Research interests: comparative political sociology, party competition, social movements, political participation, crisis politics, cleavages, Eastern Europe, research methods. You can find more information about my ongoing research, published in scientific, or general media outlets.
Previously I received my PhD in December 2018 from the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the European University Institute, with a thesis on “Parties and protests in crisis-hit Europe: continuity and change in the structure of political conflict”. Before that I studied political science at the Central European University with a focus on electoral politics. You can find my more detailed cv here.
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recent news [full archive]
|Jan 14, 2022||New publication: our German language chapter “Politische Parteien als Protestakteure” with Swen Hutter is available in the volume edited by Jenni Brichzin and Jasmin Siri Soziologie der Parteien: Neue Zugänge zu einer alten Organisationsform des Politischen. Check out the book here!|
|Dec 18, 2021||We are organising a workshop at the ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops with Fred Paxton on Movement Parties: their rise, variety, and consequences. The workshop is scheduled to take place between the 19th and the 22nd of April 2022, at the University of Edinburgh, hopefully online. If you are working on the topic, hand in your application on the ECPR platform by the 2nd of February!|
|Oct 11, 2021||We are organizing a hybrid workshop with the title “Contentious Interactions: Frontiers in Protest Research” at the Center for Civil Society Research. You find more information here, where you can also register and join us online.|
selected publications [full list]
- Gov&OppHow do populist radical right parties differentiate their appeal? Evidence from the media strategy of the Hungarian Jobbik partyGovernment and Opposition 2021
- Party PoliticsTwo faces of party system stability: Programmatic change and party replacementParty Politics 2020
- SPSRCivic and Political Engagement during the Multifaceted COVID-19 CrisisSwiss Political Science Review 2021