Seminar: Blurred Boundaries: Fantasy Citizenship, the worker citizen and mobility controls
CMR UW Seminars: Recent Advances in Theory and Research on Migration: Please join us for a seminar on November 2, with professor Bridget Anderson.more
She graduated from the Institute of International Relations and the Institute of Institute of Social Prevention and Resocialization, University of Warsaw. Kseniya is currently a PhD student at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw. Research interests include issues of social activity of migrant women, their participation in the life of the host society, forms of self-organization and agency manifested in formal organizations and informal social networks, the mechanisms of support networks in areas where there are no systemic solutions from the state and the mainstream society.
Kseniya participates in research projects of the Institute of Public Affairs, cooperates with non-governmental organisations and social initiatives (for example with the Association of Legal Intervention, project “Children in Intercultural Warsaw” financed by the city of Warsaw)
“Support Online: Case of Russian-speaking Women’s Online Network in Warsaw” Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, 2020 (XLVI), Nr 4 (178), s. 137–162, 21.12.2020, DOI 10.4467/25444972SMPP.20.042.12779