2015 – The Year the Crisis Returns?

2014 was a relatively “calm” year in the Eurozone and the crisis seemed to have lost most of its urgency. Not for citizens directly affected by structural reforms, austerity policies, stalling economic life, and high unemployment rates but for public political communicators across Europe . Eventually, this translated into reduced topicality and newsworthiness for public […]

Multiple Fragmentation and Conflict: The EU Crisis’ Affect on Migrant Discourses in Europe

As mentioned in the previous post I’ll present a paper at an upcoming conference in Giessen this November. I collaborate with another PhD candidate from Hull who works on the Greek “crisis theatre” and we decided to focus on the role of migration in the related political debates. Read here the preliminary draft: The sovereign debt […]

Mig@Net Transnational Digital Networks, Migration, and Gender

Last year I participated in a large EU funded research venture on the role of digital media in the formation of transnational migrant networks and their affect on gender issues, the Mig@Net Project. My supervisor Dr. Athina Karatzogianni was one of the project’s organisers and I worked with her on the sub-section on ‘Intercultural Conflict […]