List of Publications

[Many of these publications are available for download on my Academia.edu profile]

Books

Bloch, A, Sigona, N, Zetter, R (2014) Sans Papiers: The economic and social lives of young undocumented migrants. London, Pluto Press

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. Loescher, G, Long, K and Sigona, N (2014) (eds) The Oxford Handbook on Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Oxford: OUP

Sigona, N. and Trehan, N. (eds) (2009) Romani politics in Europe: Poverty, Ethnic Marginalisation and the Neoliberal Order, Palgrave.

Sigona, N. and Monasta, L. (2006) Cittadinanze Imperfette. Rapporto sulla discriminazione razziale di rom e sinti in Italia. Santa Maria Capua Vetere: Edizioni Spartaco

Griffiths, D., Sigona, N. and Zetter, R. (2005) Refugee Community Organisations and Dispersal: Networks, Resources and Social Capital, Bristol, Policy Press.

Sigona, N (2002) Figli del ghetto. Gli italiani, i campi nomadi e l’invenzione degli zingari, Civezzano (TN): Nonluoghi

Journal editorship

Berg, M. L., Gidley, B. and Sigona, N. (eds) (2013) Identities. Global studies in culture and power, special issue on ‘Ethnography, diversity and the urban space’, 20 (4).

Sigona, N. and Vermeersch, P. (eds) (2012) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, special issue on ‘The Roma in the new EU: polices, frames and everyday experiences’, 38 (8).

Clough Marinaro, I. and Sigona, N. (eds) (2011) Journal of Modern Italian Studies, special issue on ‘Anti-Gypsyism and the politics of exclusion: Roma and Sinti in contemporary Italy’, 16 (5).

Sigona, N. (2006) Studi Emigrazione, special issue on ‘Rifugio Europa? Europe Land of Asylum?’, XLIII, 162

Journal articles

Sigona, N (2014) ‘Campzenship: Reimagining the camp as a social and political space’, Citizenship Studies, doi: 10.1080/13621025.2014.937643

Berg, M. L., and Sigona, N. (2013) ‘Ethnography, diversity and urban space‘, Identities, 20 (4).

Sigona, N. (2012) ‘In between competing imagineries of statehood: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians leadership in newly independent Kosovo‘, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38 (8).

Sigona, N. (2012) ‘Globalisation, rights and the non-citizen‘, Sociology, 46 (5): 982-988

Sigona, N. (2012) ”I’ve too much baggage': the impact of legal status on the social worlds of irregular migrants’, Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale, 20 (1): 50-65

Sigona, N. (2011) ‘The governance of Romani people in Italy: discourse, policy and practice’, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 16 (5): 590-616.

Sigona, N. (2011) ‘L’Union européenne et les Roms: pauvreté, haine anti-Tziganes et gouvernance de la mobilité’, Cultures et Conflits, 81-82: 213-222.

Bloch, A., Sigona, N. and Zetter, R. (2011) ‘Migration routes and strategies of young undocumented migrants in England: a qualitative perspective’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, First published: 22 March 2011

Sigona, N. and Trehan, N. (2011) ‘Néolibéralisme et antitsiganisme: le suspens du rêve européen’, Lignes, n.34.

Bravi, L. and Sigona, N. (2007) ‘Educazione e rieducazione nei campi per ‘nomadi’ in Italia: una storia’, Studi Emigrazione/Migration Studies, XLIII (164): pp. 857-874

Sigona, N. (2006) ‘L’integrazione e i rifugiati: retoriche, politiche e prassi nell’Unione Europea’, Studi Emigrazione/Migration Studies, XLIII, 162, 309-321

Sigona, N. (2005) ‘Refugee Integration(s): Policy and Practice in the European Union’, Refugee Survey Quarterly, 24: 115-122

Sigona, N. (2005) ‘Identitade, estereótipos e políticas. O caso dos Rom na Italia’, Travessia: Revista Do Migrante, 18(51): 34-38

Sigona, N. (2005) ‘Locating the ‘Gypsy problem’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 31(4): 741-756

Sigona, N (2003) ‘How can a ‘nomad’ be a refugee? Kosovo Roma and labelling policy in Italy’, Sociology, 37 (1): 69-80

Sigona, N (2001) “Nomadi”, Meridione, 1 (1), 130-159

Zetter, R.,  Griffiths, D. and Sigona, N. (2005) ‘Social Capital or Social Exclusion? The Impact of Asylum Seeker Dispersal on Refugee Community Organisations’, Community Development Journal, 40 (2): 169-181

Chapters in Books

Sigona, N. (2014b) ‘The politics of refugee voices: Memories, narratives and representations of forced migration’, in The Oxford Handbook on Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, OUP.

Sigona, N. and Trehan, N. (2011) ‘The (re)criminalization of Roma communities in a neoliberal Europe’, Palidda, S. (ed) Racial criminalization of migrants in the 21st century, Ashgate

Sigona, N. (2010) ‘‘Via gli zingari dall’Italia [Gypsies out of Italy)!’: social exclusion and racial discrimination of Roma and Sinti in Italy’ in Mammone, A. and Veltri, G. (eds) Italy today: the sick man of Europe, Routledge.

Sigona, N. (2009) ‘I rom nell’Europa neoliberale’ in Palidda, S. (ed) Razzismo democratico, Agenzia X, pp.54-65 (Translated in French and Spanish).

Bravi, L. and Sigona, N. (2009) ‘Rom e Sinti in Italia: permanenze e migrazioni’, Storia d’Italia – Annali 24: Migrazioni, Einaudi, pp. 183-198.

Sigona, N. (2007) ‘Lo scandalo dell’alterità: Rom e Sinti in Italia’ in Bragato and Menetto (eds) E per patria una lingua segreta, Venezia: nuovadimensione: 17-32

Zetter, R., Sigona, N., Griffiths, D. (2006) Immigration, social cohesion and social capital. What are the links? York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Sigona, N. (2005) ‘Italia: un ‘quasi sistema’ di accoglienza’ in D’Angelo A., Ricci, A. (eds.) Diritti Rifugiati in Europa. Politiche e prassi di integrazione dei rifugiati, Roma: RelazionInternazionali: 141-154

Sigona, N. (2005)I confini del “problema zingari”: rom e sinti nei campi nomadi d’Italia’ in Colombo, A. and Caponio, T., Migrazioni globali, integrazioni locali, Bologna: il mulino: 267-293

Sigona, N. (2004) ‘Identità contese: i romá kossovari tra Kossovo e Italia’ in C. Saletti Salza and L. Piasere (eds) Italia Romaní IV. La diaspora dei rom dell’ex-Jugoslavia, Roma: CISU: 17-35

Research monographs, review essays and other research-based outputs

Allsopp, J., Sigona, N. and Phillimore, J. (2014) ‘Poverty among refugees and asylum seekers in the UK’, IRiS WP Series, 01/14.

Barret, J. and Sigona, N. (2014) ‘The citizen and the other: New directions in research on the migration and citizenship nexus’, Migration Studies, 2(2): 286-294

Sigona, N. (2012) ‘Deportation, non-deportability and precarious lives’, Anthropology Today, 28 (5): 22-23

Sigona, N. and Hughes, V. (2012) No way out, no way in: Irregular migrant children and families in the UK, Oxford: COMPAS.

Sigona, N. (2011) ‘Irregular migrant children and public policy’, Policy Primer Series, Oxford, The Migration Observatory

Sigona, N. and Hughes, V. (2010) ‘Being children and undocumented: a background paper’, COMPAS WP n.78.

Bloch, A., Sigona, N. and Zetter, R. (2009) ‘No right to dream’: the social and economic lives of young undocumented migrants in Britain, London: Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

Sigona, N. (2008) ‘Il nemico pubblico n.1?’ Reset, n.107, May-June 2008

Sigona, N. (ed) (2008) The latest public enemy: the case of the Romanian Roma in Italy, OSCE/ODHIR

Sigona, N. and Torre, A. R. (2006) Positive contributions: Being a refugee in Britain, London:  Refugee Housing Association

Sigona, N. (2006) (ed) Political participation and media representation of Roma and Sinti in Italy. Report commissioned by OSCE/ODIHR

Zetter, R., Griffiths, D. and Sigona, N. (2002) Survey of Policy and Practice on Refugee Integration, European Refugee Fund.