Dr. Anna Triandafyllidou is Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges and works occasionally as expert for the European Commission. She received her Ph.D. in Social Sciences from the European University Institute in Florence. She has taught and conducted research at the London School of Economics, New York University, and the Italian National Research Foundation. Since 1999, Dr. Triandafyllidou has worked as Research Fellow and Project Coordinator at the Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies, in the European University Institute.
2006 0-7734-5766-6 Concentrates on the migration experiences of Polish legal and undocumented migrants in four European countries (Germany, Greece, Italy and the United Kingdom). It explores why and how immigrants leave their homes, how they develop network ties with fellow nationals or natives, how they seek to improve their living and working conditions, if and how they adapt to the host country and/or how they move on returning to Poland or going elsewhere. The aim of the book is to look at the migration experience from the insiders’ perspective.
2002 0-7734-7129-4 National identities in Europe go through a process of transformation. The empirical material presented in this book provides an overview of collective identities in contemporary Europe and highlights their evolution during the past twenty years. The study concentrates on the national press, because the media are seen as an important carrier of identity discourses. The study of representations of ‘Us, the nation,’ relevant outgroups, and the interaction between them starts with the end of the Cold War era, goes through the collapse of the Communist regimes in Eastern Europe, and reaches the present and the realization of a European Union.