tina.magazzini (American; Italian)  

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Brief introduction

Tina Magazzini is currently a PhD candidate and Marie Curie researcher on the topic of identity and cultural integration in Europe (with a focus on Roma communities) in the framework of the 7FP INTEGRIM project “Integration and international migration: pathways and integration policies.” Her interests revolve around the concepts of citizenship, social inclusion of minorities and public sphere in the European Union; ethnic and identity cleavages; sovereignty and substantial representation; political inequality; and Roma integration policies.


PhD student

Academic profile

Interests: Human rights and social inclusion; minorities and integration; democratization-theories; nation-building and state-building; group rights and cultural rights; migration; international development; European Union policy-making; citizenship, national and ethnic minority issues; political education; languages, Roma politics.


- "Cultural identity as a weapon of the weak? Reflections on a European integration project" (the Age of Human Rights Journal, December 2016, forthcoming)

- " 'Roma' migration in the EU: the case of Spain between 'new' and 'old' minorities (Migration Letters, vol. 13 no. 2, p. 228-241, co-authored with Stefano Piemontese, 2016) - Mòdeles de gestion de la diversité en Europe et migrations roms: le cas espagnol (Confluences Méditerranée, vol. 2, no.93, p. 51-62, co-authored with Stefano Piemontese, 2015)


Roma Strategies, Integration Policies, Migration, Citizenship


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