Sara Brzuszkiewicz holds a Master Degree in Languages and Cultures for International Communication and Cooperation with a dissertation on prostitution, stereotypes and human trafficking in the Arab world (2012) and a Bachelor Degree in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation with a thesis on representation and treatment of mental disorders in Islamic cultures (2010) from the University of Milan.
Sara improved her proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA) at the International Language Institute in Cairo.
She holds a Diploma in Emergencies and Humanitarian Intervention from Institute for International Political Studies of Milan (2014).
Sara writes for a number of online journals investigating Middle East, North Africa and Gulf Countries.
Her research interests focus on contemporary history and politics of Middle East, geopolitics of the MENA region, Islam and gender in the Arab countries.
She has worked as a teacher at the bilingual Egyptian school Nagib Mahfuz of Milan (2013-2014).
She joined FEEM in January 2015 in the framework of the Research Programme: "Economy and Society".