Dr Cristina Juverdeanu
Teaching Fellow in Political Science
Postal Address :
Department of Political Economy
King’s College London
Bush House (North East Wing)
London WC2B 4BG
Room Number: 7.13 Bush House (North East Wing)
Wednesday and Thursday 11am-12pm in 7.23 BH (NE)
Tel: (+44) 2078482743
Dr. Cristina Juverdeanu is a Teaching Fellow in Political Science in the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London. She obtained her PhD in European Studies from King`s College London and her MA in European Affairs from Sciences Po Paris.
Her research mainly focuses on EU citizenship, free movement and the connection between the two. She has a keen interest in forms of partial citizenship and the tension between status and rights they entail. Cristina also works on differentiated EU integration designs, and, in a Brexit context, analyses the conceptual implications of EU disintegration and EU citizenship loss.
Fundamentals of Politics Research
Topics in Politics and Political Economy (a module about 'Integration, disintegration and Brexit')
Juverdeanu, C. (2016). Roma EU citizens – Caught Between EU and Member States. European Legal Studies Online Papers.
Juverdeanu, C. (forthcoming 2019) “Differentiated EU citizenship regimes in light of Brexit”, in Gänzle,S., Leruth, B., Trondal,J. Differentiated (Dis)integration in light of Brexit: What future for European integration?. Routledge