Max Weber Fellow 2010-2011
Central European University
My main research interests are in political theory with special emphasis on democracy theory and state theory, political Islam, migration, theories of culture, and history of ideas, with focus on political liberalism and Marxism. I research also in theory of international politics, with major attention on West Balkans, Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus.
I am a scientific lecturer for political theory and theory and empirical studies of international politics.
I hold a Ph.D. in political theory from the University of Vienna. The title of my Ph.D. dissertation is “Political Theories of Culture in the Age of Globalisation”. I am also working on my second Ph.D. project in international politics under the working title: “State and Political Regulation within the Context of Globalisation”.
Furthermore, I hold the following degrees: a M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Vienna, a M.A. in Fine Arts form the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, as well as a B.A. in South Asian, Tibet and Buddhism Studies and a B.A. in Philosophy.
I have five years of teaching expertise at bachelor, and one other year at master level, in the following subjects: the history of political thought, political ideologies, citizenship in context of international migration, state theory, the state theory in Islam.