Glenda Garelli is a research associate at Queen Mary, University of London and adjunct professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her single and co-authored work appeared in "Materiali Foucaultiani," "Environment and Planning D: Society and Space," "Postcolonial Studies,” “Cultural Studies," and "Etnografia." With Martina Tazzioli, she co-authored Tunisia as a Revolutionized Space of Migration (2016). She is currently working on a book manuscript drawing from her dissertation The Humanitarian Frontier in the Mediterranean. Border Work and the Right to Presence.
Published in: Mediterranean journeys in hopeWarfare on the logistics of migrant movements: EU and NATO military operations in the Mediterranean
Operations in the Mediterranean are billed as either humanitarian or necessary to prevent human trafficking, however...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The EU hotspot approach at Lampedusa
The hotspot works as a preemptive frontier, with the double goal of blocking migrants at Europe’s southern borders,...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Mediterranean migration crisis: transit points, enduring struggles
The fracturing demands a rethink of the terms usually employed for describing migration movements, such as ‘route’...