MPhil in Sociology (The Sociology of Marginality and Exclusion), University of Cambridge, UK
BA in Sociology, Sofia University, Bulgaria
BA in Journalism, Sofia University, Bulgaria
Rosalina Todorova works on projects related to ethnic minorities, radicalization, social inclusion of vulnerable groups, integration of migrants, and public discourse analysis, implemented by the CSD Sociological Program. Her areas of interest include inequality, marginalization, post-socialist strategies and trends of societal development, and ideologies of nationalism. Before joining CSD, Rosalina worked on academic research projects, focusing on areas such as the ethnography of the small town in post-socialist contexts, archival research of homelessness and co-operative practices in the interwar period, the mapping of rural shrinkage tendencies, and the lived experiences of demographic crises.
- Tzvetkova, G. and Todorova, R. (2021). Bosnia and Herzegovina: Persisting Ethno-Religious Divide. In: A. Triandafyllidou and T. Magazzini, ed., Handbook on the Governance of Religious Diversity, 1st ed. Routledge.
- Todorova, R. (2018) Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Sociological Analysis of Brexit In: Annual of Sofia University: Book of Sociology, vol. 106, 2017 pp .145-159.
- Todorova, R. (n.d.) Homeownership in the context of Deindustrialization and Migration IN: Annual of Sofia University: Book of Sociology, vol. 108, 2019 (in press).