Dr Anastasia Deligiaouri


Dr Anastasia Deligiaouri joined FuJo and the School of Communications in August 2018 as a Marie Curie Research Fellow. Funded by the European Commission (H2020), she is working on a project entitled “Promoting E-Rulemaking in the EU through Deliberative Procedures”, which aims to contribute to the “Better Regulation Agenda” of the EC . The project addresses issues of citizens’ participation in EU law making process online by improving and strengthening deliberative procedures.

Anastasia is a political communication scholar with a background in law and political science. Her
PhD (2007, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) analyses the impact of media on political discourse.
During her PhD studies she was awarded a scholarship for her research from the State Scholarships
Foundation of Greece (IKY).

Anastasia was an (Adjunct) Assistant Professor at the Department of Digital Media and
Communication at the Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences (TEI) Kastoria, Greece
from 2008 to 2018. During the summer of 2010 she was invited as a Visiting Research Fellow at the
Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Westminster in London, UK where she
conducted research on models of democracy.

She has participated in four International Research Projects on issues of European
politics, media, deliberation and political discourse. Her research interests include political
communication, models of democracy, deliberation, European politics, political discourse and law.
She has participated in many international conferences and workshops and she has published in
International Journals and Edited Volumes on political communication issues, E-Politics and political
discourse. From 2009 she is associate editor at the International Journal of E-Politics (IGI Global) and
she serves as a reviewer in other international journals as well. Her monograph entitled “Political
Discourse and Television: Politics, Ideology and Mass Media” was published in 2012 in Greek. She
has professional experience both in law practice and in politics.