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.
Social-cultural anthropology; international migration and refugee mobility; sovereignty; democracy and human rights; religious pluralism
Trans-Mediterranean citizenship and mobilization, interreligious dialogue, and the politics of changing cities
University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway Affiliated Fellowship, American Academy in Rome (2016–2017)
An End to Mediterranean Standoffs?
Sep 12, 2019
Faculty Fellow Maurizio Albahari, professor of Anthroplogy at Notre Dame, spoke about the new migration policies in Europe in Le Monde diplomatique's article: "An End to Mediterranean Standoffs?". It discusses how in the new Italian plan, signatories would decide in advance where migrants will be sent in order to avoid keeping migrants on the Mediterranean for weeks.
We Asked 105 Experts What Scares and Inspires Them Most About the Future
Dec 5, 2018
Faculty Fellow Maurizio Albahari (anthropology) was quoted in a Motherboard article about his greatest fears and hopes for the future.