Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance
Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra
I joined the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance in 2015 as a postdoctoral research fellow working with Professor Dryzek on his Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship project Deliberative Worlds: Democracy, Justice and a Changing Earth System.
I completed my PhD in normative political theory at the University of Essex (Government department) in 2015 with a thesis on the ethics of multiple citizenship. My thesis discusses the moral legitimacy of different grounds of acquisition of multiple citizenship as well as its consequences for collective decision-making and global justice. It also advances a series of policy proposals to reform citizenship as we know it.
I am interested especially, but not exclusively, in global (economic) justice, epistemic democracy, immigration ethics and citizenship, and deliberative democracy and broadly in applied ethics and democratic theory.
Ana Tanasoca, Against bot democracy: the dangers of epistemic double-counting, Perspectives on Politics, forthcoming 2019.
Ana Tanasoca and Jensen Sass, ‘Ritual deliberation’, Journal of Political Philosophy, 27 (2019), 136–63.
Ana Tanasoca, The Ethics of Multiple Citizenship, Cambridge University Press, 2018.
- Ana Tanasoca, "Distributing some, but not all, rights of citizenship according to ius sanguinis,” EUDO Forum debate Bloodlines and Belonging: Time to Abandon Ius Sanguinis? September 2015.
- Ana Tanasoca, “Double taxation, multiple citizenship and global inequality,” Moral Philosophy and Politics, 1 (2014), 147–69.
- Ana Tanasoca, “Citizenship for sale—neomedieval, not just neoliberal? European Journal of Sociology (Archives Européennes de Sociologie), 57 (2016), 169–95.” European Journal of Sociology, forthcoming.
- Robert E. Goodin, Ana Tanasoca, “Double voting,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 92 (2014), 743–58.