SANTI AMANTINI LAURA


Ciclo: 33
Curriculum/Indirizzo: Etico-Politico
Sede: UNIGE
Convenzione: CSP

Tutor: Ottonelli Valeria
Supervisor: Ottonelli Valeria

Email: la.santiamantini@live.it

Progetto: Justice in forced migration: beyond the open borders debate (working title)
Curriculum:

 

Education

2017: MA in Philosophy, University of Turin. Final grade: 110/110 cum laude. Final dissertation in Political Philosophy. Dissetation's title: Ius migrandi e cittadinanza. Movimento, residenza, appartenenza [English title: Ius Migrandi and Citizenship. Movement, Residence, Membership]. Supervisor: Prof. Pier Paolo Portinaro

2017: Certificate of High Qualification, Scuola di Studi Superiori dell'Università di Torino "Ferdinando Rossi" (SSST). Final grade: 70/70 cum laude. 

2014: BA in Philosophy, University of Genoa. Final grade: 110/110 cum laude. Final dissertation in Political Philosophy. Dissetation's title: Giustizia di genere e famiglia [English title: Gender Justice and the Family]. Supervisor: Prof. Valeria Ottonelli

2011: High School Diploma, Liceo Linguistico Internazionale "Grazia Deledda", Genoa, Italy. Final grade 100/100.


Visiting Positions

September 2019 - December 2019: Visiting Ph.D. Student, University of Bristol (UK)

April 2019 - June 2019: Visiting Ph.D. Student at the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford (UK)

January 2016 - June 2016: Erasmus Student at Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens (France).


Talks

2 February 2021, The 2nd Geneva Graduate Conference in Political Theory (held online due to Covid-19 pandemic). Title of the presentation: The Moral Relevance of Forced Migrants Distinctive Needs.

1 February 2021, The Migration Ethics Workshop (online). Title of the presentation: Why are forced migrants special? The distinctive harms of displacement.

22 September 2020, The 18th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy (held online due to Covid-19 pandemic). Title of the presentation: Responsibility for Forced Migrants: A Backwards-looking Approach

10 September 2020, MANCEPT Seminar "Reparations: Past, Present and Future" (held online due to Covid-19 pandemic). Title of the presentation: Reparative Responsibility for the Harms of Forced Migration

23 June 2020, Brave New World - The 24th MANCEPT Graduate Conference (held online due to Covid-19 pandemic). Title of the presentation: Why are forced migrants special? The distinctive harms of displacement

15 June 2020, COST Action (RECAST) Workshop "Migration, Rights and Democracy: Conceptual Reappraisals" (held online due to Covid-19 pandemic). Title of the presentation: Containing Populist Anti-immigrant Sentiments: Is Government’s Action Legitimate?

28 May 2020, The 2nd Amsterdam Graduate Conference in Political Theory (held online due to Covid-19 pandemic). Title of the presentation: Why are forced migrants special? The distinctive harms of displacement

4 June 2019, Global Justice and Populism Workshop, European University Institute, Fiesole, Italy. Title of the presentation: Containing Populist Anti-immigrant Sentiments: Is Government’s Action Legitimate?

21 May 2019, Work in Progress Seminar, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, UK. Title of the presentation: Conceptualisng Forced Migration. Beyond the Open Borders Debate

10 April 2019, Discussant at the Brown Bag Seminar on the manuscript of Owen (2020) What is Owed to Refugees, University of Milan, Italy

19 September 2018, The 16th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy, University of Pavia, Italy. Title of the presentation: Populist Anti-immigrant Sentiments Taken Seriously. A Realistic Approach

31 May 2018, The 4th Annual Conference of the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, UK. Title of the presentation: Populist Anti-immigrant Sentiments Taken Seriously. A Realistic Approach

9 June 2017, The 4th Annual Conference on forced migration organized by Escapes, University of Parma, Italy. Title of the presentation: Diritto di migrare, diritto di restare. Perché la filosofia politica non dovrebbe rinunciare ai concetti di migrazione volontaria e forzata


Pubblicazioni:
  • Journal articles

Santi Amantini, Laura (2020) Counteracting Populist Anti-Immigrant Sentiments: Is Government’s Action Legitimate?. Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric 12/2. Available at: https://www.theglobaljusticenetwork.org/index.php/gjn/article/view/204. 

Santi Amantini, Laura (2018) Diritto di migrare, diritto di restare. Filosofia politica, migrazione volontaria e forzata. La società degli individui 61

  • Blog post

Santi Amantini, Laura (2019) Should States Counteract Anti-Refugee Sentiments? Rethinking Refuge. Available at: https://www.rethinkingrefuge.org/articles/should-states-counteract-anti-refugee-sentiments.