About

Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow Maurizio Albahari is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame. His research is focused on migration and refugee mobility; sovereignty, democracy, and human rights; citizenship, cities, and aesthetics; pluralism and religion in public life; and epistemology.

 Albahari serves as concurrent Associate Professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs,  and also is a research associate at the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego.

Thematic Interests

Social-cultural anthropology; international migration and refugee mobility; sovereignty; democracy and human rights; religious pluralism

Current Research

Trans-Mediterranean citizenship and mobilization, interreligious dialogue, and the politics of changing cities

Research Sub-Discipline

Journal Articles

Albahari, Maurizio. “‘We haven’t risked our life for free food and shelter’: Migration, Contentious Charity, and Justice,” in Erica Caple James, ed., Faith, Charity, and the Security State (SAR Press, forthcoming)
Albahari, Maurizio. “Beyond Europe, Borders Adrift,” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development (2017)

Books

Book Chapters

Others

Other Accomplishments & Recognitions
  • University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway Affiliated Fellowship, American Academy in Rome (2016–2017)

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