Visiting lectures by Professor Stefania Panebianco from the University of Catania, Italy
From 20 to 24 March 2017, the Chair of International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted Stefania Panebianco, a professor of Political Science at the Department of Political Studies at the University of Catania. Within the undergraduate programme of International Relations, she held following lectures: “Italian and EU Attitudes towards Migrants and the 'Migrant Crisis’: us versus them?” within the course International Protection of Minorities; “Domestic and Foreign Influences on Relevant States' Foreign Policies in the Mediterranean migration crisis” within the course Foreign Policy, and “EU v. International organizations and a migrant crisis: who fails and who delivers?” within the course International Organizations.
Professor Panebianco has a PhD in International Relations from the University of Padova, and teaches Mediterranean Politics, Institutions of Global Trade, Security and Migration. Her main research interests are: Mediterranean Migration Crisis, EU Foreign Policies, EU Relations with the Middle East and North Africa. She is a holder of the Jean Monnet Chair EUMedEA (EU Mediterranean Border Crises and European External Action).
Most recent books: Sulle onde del Mediterraneo: cambiamenti globali e risposte alla crisi migratoria (EGEA, 2016), L'Unione Europea 'potenza divisa' nel Mediterraneo (EGEA, Milano, 2012), Winds of Democratic Change in the Mediterranean? Actors, Processes and Outcomes (edited with Rosa Rossi) (Rubbettino, Soveria-Mannelli, 2012).
The guest lectures were conducted as part of Erasmus+ Teaching Mobility co-financed by the EU.
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