Michaela Grančayová

PhD student at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences of Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia. In 2015, she graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Comenius University in Bratislava, where she studied English and Arabic. In her PhD thesis, she deals with the role of Egyptian women in the democratization processes within the Arab Spring. Among the topics of her interest is the Arab Spring, Arab feminism, Egypt, Arabic diglossia, modern trends in Islam, radicalism, populism, Islamophobia and Muslim women in European politics.

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Articles by Michaela Grančayová

  1. Slovak Parliamentary Elections 2020:  Drugs, Computer Games and Islamophobia

    On Sunday March 1, Slovakia woke up to a new political era. Slovaks showed to former ruling parties (SMER – SD, Slovak National Party and the Bridge) that there were fed up with their empty promises and all the corruption, scandals and nepotism. They decided to give a chance to Matovič and some of the other opposition parties.

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