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Danielle Drozdzewski

Associate professor, Stockholm University

I am an Associate Professor in Human Geography. I specialise in the interactions of people and place, with specific expertise in memory, identity and migration. My overarching research theme is the examination of the geographies of remembrance. I investigate how memories of culture and of place are integral to the formation and maintenance of identities, from the personal to the supranational. Allied to these investigations is the study of migration, through which I have focused on what motivates people to move, the outcomes of such mobilities, to better understand interactions between people and places.

I moved to the Department of Human Geography at Stockholm University in July 2018. Previously, I was employed as a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

PhD in Human Geography (UNSW), BEnvSc (Hons Class 1 in Geography) (UNSW), BA (Science and Technology Studies) (UNSW).


  • 2020–present
    Associate professor, Stockholm University