Anna Krasteva is professor of political science, founder and head of CERMES (Center for European Refugees, Migration and Ethnic Studies), Doctor Honoris Causa at the University of Lille in France, and editor-in-chief of the international journal Southeastern Europe (Brill). She teaches a course on Human Rights and is one of the initiators and leaders of the Human Rights Seminar at the New Bulgarian University. She also teaches in the European Master’s programme “Democracy and Human Rights” (the University of Sarajevo and the University of Bologna).
Anna is the project manager of the Global Campus for Human Rights Securitization and its Impact on Human Security and Human Rights. She has authored over 100 publications in 15 countries, and has been Visiting professor at a number of universities, chair and member of international scientific councils, leader and participant in European and national research projects. She works in the field of migration policy, new mobilisations online and offline, post-democracy, and populism, among others. Her latest publications include: Citizen’s Activism and Solidarity Movements (co-ed., Palgrave, 2019), The Bulgarian Migration Paradox: Positive Integration and Negative Political Discourse (2019).