I am an Assistant Professor, political scientist, and teach qualitative research methods in the Department of Methodology at the LSE.
At LSE, I teach a courses for master's and PhD students on case studies and comparative methods for qualitative research. Publicly available materials (e.g. reading list, lecture slides and recordings) are available here.
My research focuses on the politics and intersection of identity and citizenship in post-Soviet space and in post-Brexit Britain. My book Kin Majorities: Identity and Citizenship in Crimea and Moldova explores the intersections and the (geo)politics of identity and citizenship in Moldova and Crimea in the wake of Russian annexation and is published with McGill University Press in 2022. Kin Majorities is available for pre-order from your local independent bookshop (e.g. here in the UK or the US), or from Amazon (US, UK, Canada). Or, more importantly, ask your university library to purchase.
My future project – EU in the UK – examines the meaning of EU citizenship for EU27 citizens in the UK following the 2016 Brexit referendum.
I also research and write about qualitative research in political science, including research ethics.
For more information, see Google Scholar, ORCID and my complete list of academic and non-academic publications.