Amsterdam Centre for Middle Eastern Studies

Photographer: Eduard Lampe

prof. dr. L.A. (Luiza) Bialasiewicz

De internationale relaties van de Europese Unie (Jean Monnet leerstoel)
  • Faculty of Humanities
    Capaciteitsgroep Europese studies
  • Visiting address
    Oost-Indisch Huis
    Kloveniersburgwal 48  Room number: D2.11B
  • Postal address:
    Kloveniersburgwal  48
    1012 CX  Amsterdam
  • L.A.Bialasiewicz@uva.nl
    T: 0205252280
    T: 0205252272

Luiza Bialasiewicz is a political geographer and Jean Monnet Professor of EU External Relations in the Department of European Studies at the University of Amsterdam. She has been a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Natolin since 2013, where she teaches a course on European geopolitics.

Her work focuses on the political geographies of European foreign policy and EU geopolitics, with a particular focus on the EU's external borders and the out-sourcing of migration management. Her most recent research is focussed on the changing spatialities of European humanitarian assistance and migrant reception within urban spaces.

She is a member of the editorial board of the following journals

Her most recent book is the edited collection  Europe in the World: EU Geopolitics and the Making of European Space, published by Ashgate in its 'Critical Geopolitics' series.

FULL LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Books:

Bialasiewicz, L., ed. (2011) Europe in the World: EU Geopolitics and the Making of European Space.   Aldershot: Ashgate (Critical Geopolitics Series)

Minca, C. and L. Bialasiewicz (2004). Spazio e Politica: Riflessioni di geografia critica. Padova: CEDAM

 

Journal articles:

Bialasiewicz, L. (2016). Die Geopolitik der Sichtbarkeit: Grenzen der Toleranz in der Europäischen Stadt. Special issue of Transit  ‘Grenzen der Toleranz’ 49

Mamadouh, V. and Bialasiewicz, L. (2016). Europe and its Others (Introduction and co-editor of Special Issue). Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 107(2):129-133.

Bialasiewicz, L. and Wagner, L. (2015). Extra-ordinary Tangier: Domesticating practices in a border zone. GeoHumanities 1(1):131-156.

Moisio, S., Bachmann, V., Bialasiewicz, L., dell’Agnese, E., Dittmer, J., and Mamadouh, V. (2013). Mapping the political geographies of Europeanization: National discourses, external perceptions and the question of popular culture. Progress in Human Geography 37(6):737-761.

Bialasiewicz, L, Giaccaria, P, Jones, A and Minca C (2013). Re-scaling 'EU'rope: EU Macroregional Fantasies in the Mediterranean. European Urban and Regional Studies 20(1):59-76.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2012). Off-shoring and out-sourcing the borders of Europe: Libya and EU border-work in the Mediterranean. Geopolitics 17(4):843-866.

Bachmann, V, Bialasiewicz, L, Sidaway, JD, Feldman, M, Holgerson, S, Malm, A, Mohammad, R, Saldanha, A and Simonsen, K (2012). Bloodlands: critical geographical responses to the 22 July 2011 events in Norway. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30: 191-206.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2011). Borders, above all? Political Geography 30:299-300.

Bialasiewicz, L. and Minca, C. (2010). "The Border Within": Inhabiting theborder in Trieste. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28(6):1084-1105.

Marksoo, U ., Bialasiewicz, L. and Best, U. (2010). The Global Economic Crisis and Regional Divides in the European Union: Spatial Patterns of Unemployment in Estonia and Poland. Eurasian Geography and Economics 51(1):52-79.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2009). The new political geographies of the European 'neighbourhood'.   Political Geography 28:79-89 (Editor - special symposium).

Bialasiewicz, L. (2009). Europe as/at the border: Trieste and the Meaning of Europe. Social and Cultural Geography 10(3):325-342.

Parker., N. and N. Vaughan-Williams, together with Bialasiewicz, L., Bulmer, S., Carver, B., Drurie, R, Heathershaw, J.; van Houtum, H., Kinvall, C., Kramsch, O.,   Minca, C., Murray A., Panjek, A., Rumford, C., Schaap, A., Sidaway, J., and Williams, J. (2009). Lines in the Sand: Towards an Agenda for Critical Border Studies. Geopolitics 14:582-587.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2008). The Uncertain State(s) of Europe. European Urban and Regional Studies 15(1):71-82.

Bialasiewicz, L., Campbell, D., Elden, S., Graham, S., Jeffrey, A. and Williams, A. (2007). Performing Security: The Imaginative Geographies of Current US Strategy. Political Geography 26(4):405-422.

Feakins, M. and Bialasiewicz, L. (2006). 'Trouble in the East': The New Entrants and Challenges to theEuropean Ideal. Eurasian Geography and Economics 47(6):647-661.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2006). 'The Death of the West': Samuel Huntington, Oriana Fallaci and a new 'moral' geopolitics of births and bodies. Geopolitics 11:701-724.

Elden, S. and L. Bialasiewicz. (2006). The New Geopolitics of Division and the Problem of a Kantian Europe. Review of International Studies 32(4):623-644.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2006). Geographies of production and the contexts of politics: dis-location and new ecologies of fear in the Veneto città diffusa . Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24(1):41-67.

Bialasiewicz, L. and C. Minca (2005). Old Europe, New Europe: for a geopolitics of translation. Area 37(4):365-372.

Bialasiewicz, L., S. Elden and J. Painter (2005). The Constitution of EU Territory. Comparative European Politics 3(3): 333-363.

Bialasiewicz, L., S. Elden and J. Painter (2005). "The Best Defence of Our Security Lies in the Spread of our Values. Europe, America and the Question of Values". Environment and Planning D: Society and Space   23(2): 159-64.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2003). Another Europe: remembering Habsburg Galicja. Cultural Geographies 10(1): 21-44.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2003). The many wor(l)ds of differenceand dissent. Antipode   35(1):14-23.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2003). Europa Geopolitikaja. Ter Es Tarsadalom 2:111-112.

Minca, C. and L. Bialasiewicz (2003). Geografia critica. Rivista Geografica Italiana 110:561-575.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2002).   The re-birth of Upper Silesia. Regional and Federal Studies 12(2): 111-132.

 

Book chapters:

Bialasiewicz, L. (2016). Een stedelijke geopolitiek? In EU@Amsterdam: Een Stedelijke Raad (V. Mamadouh and A. van Wageningen, eds.) Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Bialasiewicz, L (2015). Preface. In Neighbourhood Policy and the Construction of the European External Borders (F. Celata and R. Coletti, eds.) Springer Verlag, pp. v-vi.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2015). Tangier, Mobile City: Re-making Borders in the Straits of Gibraltar. In Borderities and the Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders (A.-L. Amilhat-Szary and F. Giraut, eds.) Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 224-240.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2012). Spectres of Europe: Europes past, present, and future. The Oxford Handbook of Post-War European History. (D. Stone, ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.98-119.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2011). Another Europe. In Passion of an ornithologist: on myth-making/Pasja ornitologa: tworzenie mitu . (A. Budak, ed.) Nowy Sącz: BWA SOKÓŁ Gallery of Contemporary Art.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2005). Back to Galicia Felix . In Galicia: A Multicultured Land. (P.R. Magocsi and C. Hann, eds.) Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2005). Urban Politics and the Geopolitics of Heritage: 'Branding' the Post-Socialist State. In Lo Spettacolo della Città. (C. Minca, ed.) Padova: CEDAM.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2004). A society to match the scenery? Ordering the spaces of the Veneto città diffusa . In The European City in Transition: Urbanism and Globalisation. (F. Eckardt and D. Hassenpflug, eds.) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Bialasiewicz, L. and J. O'Loughlin (2002). Re-ordering Europe's Eastern frontier: Galicjan Identities and Political Cartographies on the Polish-Ukrainian Border. In Boundaries and Place: European Borderlands in Geographical Context. (D. Kaplan & J. Hakli, eds.). London: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Editorials and commentaries:

Bialasiewicz, L. (2016). Europas tiefere Krise. Der Standard June 2016

http://derstandard.at/2000039290836/Luiza-Bialasiewicz-Europas-tiefere-Krise

Bialasiewicz, L. (2016). The perils of invoking ‘European values’. New Eastern Europe March-April 2(XXI):43-45.

Bialasiewicz, L. (2015).  Where do we want Europe’s borders to lie?, Commentary for Transit Online, the online magazine of the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna

http://www.iwm.at/read-listen-watch/transit-online/want-eus-borders-lie/

Bialasiewicz, L. (2015). De vluchtelingencrisis in perspectief, Interview for Babel, the magazine of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam, October issue.

2015

  • Bialasiewicz, L. A. (in press). Tangier, Mobile City. In A. L. Amilhat-Szary, & F. Giraut (Eds.), Borderities: The Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillian.

2013

  • Bialasiewicz, L., Giaccaria, P., Jones, A., & Minca, C. (2013). Re-scaling 'EU'rope: EU macro-regional fantasies in the Mediterranean. European Urban and Regional Studies, 20(1), 59-76. DOI: 10.1177/0969776412463372  [details] 
  • Moisio, S., Bachmann, V., Bialasiewicz, L., Dell'Agnese, E., Dittmer, J., & Mamadouh, V. D. (2013). Mapping the political geographies of Europeanization: National discourses, external perceptions and the question of popular culture. Progress in Human Geography, 37(6), 737-761. DOI: 10.1177/0309132512472093  [details] 

2012

  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2012). Spectres of Europe: Europe's past, present and future. In D. Stone (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of postwar European history (pp. 98-119). Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199560981.013.0005  [details] 
  • Bachmann, V., Bialasiewicz, L., Sidaway, J. D., Feldman, M., Holgersen, S., Malm, A., ... Simonsen, K. (2012). Bloodlands: critical geographical responses to the 22 July 2011 events in Norway. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 30(2), 191-206. DOI: 10.1068/d303  [details] 

2011

2010

  • Bialasiewicz, L., & Minca, C. (2010). The 'border within': inhabiting the border in Trieste. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 28(6), 1084-1105. DOI: 10.1068/d2609 
  • Marksoo, U., Bialasiewicz, L. A., & Best, U. (2010). The Global Economic Crisis and Regional Divides in the European Union: Spatial Patterns of Unemployment in Estonia and Poland. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 51(1).

2009

  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2009). Europe as/at the border: Trieste and the meaning of Europe. Social & Cultural Geography, 10(3), 319-336. DOI: 10.1080/14649360902756655 
  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2009). The new political geographies of the European ‘neighborhood’. Political Geography, 28(2), 79-80. DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2008.12.002 
  • Parker, N., Vaughn, W., Bialasiewicz, L., Bulmer, S., Carver, B., Durie, R., ... Williams, J. (2009). Postscript: ongoing research. Lines in the sand? Towards an agenda for critical border studies. Geopolitics, 14(3), 582-587. DOI: 10.1080/14650040903081297  [details] 

2008

2007

  • Bialasiewicz, L., Campbell, D., Elden, S., Graham, S., Jeffrey, A., & Williams, A. J. (2007). Performing security: the imaginative geographies of current US strategy. Political Geography, 26(4), 405-422. DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2006.12.002 

2006

  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2006). Geographies of production and the contexts of politics: dis-location and new ecologies of fear in the Veneto città diffusa. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 24(1), 41-67. DOI: 10.1068/d346t 
  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2006). ‘The death of the West’: Samuel Huntington, Oriana Fallaci and a new ‘moral’ geopolitics of births and bodies. Geopolitics, 11(4), 701-724. DOI: 10.1080/14650040600890859 
  • Elden, S., & Bialasiewicz, L. (2006). The new geopolitics of division and the problem of a Kantian Europe. Review of International Studies, 32(4), 623-644. DOI: 10.1017/S0260210506007194 
  • Feakins, M., & Bialasiewicz, L. A. (2006). Trouble in the East: The New Entrants and Challenges to the European Ideal. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 47(6).

2005

  • Bialasiewicz, L. A. (2005). Back to Galicia Felix. In P. R. Magocsi, & C. Hann (Eds.), Galicia: A Multicultured Land. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Bialasiewicz, L. A., Elden, S., & Painter, J. (2005). The Constitution of EU Territory. Comparative European Politics, 3(3).
  • Bialasiewicz, L., & Minca, C. (2005). Old Europe, new Europe: for a geopolitics of translation. Area, 37(4), 365-372. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-4762.2005.00646.x 
  • Bialasiewicz, L., Elden, S., & Painter, J. (2005). 'The best defence of our security lies in the spread of our values': Europe, America, and the question of values: guest editorial. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 23(2), 159-164. DOI: 10.1068/d2302ed 

2003

  • Bialasiewicz, L. A. (2003). The many wor(l)ds of difference and dissent. Antipode, 35(1).
  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2003). Another Europe: remembering Habsburg Galicja. Cultural Geographies, 10(1), 21-44. DOI: 10.1191/1474474003eu258oa 

2002

  • Bialasiewicz, L. A. (2002). Re-ordering Europe's Eastern frontier: Galicjan identities and political cartographies on the Polish-Ukrainian border. In D. Kaplan, & J. Hakli (Eds.), Boundaries and Place: European Borderlands in Geographical Context. London: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Bialasiewicz, L. (2002). Upper Silesia: rebirth of a regional identity in Poland. Regional & Federal Studies, 12(2), 111-132. DOI: 10.1080/714004749 

2005

  • Bialasiewicz, L. A. (2005). Urban Politics and the Geopolitics of Heritage. In C. Minca (Ed.), Lo spettacolo della città. Padova: CEDAM.

2004

  • Minca, C., & Bialasiewicz, L. A. (2004). Spazio e Politica: Riflessioni di geografia critica. Padova: CEDAM.

Scientific position

  • van der Laarse, Rob, Leerssen, J.T., Bialasiewicz, L.A. & Wintle, M.J. (2016-): theme leader European Identity and Culture ACCESS EUROPE EIC: European Identity and Culture In the rapidly mutating global and domestic context, (…), ACCESS EUROPE (Amsterdam Centre for Contemporary European Studies).
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