Helena Segarra, *1989 in Linz studied Near Middle Eastern Studies and Philosophy in Vienna and Paris. She obtained her master in Sociology: Gender and Politics from the EHESS (École des hautes études en sciences sociales). From 2015 to 2017 she was the project coordinator for the curatorial platform lepeuplequimanque, where she worked on conferences and symposia at the intersection of art and politics. She has a Uni:docs fellowship at the Institut of Political Science at the University of Vienna.
Research Areas: European Asylum Politics, Critical Migration Studies, Accommodation of Asylum Seekers in Europe, Ethnography in Political Science, Political Geography, Gender.