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Julie Mostov

PhD, Dean and Professor of Liberal Studies at New York University (NYU)

Julie Mostov’s research explores notions of soft borders and transnational citizenship, sovereignty, citizenship, and gender. Publications related to these themes include her book Soft Borders: Rethinking Sovereignty and Democracy; the co-edited volume, From Gender to Nation; and articles such as "‘Our Women’/’Their Women’: Symbolic Boundaries, Territorial Markers, and Violence in the Balkans," and "Populism is always Gendered and Dangerous." She served as a consultant for both the U.S. and the EU during the breakdown of Yugoslavia. Her earlier scholarship includes such works as Power, Process, and Popular Sovereignty, "Endangered Citizenship," and "Democracy and the Politics of National Identity."



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