M.Sc. Artemis-Maria Fyssa
Artemis Fyssa is currently pursuing her PhD in Sociology. She has been working as a principal researcher for the project “Infrastructure space and the future of migration management: the EU Hotspots in the Mediterranean borderscape” focusing on the Greek case studies. More particularly she conducted extensive field work on the five Eastern Aegean islands where the EU Hotspot approach is being implemented in order to explore the socio-political entanglements the emerge within and across the Hotspot infrastructure space.
She holds a joint Master of Science in Urban Studies by Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Université libre de Bruxelles; Universität Wien; Københavns Universitet; Universidad Complutense and Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her thesis examined issues of transnational contestations of urban spaces in Athens and Madrid. She acquired her M.Sc.under a scholarship by the Onassis Foundation. Fyssa also holds an interdisciplinary Master of Arts in Music Culture and Communication by the Department of Music Studies and the Faculty of Communication and Media Studies of National & Kapodistrian University of Athens. She received her Bachelor Diploma in Sociology from Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences. She has worked as a Web Editor for prominent Media outlets in Athens, and a Project Proposal Writer and Project Coordinator for “Antigone - Information and Documentation Centre on Racism, Ecology, Peace and Non-Violence” in Thessaloniki.
- Ayata Bilgin and Fyssa Artemis (2020) “Politics of abandonment: Refugees on Greek islands during the coronavirus crisis”, Eurozine, 14 April, p. online. Available at: https://www.eurozine.com/politics-of-abandonment/
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