Born in Denmark, I grew up in Paris where I studied law (DEUG, licence, maîtrise). I later obtained a master’s degree in political science at the University of Copenhagen.
I have been a Wiedemann fellow at IZEA, University of Halle–Wittenberg. I have also been a visiting researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, and at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich.
I have a working proficiency in Danish, English, French, Italian, and a conversational proficiency in German and Spanish.
My PhD thesis, entitled ‘Cosmopolitan Republicanism in the French Revolution: The Political Thought of Anacharsis Cloots’, is a major reappraisal of the political thought of Cloots, a fascinating and neglected representative of the late French Enlightenment, in the intellectual context of the European Enlightenment. It argues that a movement, that I call ‘cosmopolitan republicanism’, was developed during the French revolution, and defines what was cosmopolitan about it and what kind of republicanism it envisioned.