Camille Dobler

Camille Dobler is a PhD candidate at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow in the Innovative Training Network ‘PLATO’, which investigates the legitimacy of the EU’s responses to the financial crisis. Her areas of expertise include citizens’ attitudes to European integration, European identity, the politicisation of the EU and the role of emotions in politics.

As a visiting researcher in Sciences Po Paris during the Yellow Vest movement’s protests in France, and later as a visiting researcher at Democracy International in Cologne, Germany, she developed a keen interest in democratic innovations for citizens’ participation in politics. She is currently working on her PhD Dissertation in Political Science: ‘Questioning indifference after the financial crisis: a mixed-method account of the role of emotions in citizens’ attitudes towards European integration’. She holds an MSc in European Studies from the LSE.

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