Sanda Hubana is Member of the Department "Integration, Social Networks and Cultural Lifestyles" and is a Doctoral researcher at the Department for European Ethnology of the Humboldt-University of Berlin.
The working-title of her Ph.D.-project is “Conflict or cooperation? Urban planning and civil society in Berlin. An Ethnography”. She investigates the cooperation between civil society, administrational, political as well as economical representatives in different urban development projects in Berlin.
Her research interests are Urban Anthropology, Migration and Racism, Political Anthropology and Europeanization - with a special focus on Applied Anthropology.
since 2015: Doctoral researcher at the Department for European Ethnology, Humboldt-University of Berlin (HU Berlin)
2012-2015: Coordinator and ethnologist in the project „Social Placemanagement Leopoldplatz” of the NGO Gangway e.V. as well as the urban development program “Aktives Zentrum und Sanierungsgebiet Wedding-Müllerstraße” in Berlin
2009-2012: Master of Arts in European Ethnology, HU Berlin and Master-research project in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
2005-2009: Bachelor of Arts in European Ethnology and Music- and Media-Studies as well as Social and Cultural Anthropology, HU Berlin and University of Seville (Spain)
2014-2016: Activity in the EU funded-research project „SEiSMiC - Societal Engagement in Science, Mutual learning in Cities“ of the Department for European Ethnology, HU Berlin