PhD Student in Human Geography

Student in the Social and Cultural Encounters Doctoral School, Department of Geographical and Historical Studies.

With a solid background in Social Sciences, BA in Public Administration and MSSc in Human Geography, I explore perceptions of borders and cross-border perceptions in the Finnish-Russian and US-Mexican border context in my dissertation.
Already from the first semester of my undergraduate studies I have been schooled in methodology and philosophy of science. With a strong technical foundation, I enjoy working interdisciplinary when analyzing a problem. I have a broad interest, but my main focus and expertise is in borders and boundaries both within nation states and externally.

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I have previously taught methods to MA students at the Department of Geographic and Historic Studies, and hope to teach a lot more in the future.