Roza Tsagarousianou is Associate Professor in Media and Communication at CAMRI (Communications and Media Research Insitute) University of Westminster and member of HomeLands, University of Westminster. Her research focuses on migration, diasporas and diasporic cultures, European Muslims, Muslim identities and mobilization, multiculturalism and cultural diversity. Her publications include Islam in Europe: Public Spaces and Civic Networks (2013), Diasporic Cultures and Globalization (2007), Cyberdemocracy: Technology, Cities & Civic Networks (1998). She has co-edited the Wiley–Blackwell ‘Handbook on Diasporas, Media and Culture’ (2019), 'Diasporic Communications: Transnational & Local Cross-currents'Javnost/the Public (2002) and ‘Back to the Drawing Board: Rethinking Multiculturalism’Journal of Contemporary European Studies (2012). She is currently finishing a monograph on The Securitization of Islam in Europe: Public Debate, Policy, Identity and Citizenship and working on data collected from fieldwork in the refugee camps of Moria and Kara Tepe in the island of Lesvos, Greece. She has co-founded and has been chair of the IAMCR Diasporas and Media Working Group and has been advising national and local government and authorities (BBC Trust, UK Local Government, Casey Review) and IGOs (International Organization for Migration, EBU) on issues of diversity and inclusion.

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MSc in Media & Refugee / Migration Flows
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Roza Tsagarousianou

Associate Professor, University of Westminster
COURSE:Refugee / Migration Flows – Old and New Media
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Roza Tsagarousianou is Associate Professor in Media and Communication at CAMRI (Communications and Media Research Insitute) University of Westminster and member of HomeLands, University of Westminster. Her research focuses on migration, diasporas and diasporic cultures, European Muslims, Muslim identities and mobilization, multiculturalism and cultural diversity. Her publications include Islam in Europe: Public Spaces and Civic Networks (2013), Diasporic Cultures and Globalization (2007), Cyberdemocracy: Technology, Cities & Civic Networks (1998). She has co-edited the Wiley–Blackwell ‘Handbook on Diasporas, Media and Culture’ (2019), 'Diasporic Communications: Transnational & Local Cross-currents'Javnost/the Public (2002) and ‘Back to the Drawing Board: Rethinking Multiculturalism’Journal of Contemporary European Studies (2012). She is currently finishing a monograph on The Securitization of Islam in Europe: Public Debate, Policy, Identity and Citizenship and working on data collected from fieldwork in the refugee camps of Moria and Kara Tepe in the island of Lesvos, Greece. She has co-founded and has been chair of the IAMCR Diasporas and Media Working Group and has been advising national and local government and authorities (BBC Trust, UK Local Government, Casey Review) and IGOs (International Organization for Migration, EBU) on issues of diversity and inclusion.