Ulrike M. Vieten

Ulrike M. Vieten is a Queen's University Fellow based at the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, Queen's University Belfast. Her research explores theoretically and empirically the way racialised group boundaries have been constructed, are situated and shift in the context of migration, normalisation of difference, cosmopolitanism and citizenship discourses. More recently, she has focused on gender and far-right populism. In 2016, she co-edited (with Scott Poynting) a special issue on 'Far-right racist populism in Europe' with the Journal of Intercultural Studies. Key publications are: Gender and cosmopolitanism in Europe: a feminist perspective (2012); Revisiting Iris Marion Young on normalisation, inclusion and democracy (2014) and, with Gill Valentine, Cartographies of differences: interdisciplinary perspectives (2016).