anthropology of media, music, material culture, nationalism, diaspora studies, Armenia
sociology of migration, division of labor, political/economic dichotomy, methodological liberalism, state socialism
urban anthropology, politics of space, urban emptiness, Central and Eastern Europe, post-socialism, sensory ethnography
Urban and regional studies, Urban poverty, Urban policy making, Gentrification research, Social inequalities, Scalar politics, Anthropology of the state, Critical theory
Queer Migration, Asylum Seekers in the UK, Anthroplogy of the State, State Regulation of Gender, Social movements and LGBTI+ Social Movements
LOZANO WOLFGANG, CARLOS
on key issues related to Romanians and Turks working nightshifts in London.
Center for Policy Studies as a Marie Curie Junior Research Fellow in the Integration and International Migration: Pathways and Integration Policies (INTEGRIM).
Principal research interests in the field of labor history, historical sociology, historical discourse studies and intellectual history. Fields of studies so far have been political languages, modern ideologies, cultural aspects of urban modernity and the social history of Russian Poland. Main current research concerns historical sociology of the political; long-term developments of the Polish public sphere, imaginaries of class in politics and generative structures of modern political languages.
Water politics; anthropology of infrastructure; development; neo-colonialism; materiality; the commons and privatization; Northern Cyprus; Turkey
anthropology of religion (focused on Christianity), Eastern Christianity, Pentecostalism (evangelical movements), sociology of religion, theories of secularization/de-secularization, religious modernity.
Caste, Cultural Reproduction, Diaspora, Caste in Indian Diaspora, United Kingdom
solidarity, migration, belonging, waiting, uprooting, mobility, movement, post- & de-colonial theory, queer theory, Serbia, Kosovo
Legal anthropology, bureaucracy, nuisance and aesthetic politics, urban planning, Roma, governing through community, urban citizenship.
critical border and migration studies; political economy; class and citizenship; global ethnography; Gramsci; postsocialism; Romani mobility; Hungary; Canadian asylum regime