Dr. Anna Cieslik, 2011-2013
Anna Cieslik is now Assistant Professor at the Department of Geoscience, New Jersey University.
Ania Cieslik was a postdoctoral research fellow at MMG. She was with the GLOBALDIVERCITIES project that examines super-diversity in public spaces in a neighborhood in New York. She received her PhD in Geography at Clark University, Worcester, USA, with her dissertation entitled Skilled Polish Migrants and the City of London. Her research interests are located at urban geography, international migration, and feminist geography. Previously she has conducted courses at Northeastern Illinois University and Clark University.
- GlobaldiverCities (‘GloDiv’) - Migration and new diversities in global cities: comparatively conceiving, observing and visualizing diversification in urban public spaces (completed) (Project leader: Steven Vertovec • Researchers: Sofya Aptekar, Anna Cieslik, Beate Engelbrecht, Dörte Ulka Engelkes, Laavanya Kathiravelu, Raji Matshedisho, Alexei Matveev, Anna Seegers-Krückeberg, Alex Wafer, Junjia Ye, Abbas Yousefpour)