Institut for Ledelse, Politik og Filosofi


Kontor: POR/18.B-4.132

As a historical and political sociologist, I study processes of governance and leadership in the field of tension between top-down and bottom-up, between elite and popular governance, experts and civic engagement. Within this dynamic, I have a strong interest in how patterns of inequality, diversity, and difference emerge and are sustained, as well as how forms of alternative and affirmative organizing are undertaken to address, circumvent, or resist such patterns. I study civil society elites, moral elites, intermediary elites, and movement elites. I am engaged in questions related to the role of religion and science in governing modes of behavior under modern conditions, and I study the historical regulation of moral conduct as well as social and economic policy. I apply genealogical as well as contemporary approaches spanning interpretive and statistical methods, including affirmative genealogy, conceptual history, and Social Network Analysis. Pedagogically, I am interested in developing teaching methodologies rooted in American Pragmatism.

Primære forskningsområder
  • Governance and leadership
  • Organization studies
  • Expertise and belief
  • Inequality, difference, and diversity
  • Situated learning
Curriculum Vitae
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Publikationer sorteret efter:
Anders Sevelsted; Jacob Lunding / Kampen om klassifikationerne : Økonomernes virke i den moralske elite.
I: Slagmark, Nr. 84, 2022, s. 83-110
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Anders Sevelsted / Lutheran Doxa and Reformed Action : Interconfessional Influences on Voluntary Social Work in Late Nineteenth-century Copenhagen.
I: Lutheranism and Social Responsibility. red. /Nina J. Koefoed; Andrew G. Newby. Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2022, s. 211-232 (Refo500 Academic Studies (R5AS), Vol. 082)
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Anders Sevelsted / Moral Elites and the De-Paradoxification of Danish Social Policy between Civil Society and State (1849–2022)
I: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 10.8.2022
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Anders Sevelsted / The Swedish Civil society Elite : A Very Political Elite.
Paper presented at ECPR General Conference, 2022
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Anders Sevelsted / Christianity, State, and Voluntarism : Protestant Processes of Privatization and Deprivatization.
I: Civil Society: Between Concepts and Empirical Grounds. . red. /Liv Egholm; Lars Bo Kaspersen. Abingdon : Routledge 2021, s. 98-111 (Routledge Advances in Sociology)
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Håkan Johansson; Anders Sevelsted / Exploring Civil Society Elites : Mechanisms, Positions, Resources, and Strategies.
Paper presented at 37th EGOS Colloquium 2021, 2021
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Anders Sevelsted / From Awkwardness to Action Christian Voluntarism in Denmark Beyond the Sector Model of Civil Society
I: International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. 34, Nr. 2, 6.2021, s. 191-215
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Anders Sevelsted / From Challengers to Elites : Exploring the Notion of Civil Society Elites .
Paper presented at ECPR Joint Sessions Virtual Event 2021, 2021
Anders Sevelsted / Pillarism Reconsidered : 110 Years of Civial Society Embeddedness in Danish Elite Networks .
Paper presented at 26th World Congress of Political Science 2021, 2021
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Lars Bo Kaspersen; Anders Sevelsted / The "Long History" of Civil Society in Denmark and Western Europe : Civil Society – in the Shadow of the State (Eighteenth to the Twenty-first Century).
I: Civil Society: Between Concepts and Empirical Grounds. . red. /Liv Egholm; Lars Bo Kaspersen. Abingdon : Routledge 2021, s. 48-69 (Routledge Advances in Sociology)
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Part-time post-doctoral fellow at Lund University, 01.01.20-31.12.23