- European Studies
- Centre for Languages and Literature
Phone +46 46 222 88 21
Helgonabacken 12, Lund
Box 201, 221 00 Lund
Internal post code 20
I am a political scientist in the field of European Studies with an interest for democracy, political communication, and political identity. After having studied national and ethnic identities, I am currently interested in transnational identities, such as the European one, and their political manifestations. I am asking in particular what is the influence of social media on polarization in both the EU and the US. My research orientation can be summed up as democracy, digitalization and participation.
I got my PhD in political science (Comparative Politics and International Relations) from the University of Maryland at College Park and my master from Northeastern University. I am the vice-chair of the Center for European Studies and the program coordinator for the MA program in European Studies. I have also worked as a US-based correspondent and political analyst for BBC Radio, Romanian Service and as a course coordinator at the Harvard Business School.
- Eye-tracking the news: How comment civility affects news shareability on social media (research leader)
- AI in the service of truth
- Human Memory in the Digital Age, ASG Pufendorf IAS (research leader)
- The Individual in Mass Dictatorships (research leader)
- Mediatization Online: Far-right Eurosceptic discourses and citizen engagement (research leader)
- Social media and the growing political extremism: the new democratic challenges (research leader)
- Rethinking Regional Studies: the Baltic-Black Sea Connection (research leader)
- In Search for Transnational Memory in Europe
- MA Intensive Courses in European Studies
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2011). Myth, Identity, and Conflict : A Comparative Analysis of Romanian and Serbian Textbooks. Lexington Books.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Petersson, B. (2011). (Eds.) Religion and nationalism : meeting points, conflicts and challenges.
- Önnerfors, A. & Dutceac Segesten, A. (2007). (Ed.) Negotiating Europe: Foundations, Dynamics & Challenges. Centre for European Studies, Lund university.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2019). Can Euroscepticism Contribute to a European Public Sphere? : The Europeanization of Media Discourses about Euroscepticism across Six Countries. Journal of Common Market Studies, 57, 1051-1070. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2019). The Eurosceptic Europeanization of public spheres: print and social media reactions to the 2014 European Parliament elections. Comparative European Politics, 17, 361-379. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bossetta, M., Dutceac Segesten, A. & Trenz, H.-J. (2018). Political participation on Facebook during Brexit : Does user engagement on media pages stimulate engagement with campaigns?. Journal of Language and Politics, 17, 173-194. John Benjamins Publishing Company.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2017). A typology of political participation online : How citizens used Twitter to mobilize during the 2015 British general elections. Information Communication and Society, 20, 1625-1643. Taylor & Francis.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Wüstenberg, J. (2016). Memory Studies : The State of an Emergent Field. Memory Studies. SAGE Publications.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2004). Globalization and Ethnic Conflict: Beyond the Liberal – Nationalist Distinction. Ethnopolitics, 3, 20-39. Routledge.
Book chapters (6)
- Bossetta, M., Dutceac Segesten, A. & Trenz, H.-J. (2017). Engaging with European Politics Through Twitter and Facebook : Participation Beyond the National?. In Barisione, M. & Michailidou, A. (Eds.) Palgrave Studies in European Political Sociology, Social Media and European Politics : Rethinking Power and Legitimacy in the Digital Era (pp. 53-76). Palgrave Macmillan.
- Törnquist-Plewa, B. & Dutceac Segesten, A. (2017). Memory Studies in Motion : Reflections on two new research trends in the field. In Törnquist-Plewa, B., Bernsand, N. & La Rosa, M. (Eds.) CFE Conference Papers Series, In Search of Transcultural Memory in Europe (pp. 135-148), 8. Centre of European Studies at Lund University.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2013). Nationalism : gamla och nya debatter. In Petersson, B. & Johansson, C. (Eds.) IMER i dag : aktuella perspektiv på internationell migration och etniska relationer (pp. 65-89). Liber.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2013). The Post-Communist Afterlife of Dissidents: The Case of Herta Müller. In Schoenhals, M. & Sarsenov, K. (Eds.) Imagining Mass Dictatorships: The Individual and the Masses in Literature and Cinema (pp. 28-51). Palgrave Macmillan.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2011). Nationalism in Romanian Textbooks : Change or Continuity?. In Törnquist-Plewa, B. & Stala, K. (Eds.) Cultural Transformations After Communism : Central and Eastern Europe in Focus (pp. 214-250). Nordic Academic Press.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2010). Europe at the Margins : How Europe Appears in History Textbooks from Serbia and Romania. In Drechsel, B. & Leggewie, C. (Eds.) United in Visual Diversity : Images and Counter-Images of Europe. Transaction Publishers.
Conference contributions (12)
- Bossetta, M., Segesten, A. D., Zimmerman, C. & Bonacci, D. (2018). Shouting at the wall : Does negativity drive ideological cross-posting in Brexit Facebook comments?. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Media and Society, SMSociety 2018, 246-250. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2015). A typology of digital engagement on social media : Twitter use during the 2015 British general election campaign.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2015). Civil Society Engagement on Twitter During the 2015 British and Danish Elections.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2015). More, Less, or No Europe: Swedish and Danish Media Reactions to the Rise of the Far-Right in the 2014 European Parliament Elections.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bossetta, M. (2014). Euroscepticism Online: A Comparative Content Analysis of Two Online Platforms from Sweden and Denmark.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2012). At the Intersection of Nation and Church : Political Myth in the Balkans.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2012). European Identity from Below : The Presence of Eurosymbols in Two European Capitals.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2012). Memory Politics in Chisinau.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2011). Collective Memory between Reconciliation and Contestation in Europe after 1989.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2011). Eurosymbols in the city : Malmö and Copenhagen compared.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2011). The Afterlife of Post-Communist Dissidents : Herta Mueller.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. & Bechmann Pedersen, S. (2010). Ethical Dilemmas and Moral Ambiguities in Cristian Mungiu’s Stories of the Communist Past.
- Dutceac Segesten, A. (2012). Symbols of Nations and Nationalism: Celebrating Nationhood. Nations and Nationalism, 18. Wiley-Blackwell.
Newspaper articles (1)
- Member, Board of Section 5, Centre for Languages and Literature
Other tasks and qualifications
Director of Studies for European Studies, East and Central European Studies, Russian and Jiddish
Program Coordinator for the Master of Arts in European Studies
Vice-chair for the Center for European Studies
Project manager for Lund University within the framework of the Erasmus+ program "Rethinking Regional Studies: the Baltic-Black Sea Connection"