Johanne Kuebler is a research associate at the BORDERLANDS Project hosted by the Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute. She is also a PhD candidate at the European University Institute at the Department of Political and Social Sciences.
She studied at McGill University (Canada) and Sciences Po Paris, from which she holds an M.A. in Comparative Politics.
Her Ph.D. thesis, supervised by Prof. Hanspeter Kriesi, focus on the role of cyberactivism in authoritarian countries, notably how the Internet enables diasporas to engage in political action directed at their authoritarian home countries.
The interplay between Internet, Politics, protest and participation in the Middle East are at the core of her research interests.