Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow working on the TAKEBACK project at the Polytechnic of Turin
Daniela Giudici is Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Research Fellow working on the TAKEBACK project at DIST, Polytechnic of Turin, and at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada). She’s an anthropologist, with a passion for interdisciplinary and collaborative work. She held research and teaching positions at Freie Universitat Berlin, University of Bologna and University of Trento.
Daniela has been engaged several years in ethnographic work on asylum politics, welfare restructuring, housing and social precarity. Her current project explores the intersections of urban transformations, urban activism and sustainability agendas, in Canada and Europe.
You can check Daniela’s full publications profile on her ORCID page.
Giudici D. (2023) “(In)Visibility. On the doorstep of a mediatized refugees’ squat” In Boccagni P. & Bonfanti S. (eds). Entering Migrant Homes. New York: Springer OA – IMISCOE Research Series.
Giudici D. & Boccagni P. (2022) Exposing the private, engaging in the public. Asylum seekers, intimate publics and normative performances of public participation. Environment and Planning D. Society and Space, 40 (6): 1122 – 1140.
Giudici D. (2021) Beyond Compassionate Aid. Precarious Bureaucrats and Dutiful Asylum Seekers in Italy. Cultural Anthropology 36 (1): 25-51.