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Stefania Panebianco

Stefania Panebianco is an Associate Professor in Political Science, University of Catania, since 2004. Teaching load at University of Catania: Mediterranean Politic, MA in Global Politics and Euro-Mediterranean Relations; Strategia delle Relazioni Commerciali, MA in Internazionalizzazione delle Relazioni Commerciali; Politica e istituzioni dei paesi del Mediterraneo.

Other teaching: Migration Politics in the Mediterranean, elective course, Master in European Studies, Luiss Guido Carli, Rome, since academic year 2007/2008.

Previous teaching: The EU and its Neighbours. Politics, Institutions, Instruments, Master in International Security, IBEI, Barcelona (oct-nov 2019); Migration in the Mediterranean (virtual seminar), Arcadia University, Glenside (Pennsylvania, USA); Euro-Mediterranean Relations, Democratic Transitions in Mediterranean Countries, PhD course in Global Politics and European Integration, Scuola Superiore Catania (SSC) - University of Catania; Mediterranean Politics, PhD course in Political Systems and Institutional Change, IMT, Lucca (I).

Main publications:

  • Mediterranean migration governance and the role of the Italian coast guard: Varying political understandings of maritime operations in the 2010s, in ‘Contemporary Italian Politics’, 2022, DOI:10.1080/23248823.2022.2057046.
  • Editor, Border Crises and Human Mobility in the Mediterranean Global South. Challenges to Expanding Borders, series on Critical Security Studies in the Global South, Palgrave Macmillan, 2022, 1-17. ISBN: 978-3-030-90295-7.
  • Co-editor (with Benjamin Tallis), Shifting Borders of European (In)Securities: Human Security, Border (In)Security and Mobility in Security, Special Issue of ‘International Politics’, vol. 59, issue 3, 2022.
  • Human Security at the Mediterranean Borders: Humanitarian Discourse in the EU Periphery, in ‘International Politics’, vol. 59, issue 3, 2022, pp. 428-448, IF: 0.874 [2020].
  • The EU and Migration in the Mediterranean. EU Borders’ Control by Proxy, ‘Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies’, December 2021, 48:6, pp. 1398-1416, IF: 3.116.
  • Conceptualising the Mediterranean Global South: A research agenda on security, borders and human flows, in ‘De Europa’, Special Issue edited by Rosita Di Peri and Federico Donelli: The (re)configuration of the Euro-Mediterranean space after the 2011 Arab uprisings: borders, politics and identity, 2021, vol. 4, Issue n.1, pp. 17-34. ISSN 2611-853X available in OPEN ACCESS.
  • Towards a human and humane approach? The EU discourse on migration amidst the Covid-19 crisis, in ‘The International Spectator’, Special Issue edited by Daniela Huber and Leo Goretti: The Impact of the COVID Crisis on Regionalism, 2021, vol. 56, issue 2, pp. 19-37. DOI:10.1080/03932729.2021.1902650
  • Migration Governance in the Mediterranean. The Siracusa Experience, Geopolitics’, 2021, 27:3, 752-772 IF: 2.65
  • The Mediterranean Migration Crisis: Humanitarian practices and migration governance in Italy, in Contemporary Italian Politics, 2019, vol. 11, n. 4, pp. 386-400: .
  • When Responsibility to Protect ‘hits home’: The EU and the Syrian crisis, co-authored with Iole Fontana, in: ‘Third World Quarterly’, 2018, vol. 39, issue 1, pp. 1-17, IF: 1.754

Curriculum Vitae