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MONDI MIGRANTI
Rivista di studi e ricerche sulle migrazioni internazionali
3 issues per year , ISSN 1972-4888 , ISSNe 1972-4896
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Mondi Migranti is a review promoted and produced by the Centro Studi Medì (Migrations in the Mediterranean; www.csmedi.com) in partnership with the Department of Educational Sciences at the University of Genoa, the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the University of Milan, and FIERI. Mondi Migranti has at least three main objectives. The first is to enhance the quality of scientific debate in the field, a debate, which in Italy, is characterized by several factors - the relative 'youth' of the subject, its burning relevance to contemporary Italian society, and its mixture of scientific reflection, political debate and militant controversy. Secondly, Mondi Migranti offers itself as a forum for international scientific debate on migration issues. The third function of a specialized scientific review is to provide opportunities for the publication of worthy articles, to stimulate scientific debate in the field and to provide a space for the exchange of ideas and research results. Each issue includes a monographic section and space for the publication of articles on other topics. Also, it has been decided to combine a scientific, mainly sociological, approach with an interest in cultural debate, artistic production and personal accounts. Our intent, therefore, is to propose a cutting-edge (perhaps a half-cast) review in terms of structure, but one in which academic rigour does not deny personal experience and cultural and artistic elaboration. All sections, except "Prospettive" and "Débat et Combat", are based on peer review and so geared towards the promotion of open, clear and pluralist publication criteria within the academic community.

General Editor: Maurizio Ambrosini (Università di Milano) Associate Editors: Luca Queirolo Palmas (Università di Genova), Andrea T. Torre (Centro Studi Medì, Genova) Scientific board: Alberto Acosta (ILDIS-FES, Quito), Marco Aime (Università di Genova), Teofilo Altamirano (Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Lima), Jacqueline Andall (University of Bath), Rosa Apariciò (Universidad de Comillas, Madrid), Joaquim Arango (Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología, Madrid), Maria Ioannis Baganha (Universidade de Coimbra), Laura Balbo (Università di Padova), Elena Besozzi (Università Cattolica di Milano e Fondazione Ismu), Giancarlo Blangiardo (Università di Milano Bicocca e Fondazione Ismu), Kitty Calavita (Università di California Irvine), Stephen Castles (Università di Oxford), Vincenzo Cesareo (Università Cattolica di Milano e Fondazione Ismu), Antonio M. Chiesi (Università di Milano), Robin Cohen (University of Warwick), Michele Colasanto (Università Cattolica di Milano e Fondazione Ismu), Asher Colombo (Università di Bologna e Istituto C. Cattaneo), Enzo Colombo (Università di Milano), Vittorio Cotesta (Università di Roma 3), Alessandro Dal Lago (Università di Genova), Marco De Marie (Compagnia di San Paolo, Torino), Han Entzinger (Erasmus University, Rotterdam), Graziella Favaro (Università di Milano Bicocca e Centro Come), Carles Feixa (Universidade de Lleida e CIIMU, Barcelona), Georges Felouzis (Université Victor Segalen, Bordeaux), Cesar Germana (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima), Graziella Giovannini (Università di Bologna) Luis Eduardo Guarnizo (University of California, Davis), Gioconda Herrera (FLACSO-Ecuador), Luisa Leonini (Università di Milano), Adriana Luciano (Università di Torino), Sarah Mahler (Florida International University), Robert Maier (Universiteit Utrecht), Alberto Martinelli (Università di Milano e Fondazione Ismu), Enzo Mingione (Università di Milano-Bicocca); Giovanni Mottura (Università di Modena), Beatriz Padilla (Universidade de Lisboa), Maria Cristina Paganoni (Università di Milano), Hector Palomino (Universidad di Buenos Aires), Ferruccio Pastore (FIERI, Torino), Jean-Paul Payet (Université de Geneve), Franco Pittau (Dossier Statistico Immigrazione-Roma), Gabriele Pollini (Università di Trento), Enrico Pugliese (IRPPS-CNR e Università Federico II, Napoli), Emilio Reyneri (Università di Milano Bicocca), Luisa Ribolzi (Università di Genova), Milena Santerini (Università Cattolica di Milano), Giuseppe Sciortino (Università di Trento e Istituto C. Cattaneo), Mara Tognetti (Università di Milano Bicocca), Antonio Tosi (Politecnico di Milano), Catherine Withol de Wenden (Centre d’études et de recherches internationales, Parigi), Laura Zanfrini (Università Cattolica di Milano e Fondazione Ismu), Giovanna Zincone (FIERI, Torino). Editorial board: Andrea Ravecca (Segretario), Emanuela Abbatecola, Roberto Alzetta, Franca Bimbi, Paolo Boccagni, Paola Bonizzoni, Francesca Campomori, Elena Caneva, Eleonora Castagnone, Enzo Colombo, Maddalena Colombo, Deborah Erminio, Gaia Peruzzi, Francesca Lagomarsino, Luisa Leonini, Chiara Marchetti, Maria Cristina Paganoni, Agostino Petrillo, Enrico Pugliese, Ettore Recchi, Bruno Riccio, Roberta Ricucci, Giovanni Semi, Antonio Tosi, Francesca Alice Vianello

Editorial Unit: Centro Studi Medì. Migrazioni nel Mediterraneo, Via Balbi 16, 16126, Genova, tel. 0102514371, fax +390108575959, e-mail: mondimigranti@gmail.com

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Issue 2/2021 
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Madan Biswal, Arun Kumar Acharya, Food Insecurity and Temporary Migration of Youth in India
Franca Bimbi, Paolo Gusmeroli, Commensality as citizenship. An Ethnographic Journey through Food and Migration
Ignazia Bartholini, Rafaela Pascoal, Il cibo come mezzo per una convivenza ostipitale. Gli equilibri fragili del cotto e del crudo fra migranti e popolazione autoctona in un mercato di Palermo (Food as means for a hostipitality. The fragile balance of cooked and raw between migrants and the native population in a Palermo market)
Laura Terragni, Sigrun Henjum, Patire la fame nella culla del welfare. Uno studio sulla sicurezza alimentare dei richiedenti asilo nei centri di accoglienza norvegesi (To be hungry in the welfare cradle. A study of food security among asylum seekers in Norwegian reception centers)
Maria Giovanna Onorati, Enhancing food-related agency in refugees and asylum seekers: A driver to resilience and regenerative empowerment
Gaia Cottino, Silvia Luraschi, Farsi casa attraverso le pratiche alimentari. Voci di richiedenti asilo, operatori e operatrici nelle province di Cuneo e Lecco (Homemaking through food practices. Asylum seekers and social workers’ voices from the Cuneo and Lecco provinces)
Sebastiano Benasso, Luisa Stagi, I am not a virus! From model minority to public enemy, the racialisation of the Chinese community in Italy through food
Alice Scavarda, Raffaella Ferrero Camoletto, Vulca Fidolini, Stranieri a tavola? Ridefinire i confini identitari attraverso le narrazioni alimentari (Strangers at the table? Redefining identity boundaries through food narratives)
Maurizio Bergamaschi, Luca Daconto, Maria Grazia Montesano, Diffusione periferica e concentrazioni. La dinamica insediativa dei residenti stranieri a Bologna e Milano (Peripheral diffusion and concentrations. The settlement dynamics of foreign residents in Bologna and Milan)
Giuseppina Talamo, Migrazioni forzate per cause ambientali e cambiamenti climatici: un’analisi socio-economica (Forced migrations for environmental causes and climate change: a socioeconomic analysis)
Elena Giacomelli, Gli operatori di accoglienza: competenze di una professione in divenire. Un’indagine etnografica di una ricercatrice-operatrice (Social Worker with Asylum Seekers and Refugees: skills of a profession in the making. An ethnographic investigation of a researcher-social worker)
Milena Gammaitoni, Artisti stranieri in Italia. Storia e storie di vita dell’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio (Artists migrants in Italy. History and stories of life of Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio)
Jacopo Ferrari, Luigi Maria Solivetti, Recensioni


Issue 1/2021 
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Catherine Wihtol de Wenden, Coronavirus et migrations (COVID-19 and Migrations)
Ferruccio Pastore, Migrazioni e pandemia: interazioni empiriche e spunti teorici (Migration and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Empirical Interactions and Theoretical Implications)
Lorenzo Piccoli, La trasformazione del regime globale di mobilità durante la pandemia di COVID-19 (The transformation of the global regime of mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic)
Roberto Quaranta, Francesco Trentini, Claudia Villosio, Gli effetti del COVID-19 sulla popolazione in età da lavoro straniera in Italia (The effects of COVID-19 on foreign citizens of working-age in Italy)
Davide Girardelli, Stephen M. Croucher, Thao Nguyen, La pandemia COVID-19, la sinofobia e il ruolo dei social media in Italia (The COVID-19 pandemic, Sinophobia, and the use of social media in Italy)
Pietro Cingolani, Transnazionalismi in tempo di pandemia: il caso dei romeni in Europa (Transnationalisms during the pandemic: the case of Romanians in Europe)
Lorenzo Gabrielli, Pandemia e sconvolgimento dei sistemi migratori: il caso del corridoio Marocco-Spagna (Pandemic and disruption of migration systems: the case of the Morocco-Spain)
Ranabir Samaddar, Labour’s Burden of the Epidemic COVID-19 and internal migrant workers: The case of India
Franca Zadra, Implementare il servizio di mediazione linguisticoculturale in ambito sanitario. Uno studio di caso in Alto Adige (Implementing intercultural mediation services in the healthcare field. A case study in South Tyrol)
Loredana Tallarita, Capitale sociale sportivo e modelli d’integrazione. Uno sguardo sul calcio amatoriale (Sport Social Capital and Integration models. A look towards amateur football)
Ingrid Tere Powell, Corpo e razzismo (Body and racism)
A cura della Redazione, Recensioni


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