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Annalisa Pelizza

Professoressa ordinaria

Dipartimento di Filosofia e Comunicazione



Coordinamento del progetto: Processing Citizenship: Digital registration of migrants as co-production of citizens, territory and Europe.

Ruolo editoriale nella rivista «Tecnoscienza. Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies»

Van Rossem Wouter, Pelizza Annalisa, The Ontology Explorer: A method to make visible data infrastructures for population management, «BIG DATA & SOCIETY», 2022, 9, pp. 1 - 18 [articolo]Open Access

Pelizza, Annalisa, Recensione a: Digital sociology: The reinvention of social research, «INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION & SOCIETY», 2021, 24, pp. 1057 - 1058 [recensione]

Pelizza Annalisa, Identification as translation: The art of choosing the right spokespersons at the securitized border, «SOCIAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE», 2021, da definire, pp. 1 - 25 [articolo]

Ruolo editoriale nella rivista «Science, Technology, & Human Values»

Annalisa Pelizza, Wouter R. Van Rossem, Sensing European Alterity. An analogy between sensors and Hotspots in transnational security networks, in: Sensing In/Security. Sensors as Transnational Security Infrastructures, Manchester, Mattering Press, 2021, pp. 262 - 286 [capitolo di libro]

Olivieri Lorenzo, Pelizza Annalisa, The Ambivalence of Platforms: Between Surveillance and Resistance in the Management of Vulnerable Populations, «TECNOSCIENZA», 2021, 12, pp. 99 - 106 [articolo]

Pelizza Annalisa, Milan Stefania, Lausberg Yoren, The Dilemma of Undocumented Migrants’ Visibility to COVID-19 Counting, in: COVID-19 from the Margins: Pandemic Invisibilities, Policies and Resistance in the Datafied Society, Amsterdam, Institute of Network Cultures, 2021, pp. 70 - 78 [capitolo di libro]Open Access

Lausberg Yoren, Pelizza Annalisa, Thinking with maintenance and repair to account for obduracy of macro-orders: The case of informational migration management in Europe, «TECNOSCIENZA», 2021, 12, pp. 189 - 209 [articolo]Open Access

Pelizza Annalisa, Towards a sociomaterial approach to inter-organizational boundaries. How information systems elicit relevant knowledge in government outsourcing, «JOURNAL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY», 2021, 36, pp. 94 - 108 [articolo]

Pelizza, Annalisa; Milan, Stefania; Lausberg, Yoren, Understanding migrants in COVID-19 counting: Rethinking the data-(in)visibility nexus, «DATA & POLICY», 2021, 3, pp. 1 - 13 [articolo]Open Access

Pelizza, Annalisa, Blame is in the Eye of the Beholder: Beyond an ethics of hubris and shame in the time of COVID-19, «HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL MISINFORMATION REVIEW», 2020, 1, pp. 1 - 4 [articolo]Open Access

Pelizza Annalisa, Lausberg Yoren, Milan Stefania, Come rendere visibili i migranti nei dati della pandemia, «INTERNAZIONALE», 2020, 1358, pp. 1 - 11 [articolo]

Milan Stefania, Pelizza Annalisa, Lausberg Yoren, Making migrants visible to COVID-19 counting: the dilemma, «Open Democracy», 2020, elettronico, pp. 1 - 11 [articolo]