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Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

2024. Co-editor of the Special Issue “The Dis/Integration of Europe” with Nora Siklodi (Portsmouth/NTNU), Journal of  Contemporary European Studies.
(Included in JCR, Political Science Q3, Area Studies Q2, 5-year Impact Factor 1.667)

2023. “Free to move, reluctant to share: Unequal opposition to transnational rights under EU freedom of movement,” with S. Vasilopoulou (KCL) & L. Taalvig (Tartu).  European Union Politics, published online ahead of print.(Included in JCR, Political Science Q2, 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.8)

2022. Między kryzysem i transformacją: Polskie organizacje imigranckie w Hiszpanii [Between crisis and transformation: Polish immigrant organisations in Spain], Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, 2 (184): 137-160, DOI: 10.4467/25444972SMPP.22.015.15841.

2021. Same same but different? Comparing gender politics and (trans-)national value contestation in Europe on TwitterPolitics & Governance, 10(1), 146-160. Co-authored with Stefan Wallaschek, Kavyanjali Kaushik, Monika Verbalyte, Giuliana Sorci, Hans-Jörg Trenz, Monika Eigmüller.
(Included in JCR, Political Science Q3, 5-year Impact Factor 2.411)

2021. Of losers and laggards: The interplay of material conditions and individual perceptions in the shaping of EU discontentCambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 14(3), 395–415. Co-authored with Jorge Díaz Lanchas (ICADE) & Filippo di Pietro (US).
(Included in JCR, Economy Q1, 5-year Impact Factor 8.528)

2020. The Rise of (Faulty) Euroscepticism? The Impact of a Decade of Crises in SpainSouth European Society and Politics, published online ahead of print. Co-authored with José Real-Dato (UAL).
(Included in JCR, Political Science Q1, 5-year Impact Factor 4.318)

2018. European identity revisited: new approaches and recent empirical evidence. East European Politics, 34(1): 116-118.
(Included in SJR, Political Science and International Relations Q1)

2016. Loving it but not feeling it yet? The state of European identity after the eastern enlargement, European Union Politics 17(3), 482-503. Co-authored with Besir Ceka, Davidson College, NC.
(Included in JCR, Political Science Q1, 5-year Impact Factor 4.120)

2015. Unconditional support? The Euro-Crisis and institutional trust in new member states of the EUPoliteja, 5 (37), 321-344.
(ERIH PLUS, Double-blind peer-reviewed journal of Jagiellonian University, ranked B by the Polish Ministry of Science).

2014. La identidad europea en el sur de Europa. Un análisis comparado de las percepciones de las élites y opinión pública en España y Portugal[European identity in Southern Europe: A comparative analysis of elites and public opinion perceptions in Spain and Portugal], Revista Española de Ciencia Política, 36 (November 2014), 89-114.
Co-authored with Rafael Vázquez García.
(Included in SJR, Political Science and International Relations Q2)

Working papers:

2021. Supranational identification and migration attitudes in the European Union. BACES Working Papers, 02-2021. Barcelona Center for European Studies, Pompeu Fabra University.

2020. The Politicisation of Transatlantic Trade in Europe: Explaining Inconsistent Preferences Regarding Free Trade and the TTIP, with Jorge Díaz-Lanchas (EU JRC) & Federico Steinberg (UAM) LSE ‘Europe in Question’ Discussion Paper Series, LEQS Paper No. 151/2019. European Institute, The London School of Economics and Political Science.

2013. Poland – a Surveillance Eldorado? Security, Privacy, and New Technologies in Polish Leading Newspapers (2010-2013). Seconomics Discussion Papers 2013/3. Prague: Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences. ISBN 978-80-7330-238-2

Manuscripts under revision / in preparation

“Russian invasion as a European issue: Vertical Europeanisation of national political debates in the aftermath of the war in Ukraine”, with Javier Terraza, Francisco Caravaca, Ángel Cuevas (UC3M), R&R in European Union Politics.

“Beyond the cultural cleavage: Differentiation of democratic values in Europe”, with Kavyanjali Kaushik (UC3M), Monika Eigmueller (Flensburg), Hans-Jorg Trenz (Scola Normale Superiore), under review.

“Undemocratic prism? Social media and democratic values in Europe”, with Marta Paradés & Juan Díez Medrano, under review.

“United in diversity? European identification & migration attitudes”, under review.

“Explaining incongruence in support for and opposition to free trade and the TTIP,” with Jorge Díaz Lanchas (JRC-EC) & Federico Steinberg (UAM-Elcano), under review.

“Migration attitudes and support for further EU enlargement”,  under review.

“Organizing as European migrants under the freedom of movement: UK and Spain compared,” with Roch Dunin-Wasowicz (UCL), manuscript in preparation.

Book chapters:

2019. Who Wants a United Europe? Interests, Identities, and the Prospects for Future European Union EnlargementIn Contestation of EU Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy, Magdalena Góra, Natasza Styczynska, Marcin Zubek, eds. Copenhagen: Djøf Forlag.

2019. Liminal Europeanness: Whiteness, East-West mobilities, and European citizenship. In Borderlands in European Gender Studies: Theorizing the East-West Frontier(Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality),Teresa Kulawik, Renata Ingbrandt y Zhanna Kravchenko, eds. New York: Routledge. ISBN: 9781032087511.

2016. La importancia de la identidad europea en una Unión en crisis (The importance of European identity for a Union in crisis). In Europa 2046. El futuro de un sueño. Madrid: Oficina del Parlamento Europeo en España, 105-110. ISBN: 978-92-823-9869-2.

2016. Still Euro-optimists? European Identity among Spanish and Portuguese Elites and Public Opinion. In Iberian Elites and the EU: Perceptions of European Integration among Political and Socio-Economic Elites in Portugal and Spain, Miguel Jerez Mir, José Real Dato and Rafael Vázquez García, eds. Granada: Universidad de Granada, 57-84. ISBN: 978-84-338-5838-2.
Co-authored with Rafael Vázquez García and Miguel Jerez Mir.

2014. Spain. In Party Attitudes towards the EU in Member States, Parties for Europe, Parties against Europe, Nicoló Conti, ed. Routledge Advances in European Politics. New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-62231-8.
Co-authored with Rafael Vázquez García and Santiago Delgado. 

2013. The Enlarged EU in a Globalized World: A Comparative Analysis of Elite and Public Opinion Support for a Common European Foreign Policy. In The EU as a Global Power in the Making?  Europe’s present and future role in a changing world,  Astrid B. Boening,  Jan-Frederik Kremer, and  Aukje van Loon, eds. Berlin: Springer. Co-authored with Rafael Vázquez García. ISBN: 978-3642324116.

2012. Negotiating the borders of Europe from the Margins: European Citizenship and Identity after the Eastern Enlargements. In: Quilting Stories, Essays in Honor of Prof. Elzbieta Oleksy, Marek M. Wojtaszek and Edyta Just, eds. Lodz: University of Lodz Press. ISBN: 978-8375257489.

2012. Differentiated integration, differentiated identification? Perceptions of European identity across Europe. In Multi-Speed Europe with different levels of integration, Andreas Keller and Tobias Baumgartner, eds. Zürich: Schulthess Juristische Medien AG, 101-129. Co-authored with Rafael Vázquez García. ISBN: 978-3-7255-6670-9.

2011. Hablando entre “nosotras” o entrevistado a “ellas”? Autoreflexividad, interseccionalidad y conocimientos situados en el contexto de una investigación cualitativa feminista [Talking among “us” or interviewing  “them”? Reflexivity, intersectionality and situated knowledges in the context of a qualitative feminist research]. In Tras las huellas de los que se fueron. Metodología interdisciplinar en el estudio de las migraciones, Arun Kumar Acharya y María Elena Jarquín Sánchez, eds. Mexico: UNAM, 29-56. ISBN: 978-607-433-726-2

2011. Dimensions of European Identification among Elites: An Exploratory Study within the Enlarged EU. In The Nexus between Democracy, Collective Identity Formation and Enlargement, Petra Guasti, Jessie Hronesova, Zdenka Mansfeldova, eds. Prague: National Institute for Social Sciences. Co-authored with Rafael Vázquez García, 95-115. ISBN 978-80-7330-198-9

2011. Mujeres y ciudadanía. Repensando el Estado desde las perspectivas feministas [Women and Citizenship: Re-thinking the State from Feminist Perspectives]. In Teorías Actuales del Estado Contemporáneo, Rafael Vázquez García, ed. Granada: Editorial de la Universidad de Granada, 203-218. ISBN: 978-8433851949.

2009. ¿Mujeres, inmigrantes/europeas/ciudadanas? La identidad europea de las trabajadoras domésticas polacas en España [Women, Migrants/Europeans/Citizens? European Identity of Polish Domestic Workers in Spain]. En Identidades femeninas en un mundo plural, María Elena Jaime de Pablos, ed. Sevilla: Arcibel Editores, 759-765. ISBN: 978-84-96980-81-5

2008. Between the Country of Origin and the Country of Reception: an Intersectional Analysis of the Situation of Moroccan Women in Spain. In New Subjectivities: Negotiating Citizenship in the Context of Migration and Diversity, Dorota Golanska and Aleksandra Rozalska, eds.Lodz: Lodz University Press, 119-134. ISBN: 978-83-7525-241-5

Doctoral Thesis:

2015. “We, the New Citizens of Europe”: European identity in Central and Eastern European Member States of the European Union. Determinants, Contents and ConsequencesGranada: University of Granada. ISBN: 9788491250562