Neta-Paulina Wagner (*1990) was born in Berlin and now lives and works in The Netherlands, at Radboud University. ELES sponsored her studies and her doctorate which the border and conflict researcher is currently working on. Her doctorate is on the subject of “Imaginary Geographies – The nation-State and Other Utopias”. In addition, she works on the topic of identity and border perceptions, in particular in the case of the Israel-Palestine conflict. She is involved in ELES and DialoguePerspectives particularly for interreligious, but also societal dialogue.
˝DialoguePerspectives offers a unique change of perspective! The programme allows you to really grapple with current and highly societally relevant questions, to reflect on your own identity, and to get to know the diversity of European identities. I am very grateful for the intensive personal discussion and encounters, and the great amount of food for thought that has stuck with me long past the seminars.
Ezgi, DialoguePerspectives participant