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Stefania Panebianco

Stefania Panebianco, PhD in International Relations, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Catania, and Holder of the Jean Monnet Chair EUMedEA. Teaches Mediterranean Politics, Politics and Institutions in the Mediterranean, Institutions of Global Trade at the University of Catania. Since a.y. 2017/2018 teaches Migration Politics in the Mediterranean at Luiss University-Rome.

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