dr Zuzanna Brunarska


A graduate of the College of Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Warsaw (MISMaP UW), within the framework of which she studied geography, mathematics and psychology. In 2008 she defended MA dissertation in economic geography, in 2009 obtained BA at the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw. She spent a semester at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna as an Erasmus student. Two years worked in the Centre for Eastern Studies.
She graduated from the doctoral program at the Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw. In 2016 she defended her doctoral thesis entitled “Disengagement in state-society relations in Russia: a regional perspective”.
In 2015 awarded a START scholarship for young scientists granted by Foundation for Polish Science, in 2017 – a scholarship for young outstanding scientists granted by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Research interest: social phenomena, demography, including migration, state-society relations and anti-immigrant attitudes in the former Soviet Union countries, in particular Russia; quantitative methods.

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