Paladia Ziss is a PhD student in Social Policy/Sociology at the Institute for Research into Superdiversity, University of Birmingham. She is interested in the politics of migration and displacement, integration, citizenship, temporalities and intersectionalities and how these shape refugees’, migrants’ and longer-term residents’ lives as social beings. In her PhD she looks at how the politics of time shape social relations in refugee-hosting communities in Turkey and Germany. Before returning to academia, she worked in development and humanitarian assistance in Turkey, Palestine and Germany for several years.
Stay at MPI-MMG:
January - April 2023