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Federico Oliveri

Research Fellow in Legal and Political Theory, University of Pisa

Federico Oliveri is Research Fellow in Legal and Political Theory at the “Sciences for Peace” Interdisciplinary Centre, University of Pisa. His main research interests are: theories of justice and human rights applied to borders, immigration and citizenship, contemporary forms of racism and labour exploitation, legal remedies for exploited workers especially those with a migration background, migrant struggles. His last publications in English include: “Racialization and counter-racialization in the crisis: taking migrant struggles in Italy as a critical standpoint on race”, in Ethnic and Racial Studies (2018); “Freedom of movement and dignity at work: from revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt to migrant struggles in the Euro-Mediterranean space”, in Migration in the Western Mediterranean: space, mobility and borders (Routledge, 2017). He is also managing editor of “Scienza e Pace – Science and Peace”, the online and open access journal of the “Sciences for Peace” Interdisciplinary Centre and co-editor of “Scienza & Pace Magazine”.


  • –present
    Research Fellow, University of Pisa