Marco Antonsich is a senior lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Loughborough. His work lies at the intersection between territory, power, and identity. More specifically, throughout his research career, he has explored three themes: the production of Western geopolitical discourses; the relationship between territory and identity in the age of globalization at multiple scales (local, regional, national, and European); and, more recently, how togetherness in diversity is theorized and lived within contemporary multicultural societies. Hi current research project on New Italians is available here: http://newitalians.eu/ Funded by various institutions (U.S. National Science Foundation; NATO and Italian National Research Council; CIMO-Finland; and the European Commission), his work has appeared in leading academic journals: journals: Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Political Geography, Progress in Human Geography, and Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers among others. He holds a PhD in Political Geography from the University of Trieste, Italy and a PhD in Geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.