Dr Elizabeth Mavroudi is a senior lecturer in Human Geography at Loughborough University. Her main areas of interest are on transnational migration and diaspora studies, and in particular on diasporic identity, politics and connections with the homeland. She has conducted qualitative research on the Palestinian and Greek diasporas (in Greece and Australia respectively), as well as non-EEA migrant perceptions of UK immigration policy and migrant women’s integration and belonging in Athens, Greece. She has published widely on theorising diaspora, diaspora identity, politics and linkages with nationalism. Publications relevant to this research can be found under publications.
Cintia Silva Huxter
Cintia is a doctoral researcher at Loughborough University. Her research explores encounters and spaces of encounter between women from different communities in post-conflict Kosovo, and how these may contribute to the process of conflict transformation. Before joining Loughborough Cintia worked as a research assistant at the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency in Vienna and at the Austrian Academy of Sciences. She holds an MA on Migrations, Inter-Ethnicity and Transnationalism and a BA in Psychology.