Dr Sara Brzuszkiewicz is the Editor in Chief of European Eye on Radicalization and post-doc researcher at Alma Mater Studiorum University (Bologna). Previously, she has been visiting researcher in the Program on Extremism at George Washington University (Washington D.C.)
She holds a PhD in Institutions and Politics (University of Sacred Heart, Milan).
Sara speaks Italian, Arabic, English, and Spanish. She holds a diploma in Terrorism Studies (Terrorism Modus Operandi) from the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St. Andrews (2017) and diploma in Emergencies and Humanitarian Intervention from the Institute for International Political Studies of Milan (2014).
Her research interests focus on radicalization and de-radicalisation, jihadism in Europe, and involuntary celibates’ violence.
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