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News

07-02-2018
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)?
29-11-2017
Successful PhD Defense
 
 

Congratulations to CISTAS researcher Anders Sevelsted!
23-08-2017
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
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.