Marketa Rulikova

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology

Schapiro Hall Rm 319


B.A. University of Pardubice (1996)
M.A. Central European University (1997)
Ph.D. Polish Academy of Science, Political and Social science (2001)

Areas of Expertise

  • institutional change in post-communist Europe
  • global migration
  • urban studies
  • social stratification
  • material culture and consumer society



Class and Inequality (not offered 2022/23)

Scholarship/Creative Work

  • Marketa Rulikova. 2020. “’I would Never Wear Those Old Clodhoppers!’: Age Differences Over Used Clothing Consumption in the Czech Republic”. Journal of Consumer Culture. Vol. 20 (2): 175-193. First published December 2, 2019.
  • Marketa Rulikova. 2015. “Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe: Who Cares?” by Anna Triandafyllidou. ed.” January 2015. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews. Volume 44. No 1. (book review)
  • Marketa Rulikova. 2014. “Sales Tours or How Czech Seniors Learned to Love Capitalism”. In Mathur, Nita. Ed. Consumer Culture, Modernity and Identity. SAGE Publications.
  • Marketa Rulikova. 2013. Fellow Travelers on the Road to Consumer Society. Anthropology of East Europe Review, [S.l.], v. 30, n. 2, p. 59-76, Jan. 2013. ISSN 2153-2931. Available at: <
  • Marketa Rulikova. Responses to the Economic Crisis among Immigrants in the Czech Republic: Impeding and Inhibiting Factors for Staying. Comparative Population Studies, [S.l.], v. 37, n. 1-2, oct. 2012. ISSN 1869-8999. Available at: <>
  • Marketa Rulikova. 2010. Euroscepticism in EU Candidate Countries: Variability in Political Elite Resistance to the EU Accession in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. VDM – Verlag (ISBN: 978-3-639-24629-2)
  • Marketa Rulikova. 2004. ”The European Parliament Election in the Czech Republic, June 11-12.” Briefing paper. Sussex European Institute.Marketa Rulikova. 2004. ”The Influence of Pre-Accession Status on Euroscepticism in EU Candidate Countries” in Perspectives on European Politics and Society. Volume 5.
  • Latayanu G., T. Leoncikas, V. Mireva, M.Rulikova and D. Skobla. Eds. 2001. The Plan for Reconstruction: Vision for the Balkans”. Working Paper in Social Sciences No.1/2001. Bucharest: BCS Publishing House.
  • Markéta Rulíková. 2000. “The Position of the Czech and Slovak Political Representatives on the Integration into the EU,” Slovo, Special Issue: Between the Bloc and the Hard Place: Moving towards Europe in Post-Communist States? University College London: School of
    Slavonic and East European Studies.
  • Markéta Rulíková. 1998. ”The Impact of Post-Communist Transformation on the Economic and Social Behaviour of the Czech Family” in Dornisch D., P. Elvin and R. Kania. eds., Post-Communist Transformations. Warszawa: IFIS Press.