Katerina Nasioka

Katerina Nasioka is an urban sociologist, who graduated the sociologist MA Program of Panteion University of Athens.. She received her PhD at the Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico. Her doctoral thesis, titled Ciudades en Insurrección. Oaxaca, 2006 – Atenas 2008 (2014) analyzes the transformation of the class struggle's forms in the context of the current capitalist relations crisis, as appeared in the experience of urban uprisings of Oaxaca and Athens. Her reseacrh interests include gender issues, migration and urban sociology.
She is co-author of Gender and Journalism in Greece (2008) and she has published articles in Bajo el Volcán (2012) and, in cooperation with John Holloway and Werner Bonefeld, in South Atlantic Qaurterly (2014). Her currently work focuses on urban spatialities and revolt, subjectivity and critical theory.