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Geographies and flights

I am an urban ethnographer and activist, working at the Urban Institute, Sheffield University. This website is here to recollect representations in order for them to be re-used and repossessed. Get in touch clicking here or follow @michelelancione

CfP for the RC21 in Delhi: Dwelling in the interstices

  RC21, September, 18-21, 2019 @Delhi CFP: Dwelling in the interstices: modes of inhabitation and common life in the contemporary city Please submit your 250 words abstract by the 20/01/19 filling this form: https://goo.gl/forms/v1QLbEe61Mp15kLf1 Convenors

New paper around Urban Precarity in Geoforum

The first paper that I thought and wrote since I’ve joined USP and the Urban Institute at Sheffield is out now in Geoforum.  It is called: ‘The politics of embodied urban precarity: Roma people and

Keynote at an ethnography conference @LSHTM

I am delighted to be part of this exciting workshop for early career ethnographers @LSHTM. In my keynote tomorrow I will develop ideas on ‘minor ethnographies’ starting from a conversation around Cindy Katz’ work to which

New project: Antipode Scholar-Activist Award

Thanks to The Antipode Foundation for awarding the Antipode Scholar-Activist Award to Erin MC EL, Veda Popovici, Nicoleta Nico, Ioana Florea, Caro Linaand myself, for our project “How the Roma are fighting back: A diary and guide for resistance against restitutions and

Writing the city [into the urban] – Workshop in Paris

Numerous events took place across Europe to celebrate the 50 years after the backlash of ’68. Pushpa Arabindoo, Senior Lecturer at UCL, organised a very special one at the Institute D’etudes Avancées in Paris last

Radical Housing Journal – first Call for Papers

    I am, together with a collective of 14 people spread around the world, launching the first call for papers for a new publication called the Radical Housing Journal. This is a horizontally managed,

Un ritorno alla poesia [A Poem]

  [Note: I claim of writing poetry in my own language. After more than a year, I am coming back to it. This blog have more than 150 poems in it, reaching back to 2008.

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