I grew up in the Czech Republic, where I obtained bachelor’s degrees in political science, European studies, and international relations from Masaryk University. I also have a Master’s degree in international relations from the same university. My specialty lies at the intersection of comparative and urban politics, with research focused on minority rights, religion and politics, and immigration, especially at the local level.
Schnabel, Eliska (2021). “Local rebels: How local governments get around federal and state laws to resist new mosques.” Journal of Urban Affairs, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/07352166.2020.1854613