Friday, 27 July 2018
Prof. Giovanna Campani lectures on the migration and refugee crisis in Europe
The European Public Law Organization (EPLO) organizes a Guest Lecture featuring Professor Giovanna Campani a leading migration scholar on Friday, July 27, 2018 at 7:00 – 8:30 PM at the EPLO Premises in Plaka (Ioannis Pottakis Hall 2, Polygnotou and Dioskouron St., Plaka, Athens).The title of her lecture will be “Migration crisis, Refugee crisis, European crisis”.
Giovanna Campani, full professor at the University of Florence, teaches Cultural Anthropology, Gender Anthropology and Intercultural communication. Her professional profile was built in a multi-and-interdisciplinary field involving contributions from sociology, ethnology and education. Since 1989, she has been coordinator or partner in a great number of European projects, in various programs. Recent publications include three books and several articles on the populist phenomenon in Europe, Campani G., Lazaridis G. (2017), Understanding the Populist shift, Routledge, London, New York; Campani G., Lazaridis, G., Benveniste A. (2016), The Rise of the Far Right in Europe, Palgrave, Macmillan, London; Campani G., Stanghellini, G. (2014), I populismi nella crisi europea, Pacini, Pisa; Campani G. (2017), Media, Web, Democracy: populist and post-populist Europe in the mirror of the Italian experience in IAF, International Affairs Forum, Spring 2017, 2(1). In the last years, she has also extensively written on the migration crisis in Europe.
The event is organized in partnership with the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc).
For further information visit https://www1.eplo.int/newsitem/1033/prof.-giovanna-campani-lectures-on-the-migration-and-refugee-crisis-in-europe