Based in New York, I am a Global Fellow at Columbia University and Università degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, courtesy of EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action program. In addition, I am a scientific collaborator at UCLouvain, where I was previously a lecturer and a postdoctoral researcher.

My past research has focused primarily on Europeanization as a process that makes room for forms of education that break with the national “grammar of schooling”. Extending this line of thought to globally operating learning platforms, my current research project sets out to formulate a sociological approach that addresses the intersections between the globalization of education, digital media, and organizational change.

Some of my publications have appeared in the World Yearbook of Education, Journal of Education Policy, Educational Philosophy and Theory and The American Sociologist. Together with Eric Mangez, I have edited a special issue on Niklas Luhmann’s sociology of education, published by the European Educational Research Journal.

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