I am a gender scholar and a social scientist. I hold my Master of Philosophy degree in Gender Studies from the Central European University (Budapest, Hungary) and MA degree in Cultural Studies from the European Humanities University (Vilnius, Lithuania).
Since 2005 I have been teaching at the European Humanities University subjects related to research methods (with the focus on qualitative research) and gender theory. I am also a board member of the Centre for Gender Studies at EHU.
My areas of research interests/ specialization are anthropology of emotions, protest movements, Eastern European Studies, feminist theory, qualitative research methods