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Dr Christina Verousi


Department: Social Sciences

Christina Verousi

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  • The Anatomy of Hate: Manifestations, Triggers and Responses in the City of Sheffield, Allen , C., Verousi, C. 19 Jun 2023
  • The sun sets on Golden Dawn: Media representations of the biggest trial of Nazi criminality of our times, Verousi, C., Boursinou, N., Kostopoulos, C. 7 Jan 2022, In: For(e)Dialogue
  • From Obscurity to National Limelight: The Dramatic Rise, Fall and Future Legacy of Golden Dawn, Verousi, C., Allen, C. 1 Mar 2021, In: Political Insight
  • Problematising the Official Athens Mosque: Between Mere Place of Worship and 21st Century ‘Trojan Horse’, Verousi, C., Allen , C. 29 Jun 2021, In: Religions
  • HCAW Blog #2 – Why the fall of Golden Dawn won’t signal the end to Islamophobia in Greece, Verousi, C. 16 Oct 2020

  • Criminology PhD July 24 2023
  • Criminology MSc September 30 2013
  • Communication Studies BSc September 01 2008

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