This research aims to describe and monitor migration of women seeking international protection and asylum to show the forms of mobility they involve across the border area and the effects of time lived in contact with the asylum and reception devices . The context in which the observation is located is that of the Brenner border and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano: these places are affected by "secondary movements" both from the countries of northern Europe and from the regions within Italy. The reading keys that support the analysis will be foreseen: the first is the one that reads in the peculiar configuration of the recognition system present in Bolzano a category device towards women particularly excluded and ambiguous. The second is that which considers the dimension of time - individual, relational and institutional - as a productive element of surveillance in the experience of research subjects.
|Titolo della tesi:||Percorsi attraverso i confini: un'etnografia delle esperienze delle donne richiedenti protezione internazionale e asilo tra Bolzano e il Brennero|
|Data di discussione:||28-mag-2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Tesi di dottorato|