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Magda Bolzoni
CURRICULUM VITAE
Magda Bolzoni
Magda Bolzoni

magda.bolzoni@unito.it

CURRICULUM VITAE
BIOGRAPHY

Magda Bolzoni is Assistant Professor (RtdA) at the Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning of Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy), where she teaches Urban Sociology. She holds a PhD in Sociology and she has spent periods of study and research at Western Cape University (South Africa), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Ryukoku University (Japan), where in 2017 she was a JSPS Fellow with a project on migrants and urban transformations. Her researches focus on issues of urban change and gentrification, socio-spatial stratification and inequalities. She has worked extensively on migration and forced migration, analysed with a qualitative and multilevel approach, also collaborating with FIERI, publishing extensively on the issue and regularly contributing to the Italian Report on Forced Migration by Fondazione Migrants.

PUBLICATIONS

(2023) “The dark side of solidarity: ambivalences and double standards in the Urkainian refugee crisis in Italy” (con D. Donatiello e L. Giannetto), Partecipazione e Conflitto, 16(3), 451-469. ISSN: 2035-6609

(2022) “Sailing against the Law Tide. Implications of the 2018 Refugees’ Reception reform in Small-medium Towns and Rural Areas in Italy” (con D. Donatiello e L. Giannetto), Comparative Population Studies, 47, 233-262. ISSN: 1869-8999

(2022) “The diversity that we love. Commodification and control of diversity in gentrifying neigbourhoods”, Italian Sociological Review, 12(2), 437-457. ISSN: 2239-8589

(2022) “Crossing the border, living apart? Diversity and multiculturalism in Japanese cities” in Murata K. (ed.) Towards a future with Border-Crossers, Tokyo, Hituji Shobo Publishing Company, 209-232. ISBN: 978-4-8234-1122-9

(2015) “The social consequences of the denied access to housing for refugees in urban settings: the case of Turin, Italy” (con E. Gargiulo, M. Manocchi), International Journal of Housing Policy, 15(4), 400-417. ISSN: 1949-1247

PROJECTS
BIOGRAPHY

Magda Bolzoni is Assistant Professor (RtdA) at the Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning of Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy), where she teaches Urban Sociology. She holds a PhD in Sociology and she has spent periods of study and research at Western Cape University (South Africa), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Ryukoku University (Japan), where in 2017 she was a JSPS Fellow with a project on migrants and urban transformations. Her researches focus on issues of urban change and gentrification, socio-spatial stratification and inequalities. She has worked extensively on migration and forced migration, analysed with a qualitative and multilevel approach, also collaborating with FIERI, publishing extensively on the issue and regularly contributing to the Italian Report on Forced Migration by Fondazione Migrants.

PUBLICATIONS

(2023) “The dark side of solidarity: ambivalences and double standards in the Urkainian refugee crisis in Italy” (con D. Donatiello e L. Giannetto), Partecipazione e Conflitto, 16(3), 451-469. ISSN: 2035-6609

(2022) “Sailing against the Law Tide. Implications of the 2018 Refugees’ Reception reform in Small-medium Towns and Rural Areas in Italy” (con D. Donatiello e L. Giannetto), Comparative Population Studies, 47, 233-262. ISSN: 1869-8999

(2022) “The diversity that we love. Commodification and control of diversity in gentrifying neigbourhoods”, Italian Sociological Review, 12(2), 437-457. ISSN: 2239-8589

(2022) “Crossing the border, living apart? Diversity and multiculturalism in Japanese cities” in Murata K. (ed.) Towards a future with Border-Crossers, Tokyo, Hituji Shobo Publishing Company, 209-232. ISBN: 978-4-8234-1122-9

(2015) “The social consequences of the denied access to housing for refugees in urban settings: the case of Turin, Italy” (con E. Gargiulo, M. Manocchi), International Journal of Housing Policy, 15(4), 400-417. ISSN: 1949-1247

PROJECTS
BIOGRAPHY

Magda Bolzoni is Assistant Professor (RtdA) at the Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning of Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy), where she teaches Urban Sociology. She holds a PhD in Sociology and she has spent periods of study and research at Western Cape University (South Africa), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Ryukoku University (Japan), where in 2017 she was a JSPS Fellow with a project on migrants and urban transformations. Her researches focus on issues of urban change and gentrification, socio-spatial stratification and inequalities. She has worked extensively on migration and forced migration, analysed with a qualitative and multilevel approach, also collaborating with FIERI, publishing extensively on the issue and regularly contributing to the Italian Report on Forced Migration by Fondazione Migrants.

PUBLICATIONS

(2023) “The dark side of solidarity: ambivalences and double standards in the Urkainian refugee crisis in Italy” (con D. Donatiello e L. Giannetto), Partecipazione e Conflitto, 16(3), 451-469. ISSN: 2035-6609

(2022) “Sailing against the Law Tide. Implications of the 2018 Refugees’ Reception reform in Small-medium Towns and Rural Areas in Italy” (con D. Donatiello e L. Giannetto), Comparative Population Studies, 47, 233-262. ISSN: 1869-8999

(2022) “The diversity that we love. Commodification and control of diversity in gentrifying neigbourhoods”, Italian Sociological Review, 12(2), 437-457. ISSN: 2239-8589

(2022) “Crossing the border, living apart? Diversity and multiculturalism in Japanese cities” in Murata K. (ed.) Towards a future with Border-Crossers, Tokyo, Hituji Shobo Publishing Company, 209-232. ISBN: 978-4-8234-1122-9

(2015) “The social consequences of the denied access to housing for refugees in urban settings: the case of Turin, Italy” (con E. Gargiulo, M. Manocchi), International Journal of Housing Policy, 15(4), 400-417. ISSN: 1949-1247

PROJECTS
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