Since the completion of my PhD thesis in 2007, I attracted research grants, awards and fellowships at an economic value of 1.98 M € (~ 1.78 M £). This funding enabled me to establish an independent and externally funded research group, consisting currently of one post‐doctoral research fellow and four PhD students.
My research trajectory as Principal Investigator includes the subsequent research projects:
Post-crisis urban governance transformations in Southern Europe: a comparativist approach.
CONTESTED CITIES Athens 2017
Displacement in the contemporary city and in ancient Greek drama
From protest to proposition. Municipalities of change, urban policies and social movements.
Contested Spatialities of Urban Neoliberalism: Dialogues between Emerging Spaces of Citizenship in Europe and Latin…
Urban Transformation, gentrification and spaces of citizenship
Urban Transformation, gentrification and spaces of citizenship: A socio‐spatial analysis of Quito (Ecuador).
CIUDAD Y CRISIS
Cities in Crisis, Citizenship in Mutation and Politics in Movement. New Forms of Administration, Participation and…
Re‐framing urban neoliberalism and neo‐liberal citizenship – Enactments of resistance and practices of protest.
Urban policies in Latin America and Spain.
European Citizenship practice: political participation of transnational European senior migrants.