Maddalena Gretel Cammelli is an anthropologist. She obtained her PhD at the École des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris and the University of Bergamo in Italy. She works with the Department of Educational Sciences "Giovanni Maria Bertin" of the University of Bologna. Her research deals mainly with contemporary forms of racism and fascism, migration and integration, social movements and political violence. Her recent publications include Fascisti del terzo millennio. Per un’antropologia di CasaPound (Ombre Corte 2015); Fascism as a style of life. Community life and violence in a neo-fascist movement in Italy (Focaal- Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, 2017); Fascistes du troisième millénaire. Un phénomène italien? (Editions Mimésis, 2017); Per un’etnografia sperimentale: riflessioni a partire dall’esperienza di un’antropologa nell’accoglienza (Antropologia Pubblica, 2017); The legacy of fascism in the present: “third millennium fascists” in Italy (Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 2018).
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