Karolina Koziura is a Ph.D. candidate in sociology and historical studies at The New School for Social Research. Her research investigates issues of nationalism, memory, and politics of knowledge in/about Eastern Europe. Her doctoral dissertation traces the global processes of making the Holodomor as informed by the Cold War-era politics of knowledge production. Karolina was a visiting fellow at The Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna, NYU Jordan Center, and most recently at the Open Society Archives in Budapest. Karolina’s dissertation research was supported by the Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies dissertation grant, the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies research grant, and the Fulbright Award. Her research was published in, among other places, the European Journal of Sociology and East European Politics, Societies, and Culture. Karolina is one of the founding members of the Decolonizing Eastern European Studies research group founded at The New School in 2017.
Ph.D. Candidate at the New School for Social Research, New York