Kolja Möller


Research Fellow

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Research Fellow in the project Transnational Force of Law. From 2013 to 2017, he was a post-doctoral research fellow at the Cluster of Excellence „Normative Orders“, University of Frankfurt where he directed a project on „Affects and Constitutionalism“. From 2009 to 2013, he was a research fellow at the collaborative research centre „Transformations of the State“, University of Bremen. He received a grant from the German National Academic Foundation (2010-2013) for his Phd „The structural transformation of constitutionalism. On the post-democratic constitution of the transnational“ (University of Flensburg 2014, summa cum laude). Further, he was a visiting scholar at the graduate school „Constitutionalism beyond the State“ at Humboldt University Berlin (2012/2013). From 2004 to 2008, he studied political science, philosophy and law at the University of Frankfurt.


Research interests: international political sociology, political theory, legal theory.


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Projektbezogene Publikationen

Book chapter

2016 The Struggle for Transnational Social Rights
in: Fischer-Lescano/Möller (eds.): Transnationalisation of Social Rights. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 11-48 (co-authored with Kolja Möller).

Edited Volume

2016 Transnationalisation of Social Rights
Cambridge: Intersentia (co-edited together with Kolja Möller).


2017 Invocatio populi. Demokratischer und autoritärer Populismus
in: Jörke/Nachtwey, Das Volk gegen die (liberale) Demokratie? Die Krise der Repräsentation und neue populistische Herausforderungen, Leviathan – Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft, Sonderband, p. 246-267.


2018 Popular Sovereignty, Populism and Deliberative Democracy
Philosophical inquiry, Vol. 42, p. 14-36


2018 From Constituent to Destituent Power Beyond the State
Transnational Legal Theory, Vol. 9, p. 32-55


2018 Von der Krise der Volkssouveränität zur transnationalen destituierenden Macht
in: Das Argument. Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften nr. 328, p. 502-515.