Federica Infantino just joined Urmis (Nice) at the beginning of the 2023 academic year as IRD-Université Côte d’Azur Junior Professor on “Migration, Borders and International Circulation: Controlling Mobility and Reconfiguring the Migration Issue in the World”.
Main publications on Cadmus, EUI Research Repository: https://cadmus.eui.eu/browse?type=author&authority=43056&order=DESC&rpp=5&sort_by=3&type=author
Research project: The governance of migration beyond borders. Diplomacy, cooperation and externalisation
This project proposes to study migration diplomacy, international cooperation and outsourcing in the fields of border control and return policies from an original analytical perspective that consists of considering these fields as fields of practice and questioning the way in which the configurations of actors involved and their social interactions shape the government of migration in asymmetrical contexts of power. Drawing on social theories of knowledge constructions, the field theoretical tool and the practical turn in contemporary social sciences, this project aims to conduct field investigations on regional consultative processes, networks and platforms, as well as initiatives related to integrated border management between the EU/Mediterranean and West Africa.
Previous position : European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies/Migration Policy Centre. Florence https://www.eui.eu/people?id=federica-infantino
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship focusing on the processes and areas of exchange of practical knowledge linked to the implementation of asylum, detention and expulsion within the European Union.
Keywords: Asylum, Detention, Expulsion, Borders, Non-State Actors, International Organisations, Practices, Knowledge, Circulations