|Neda Deneva is a PhD candidate in Sociology and Social Anthropology at Central European University, Budapest. The title of her dissertation is: “Assembling Fragmented Citizenship: Bulgarian Muslim Migrants at the Margins of Two States”. Since 2011 she has been teaching classes as an external lecturer at the Department of Anthropology at New Bulgarian University. In 2003-2004 Ms. Deneva has worked for the UNFPA office in Sofia as a project coordinator, and in 2006 she worked as a social consultant at the Refugee Migrant Service at the Bulgarian Red Cross. She has publications in the journals Social Politics, Migrations Societe, Bulgarian Folklore, and www.migrationonline.cz. In 2010-2011 she received a fellowship for Social research from ERSTE Foundation.