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Mariya Ivancheva is an anthropologist and sociologist of higher education and labour. She has carried out historically grounded and theoretically informed ethnographic fieldwork and interdisciplinary mixed-method research in different regions of the world, including Eastern and Western Europe, South America and Southern Africa.
Her academic and research-driven advocacy work focus on the casualisation and digitalisation of academic labour, the re/production of intersectional inequalities at universities and high-skilled labour markets, and the role of academic and student communities in broader processes of social change especially in transitions to/from socialism.
As an engaged scholar she has been a member of a number of research-led platforms, working on national, international and EU-level on topics of anti-racism, labour rights, gender and financial justice, e.g. LeftEast, LevFem, Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational (E.A.S.T.) and PrecAnthro.
On the basis of her anti-precarity work with the latter group in 2021-2023 she has been elected as a President of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA).
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Doctor of Social Science, Central European University
President, European Association of Social Anthropologists
1 Feb 2021 → 1 Dec 2023
- higher education
- labour market
- digital technologies
- political economy
- social justice
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Care and social inequalities: public kindergarten place shortages and their impact on women in post-socialist Bulgaria
Weissova, L., Ivancheva, M., Tetevenski, S., Eneva, S. & Drenska, K.
1/01/22 → 30/06/22
Re/defining “Essential Work”: The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Venezuelan Migrants in Argentina
Ivancheva, M. & Pla, J. L.
1/10/20 → 30/06/22
Project: Projects from Previous Employment
Ivancheva, M. & Eisen-Markowitz, E. M., 16 Nov 2022
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Ivancheva, M. & Hermanova, M., 15 Jun 2022
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