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I am a political theorist interested in questions of democracy (deliberative and participatory approaches), (in)equality, and urban governance. My work combines normative political theory with qualitative methods and a public policy focus.

Before joining as a lecturer in politics, I worked as a postdoctoral research associate at King’s and an LSE Fellow at the London School of Economics. My postdoctoral project ‘Coping with Complexity and Urban Inequality: Dilemmas of Democratic Mega-city Governance’ was fully funded by the Economic and Social Research Council UK. My PhD is from the London School of Economics, Government Department (2020). I am also a co-chair of the Critical Policy Studies Related Group, American Political Science Association.


I am teaching a range of courses within PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) and Political Theory, including:

  • Key Concepts of Philosophy, Politics and Economics
  • Philosophy, Politics and Economics of the City
  • Introduction to Political Theory
  • Political Theory of Finance

Office hours

Tuesday: 14.00 - 15.00

Thursday: 14.00 - 15.00 (during the teaching weeks)

Location: BH NE 9.09 / online



Wojciechowska, M. (In Press) Understanding Megacities. An Argument on the Role of Democratic Ideals. Political Geography.

Wojciechowska, M. (2022). Participation Is Not Enough: an Argument for Emancipation as a Foundation of Participatory Theorising. Representation, 58:2, 155-168, DOI: 10.1080/00344893.2019.1704849

Wojciechowska, M. (2022) Mending democracy: democratic repair in disconnected times, Democratization, DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2022.2073439 (book review)

Wojciechowska, M. (2019). Towards Intersectional Democratic Innovations. Political Studies, 67(4), 895-911.

Wojciechowska, M. (2019). Completely Theorized Agreements. A Different Reading of the Consensus Paradox Hypotheses. Journal of Public Deliberation, 15(1).

Policy reports

Wojciechowska, M. (2022). London during the Pandemic: Local Democracy and Inequality

Dacombe, R., Allen, G., Carugati, F., Blick, A., Bol, D., Duffy, B., Wojciechowska, M. (2021). Written evidence for the Inquiry into the Future governance of the UK (FGU0019). House of Lords Constitution Committee.