Flora Burchianti is a postdoctoral research fellow at the GRITIMUPF. She completed her PhD at Sciences Po Bordeaux (CNRSSPIRIT) on local policies and contention about the settlement of undocumented immigrants in France and Spain. She graduated from Sciences Po Bordeaux and got her MA in 2003 on social movements in defence of Kurdish asylum seekers’ legalization in the city of Bordeaux. She was assistant on a research project on utilitarianism and immigration in Southern Europe and is currently a research assistant at the ACCEPT PLURALISM project. Her main research interests focus on social movements and undocumented migration.
•(with X. Itçina) ‘Local Authorities and Interfaith Dialogue in Spain’, in H. Skard, J. Palard et al. (eds), Gods in the City. Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue at Local Level, (Council of Europe, 2007), 98-126.
•‘La fresa amarga: Mobilisations autour des persecutions rencontrees par les travailleuses agricoles saisonnieres etrangeres dans la province de Huelva’ in Freedman J., Valluy J. (eds), Persécution des femmes. Savoirs, mobilisations et protections, (Ed. du Croquant (coll. Terra), 2007)