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Marina Lazëri is a PhD candidate within the Becoming a Minority (BaM) project at the department of Sociology.


Her research is focused on national identity within an ethnically diverse context. She is also interested in studying social marginalization and how it relates to national identity, as well as different aspects of interethnic contact.


With an Erasmus+ staff exchange grant, she developed and gave a guest course on Communication Management in Multicultural Organizations to a group of Master students of Communication Management in the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School at Tallinn University in April 2017.

Academic qualification

Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism, Master, Ideology and Boundaries in the Dutch Welfare State: How boundary-making turns the welfare state exclusive, Universiteit Utrecht

Sept 2013May 2015

Award Date: 29 May 2015

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor, UCU University College Utrecht

Sept 2010Aug 2013

Award Date: 31 Aug 2013


  • H Social Sciences
  • national identity
  • natives
  • ethnic threat
  • social status


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