Originally from Ukraine, Viktoriia Muliavka is a PhD student in Sociology at Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences. She graduated with a BA in Sociology at Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and with an MA in Economy and Society from Lancaster University. Vicky also spent one semester studying Political Science in University of Sofia ‘St. Kliment Ohridski’. She is interested in studying socio-economic inequalities, grievances and student protest, and works as a research assistant and data analyst in a number of research projects on political voice and economic inequality as well as European student engagement and analysis of contemporary social movements in Poland. She is also working on her dissertation about student protests in post-socialist states. In addition to her academic experience Vicky is engaged in with Ukrainian NGOs. She is a managing editor and author of ‘Commons: Journal of Social Criticism’.
Updated May 2019