Associate Professor in Anthropology of Migration
School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography
Dace Dzenovska (PhD University of California, Berkeley, MA New York University) is Associate Professor in Anthropology of Migration at the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and Fellow of Kellogg College. Previously, she has held academic and research positions at the University of Latvia and the University of Oxford. Her research interests include postsocialist democratisation, postcolonialism, nationalism, state-building, migration, contemporary forms of capitalism and political action. Her book The Great Departure: Staying and Leaving After Postsocialism is forthcoming with Berghahn Books. She is also the author of multiple articles, and is completing a book manuscript entitled Complicit Becoming: Tolerance Work and Europeanization After Socialism.