Her principal research interests lie in the field of the political sociology of European integration and globalization. In her work, she focuses on political identities and attitudes towards the European Union and explores the role of public opinion and elite positions in the process of regional integration and globalization. She is also interested in the impact of transnational mobility on attitudes and identities.
Her academic experience is markedly interdisciplinary (international relations, ethnicity studies, political science, political sociology) and international. She studied in Poland and the Netherlands, defended her Ph.D. in Spain, and developed research visits in Hungary, Germany, Italy, and the United States.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Social Sciences, University Carlos III of Madrid
CES Visiting Scholar 2016-2017, Harvard University
Discipline: Comparative Politics
Areas of Expertise: Comparative Politics
Politics and Policy in the EU
Political Sociology of Europe
Central and Eastern Europe