Works as a researcher at the Institute of European Studies and International Relations at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava. Her research is focused on the gender aspects of political subjectivity (present and past), feminist approaches in political sciences, gender perspectives in political communication, and the conservative turn in political discourse.
She holds two master’s degrees in the field of journalism at the Comenius University, and gender studies at the Central European University in Budapest. Her doctoral research focused on the politics of historical memory from a gender perspective in the context of the Velvet Revolution. The thesis was published in 2019 as a monograph Talking Back to November 1989. Gender Aspects of Memory (published in Slovak by ASPEKT). See the list of her publications.
Zuzana teaches courses Academic Writing and Argumentation, Political analysis, and The Politics of Collective Memory.
She takes part in two research projects: Gender Perspectives in Slovak Political Sciences (VEGA, 2019-2021) and The Politics of Emotions as a Form of Political Exclusion and Inclusion (APVV, 2019-2022).