Concurrent Associate Professor, Keough School of Global Affairs; Faculty Fellow, Kellogg, Kroc, and Nanovic Institutes
Research InterestsRefugee mobility, human rights, and antiracist democratic engagements, particularly in the Euro-Mediterranean region
Related Courses TaughtGlobal Migrations; Identity, Pluralism, and Democracy; Race, Ethnicity, and Power
Maurizio Albahari (Ph.D., UC Irvine) is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, where he also serves as concurrent Associate Professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs, and as Faculty Fellow at the Kellogg, Kroc, and Nanovic Institutes.
He is the author of the books Crimes of Peace: Mediterranean Migrations at the World’s Deadliest Border (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015) and Tra la Guerra e il Mare: Democrazia Migrante e Crimini di Pace (Manifestolibri, Italy, 2017).
His research and teaching focus on refugee mobility, human rights, and antiracist democratic engagements, particularly in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Related articles and editorials have appeared in interdisciplinary and news media venues including the Journal on Migration and Human Security, Social Research, Humanity, Anthropology Today, Anthropology News, Anthropological Quarterly, openDemocracy, Fox News, and CNN.
In 2017, Albahari joined the Ethics Advisory Board of the transnational digital project "Deathscapes: Mapping Race and Violence in Settler States."