Gabriella Elgenius is Professor of Sociology at the Department of Sociology and Work Science at GU and Co-Director of the Graduate School. She was a Marie Curie fellow at the LSE at the University of London and held a British Academy postdoc fellowship at the University of Oxford. Gabriella’s research is comparative, multi-cited and multi-method (including Citizen Research) in two fields of political sociology: civil society and integration in conditions of socio-economic vulnerability, and ethnic nationalism and radical right parties. Publications include work on civil society, diversity, socio-economic vulnerability (Voluntas 2023, IRIS 2023, Voluntary Sector Review 2022), nostalgia and ethnic nationalism of the radical right (Sociological Forum 2022; European Societies 2019), racialized logics (Ethnic & Racial Studies 2021) Brexit (British Journal of Sociology 2020), the polarizing landscape in Sweden (Sociologisk Forskning 2018), diaspora civil society (2017) and books on national symbolism and nation-building (with Peter Aronsson Routledge 2015, Palgrave 2011, Univ of London 2005). She is Associate Member at the University of Oxford and Fellow of the RSA.
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