Victoria Zeeb

Victoria Zeeb is a doctoral candidate in Social Psychology at UCL. Until October 2014, she led Counterpoint’s 50ft Women project. She has a BA (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Durham University and an MSc in Political Sociology from the London School of Economics.

At Counterpoint, her work focused on the impact of cultural and structural factors on women’s experiences in society, politics and organisations. As a native German speaker who grew up in several different countries, she is particularly interested in how women’s experiences differ across cultures.


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The Italian Job:  learning to cope with populists?

We are at turning point in the way in which the mainstream deals with populists.   For those of us who have been studying...

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Bonne Année – Local realities of migration: emotions, institutions, conflict and cooperation

Counterpoint explored local and personal experiences of migration in communities across four European countries (France, Germany, Sweden and Italy), and here we set out...


Tentacles of Circumstance: The Political Consequences of Inequality

To explore the complex effects of inequality on European societies, this collection brings together essays by scholars of economic history, sociology, psychology and philosophy....