Eleni Maria (Elina) Sifaki is a Sociology student at the University of Crete, Greece. She is currently doing her internship through the Erasmus program at the CAS SEE, where she is researching the post-industrial cultural heritage of Rijeka. Her interests include a variety of fields such as cultural anthropology, gender studies and classical social theory, and her endeavors strive to investigate these topics within the cultural stories of Rijeka.
Magdalini Spyridon is an undergraduate student at the University of Crete, Greece. She studies at the Department of Sociology. She is currently an Erasmus intern at CAS SEE where she is researching the post-industrial cultural heritage of Rijeka. During her academic years, she worked on issues and subjects such as gender identity and cultural anthropology, which continue to interest her during her CAS SEE internship.
Othmane Tabit is a second year, Master’s student of Geopolitics at the University of Reims, with a bachelor’s background in geography and architecture. He wrote his thesis about the sustainability of the political status quo in Israel-Palestine, and he also has a great interest in Southeastern Europe (where he studied, volunteered and is currently interning), as well as the wider Euro-Mediterranean region. He focuses on themes such as international borders, territorial conflicts, migration, identity politics, and language policy.