On Monday 7th November Border Criminologies launched its Guest Twitter project, which aims to give the floor to emerging scholars, researchers, and practitioners from around the world to share their work, ideas, opinions and news from their countries, etc. Our first guest was Ana Ballesteros Pena, who among other things, shared important information about immigration detention and border control in Spain. Our second guest was Rose Broad, who was live tweeting from the American Society of Criminology conference. Next week, we would like to welcome our third guest, Teresa Piacentini.
If you are interested in participating in this project please contact Andriani Fili (email@example.com)
Our third guest
Teresa Piacentini (Week 3: 6th-10th February)
Teresa Piacentini is a sociologist and activist at the University of Glasgow working on refugee and asylum research in Scotland and Europe. Much of her work since 2000 has focused on experiences of dispersal and settlement in Glasgow and she is currently developing new research in the area of refugee camps and patternings of settlement experiences. She is a Co-Convenor of GRAMNet and Programme Lead for a new Masters Global Migrations and Social Justice launching 2017-2018. Teresa is on Twitter @.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in tweets by our Guests do not necessarily reflect the views of Border Criminologies.