Tatjana is a doctoral researcher at the Department of Sociology at the University of Lucerne since October 2021. Besides her academic work, Tatjana represents the mid-level faculty staff in the Equal Opportunity Committee (GLK) and is a jury member for the Open Science Award at the University of Lucerne. Tatjana’s dissertation project looks into how digitalization affects financial and payment practices in everyday life in Sweden. In particular, she is interested in practices of digital earmarking, the process of differentiating money into a variety of monies depending on social and cultural imperatives, source and purpose, and social ties involved.
Prior to her position in Lucerne, Tatjana completed her MSc in Sociology at the University of Gothenburg (2021) and her BA in Social Sciences at the Humboldt University of Berlin (2019). She has also worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Health and Care Sciences at the University of Gothenburg.