- UCL, formerly IMI Oxford
Agnieszka is an interdisciplinary socio-legal and migration scholar with area studies interest in Central Eastern Europe and Russia. She joined the Department of Social Science at UCL from the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Russian and Eastern European Studies, both at University of Oxford, where she held a research fellowship and a lectureship.
At UCL Agnieszka has just completed her second monograph Immigration and Refugee Law in Russia. Socio-Legal Perspectives (2019, Cambridge University Press). It results from her British Academy post-doctoral research fellowship project (2013-2017).
Struggles Against Subjection. Implications of Criminalization of Migration for Migrants' Everyday Lives in Europe
Agnieszka Kubal, (2014), Crime, Law and Social Change, 62 (2), 91 - 111
Exploring the Role of Inter-Wave Dynamics in Stagnating Migration Flows. Ukrainian migration to the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
Agnieszka Kubal and Rianne Dekker, (2014), Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 12 (3), 274 - 292
'Migrants' Relationship with Law in the Host Country. Exploring the Role of Legal Culture
Agnieszka Kubal, (2013), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34(1), 55 - 72
Facts and fabrications: Experiences of law and legality among return migrants in Ukraine
Agnieszka Kubal, (2012), IMI Working Paper Series, 59