Born and raised in Copenhagen, Christina is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Religion and History at the University of Copenhagen, where she has focused on feminism and the role of women in religion. She has spent a year abroad studying at Lund University and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Besides studying, Christina works at The Danish Jewish Museum, specializing in the history of the Danish Jews and antisemitism and has previously worked in Poland focusing on the Holocaust. She has also volunteered with the organisation Silba, which is a student-run NGO focused on conducting election observations abroad and ensuring elections adhere to international standards.
Updated May 2019
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