3 November 2020

New Postdoctoral Fellow - Athanasia Andriopoulou

Athanasia Andriopoulou is a post-doc researcher and will be working on the DEMOS Horizon 2020. Her research on DEMOS focuses on ‘immigration and populism’ and on the legal responses to the populist phenomenon.

Athanasia holds a PhD (European Label) in ‘Democracy and Human Rights’ from the University of Genova, a Master’s degree (II level) in International Jurisdictions (European and universal) from the University of Rome, SIOI and Camerino, and a Degree in Law (European Comparative Law) from the University of Urbino.

She is a member of the BRIDGE Jean Monnet Academic Network and has recently published ‘The 'ius pecuniae': The Prize of Citizenship’ .

She teaches ‘The right to equal opportunities’ (DESP) and ‘Public Law on the local security’ (DIGIUR) at the University of Urbino (Italy), and has also taught for several years ‘Fundamental Rights: history, theory and policies’.

Her research interests focus primarily on citizenship (legal theory, rights, access) and related migration issues.