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Alessia Passarelli


Alessia Passarelli is a researcher in socio-anthropological sciences. Her research areas include the intertwining of migration, religion and integration studies. She holds a PhD in Sociology from Trinity College Dublin (2015). She is an affiliated researcher at the Foundation for Religious Studies – Fscire (Bologna) where she works on the European project “the Atlas of Religious or Belief Minorities Rights in European Countries”. She also collaborates with the University of Edinburgh in the research project “Public Theology in the Post-Migrant Society”, with Centro Studi Confronti (Rome) and the Federation of Evangelical Churches in Italy. Among her latest publications: Negotiating Gendered Religious Experiences among Multicultural Protestant Churches in Italy, in E. Gallo e F. Scrinzi (a cura di), Gender, Religion and Migration. Special Issue, «Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa», Il Mulino, (2021). D. Jackson, A. Passarelli (eds.), Mapping Migration, Mapping Churches’ Responses. Being Church Together, Brussels-Geneva, Churches Commission for Migrants in Europe/World Council of Churches, 2021.