TINA MAGAZZINI

Name: Tina Magazzini

Host institution: Human Rights Institute, University of Deusto

Profile: Tina Magazzini is currently based at UNESCO’s Regional Office for Southern Africa (Social and Human Science unit) in Harare, Zimbabwe, where she focuses on knowledge-production on migration and inclusion in the Southern African region. Born to an American mother and Italian father, living in different countries within and outside Europe, much of Tina’s personal interests, academic passion and intellectual curiosity have revolved around international studies, minority rights, foreign languages and cultures. She holds a BA in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Florence, Italy, and a MA in International Relations from the City College of New York. She carried out her PhD as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher at the University of Deusto, with a secondment at the University of Sussex, in the framework of the INTEGRIM programme. Within the Working Package on “Identity and cultural integration” she conducted a comparative analysis of Italy and Spain’s Roma integration strategies as a way to better understand the political dynamics which drive the framing of certain minorities as ‘in need to integrate’, questioning what they are asked to integrate into. Tina defended her PhD (international mention and cum laude) on March 8, 2018. 

Previously to joining the INTEGRIM programme, she worked with a number of NGOs, non-profits and the European Commission in the areas of social inclusion, policy analysis, indigenous and minority rights in Portugal, Italy, the US, Guatemala, Belgium and Hungary.

         Peer reviewed journal articles:

          Edited Book and Special Issue:

  • MAGAZZINI, T., PIEMONTESE, S. (2018), Constructing Roma Migrants: European Narratives and Local Governance, IMISCOE Book series, Springer.
  • MAGAZZINI, T., MORONDO TARAMUNDI, D. (2016), Special Issue “Identity and Cultural Integration“, The Age of Human Rights Journal. ISSN: 2340-9592

         Book chapters:

  • MAGAZZINI, T. (forthcoming, 2019), “Roma Integration as an essentially contested concept. Questioning the assumptions behind the National Roma Integration Strategies in Italy and Spain“, in Hinger, S. and Schweitzer, R. (eds.), Regimes of Dis-Integration, IMISCOE Book Series, Springer.
  • MAGAZZINI, T. (forthcoming, 2018), “When regional inclusion outperforms the state. The case of the Spanish Basque Country”, in Lāce, A. (ed.), Newcomer Integration in Europe: Best Practices and Innovations in Response to 2015 Crisis, FEPS.
  • MAGAZZINI, T., CHIOZZA, E., ROSSI, M. (forthcoming, 2018), “Social inclusion policies for the Roma: Missed opportunities at the European and national levels”, in Magazzini, T. and Piemontese, S. (eds.), Constructing Roma Migrants: European Narratives and Local Governance, IMISCOE Book Series, Springer.

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