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Lilia Sablina is a PhD candidate at Nationalism Studies and Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations joint doctoral program. Her doctoral project aims to explore individual pathways beyond diaspora right-wing mobilization in Germany and patterns of online radicalism, based on the example of the Russian-speaking and Polish-speaking minority groups in Germany. Lilia is a graduate of the Nationalism Studies Program, Central European University (2019) and of the history department at the Higher School of Economics in Russia (2016). She was a member of various research projects in the fields of sociology, history and political science. She is also a new chair of the Migration Research Group at CEU.
BA (2012-2016) – History department, Higher School of Economics in Russia
MA (2017-2019) – Nationalism Studies Program, Central European University
PhD program (since 2019) – Joint Doctoral Fellowship, Nationalism Studies Program and Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations
Exposure to Refugees and the Subsequent Change in Ethnic Landscapes: Investigating Local Networks of Solidarity and Anti-refugee Mobilization. The case study of Russian- and Polish-speaking minorities in Germany.
“We Should Stop the Islamisation of Europe!”: Islamophobia and Right-Wing Radicalism of the Russian-Speaking Internet Users in Germany. Nationalities Papers, 2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/nps.2019.76
The Second or the Fourth World: Critique of Communism and Colonialism in Contemporary North Asian Literature, Ab Imperio, no. 2, 2016, pp. 385–425 (together with Ivan Sablin)
Nino Gozalishvili is a PhD candidate at Nationalism Studies and Comparative History joint doctoral program. Her main research areas are: Post-Socialist transformations and the processes of democratization and Europeanization; contemporary history of nationalism and national-populism in Central and Eastern Europe with the sub-regional focus on South-Caucasus. Currently she is researching the diffusion and adaptation of right-wing populist discourses cross-nationally in Eastern Europe from the 1980s onward. She is a graduate of CEU Nationalism Studies program and Tbilisi State University, department of International Relations. She was a visiting student at the University of Warsaw Department of Political Sciences and at European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) – at the department of Social and Cultural Studies.