Nicola Montagna is Programme leader and Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the Middlesex University, School of Law, Department of Criminology and Sociology, and regular contributor to the Fondazione ISMU’s annual reports on migrations. He has widely published in several languages and carried out research on international migration, skilled migration, migration policies in Britain, Italy and Europe, social movements, the politics of protest. Some of his recent publications include the edited books Social Movements: a Reader (Routledge, 2008), with Vincenzo Ruggiero, The making of a global movement, “The Sociological Review”, and Contested Chinatown: Chinese migrants’ incorporation and the urban space in London and Milan, “Ethnicities”, with Panos Hatziprokopiou. In 2013, he (with Sue Mew) has edited Conflicts within the the crisis, special issue of the “American journal Social Justice”. With Dr. Jon Mulholland and Dr. Erin Sanders-McDonagh, he has recently received a research grant for a Project Funded by the British Academy/Leverhume Trust, Women in nationalist movements in the UK.

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