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Federico Alagna

Professore a contratto

Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali

Tutor didattico

Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali


Alagna, F. (forthcoming). “Italy: Between the Mediterranean and Schengen”, in Beatriz Zepeda, Fernando Carrión and Francisco Enríquez (eds.). Latin America's Global Border System: An Introduction, New York: Routledge.


Alagna, F. (forthcoming). “Understanding the complexity of migrant smuggling: The ‘smuggling spectrum’ as comprehensive analytical framework”. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies.


Alagna, F. (2020). “In the city, at the border. Movement and grassroots initiatives during the pandemic”. Mínim Report Series, 1, Mínim – Municipalist Observatory with Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung – Madrid Liaison Office, October.


Alagna, F. (2020). Shifting governance: Making policies against migrant smuggling across the EU, Italy and Sicily. Doctoral thesis.


Alagna, F. (2020). “From Sophia to Irini: EU Mediterranean Policies and the Urgency of ‘Doing Something’”. IAI Commentaries, 20/32, Istituto Affari Internazionali, May 2020.


Alagna, F. (2017). “La cuestión fronteriza en Italia: entre el Mediterráneo y Schengen”, in Beatriz Zepeda, Fernando Carrión and Francisco Enríquez (eds.). El sistema fronterizo global en América Latina: un estado del arte. Quito: FLACSO Sede Guatemala, FLACSO Sede Ecuador, IDRC – CDRI, 295–328.


Sferlazza, O. and Alagna, F. (2017). “Legal Developments in the Field of Confiscation of Assets of Criminal Groups: An Overview of the Italian Legal System”, in Benno Plassmann and Tobias Scholz (eds.). The Potential of Civil Society Re-Use of Buildings Confiscated from Criminals. Berlin: Echolot, 32–37.


Alagna, F. (2015). “Non-Conviction Based Confiscation: Why the EU Directive Is a Missed Opportunity”. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 21(4), 447–461.

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