Fellow of The Higher Education Academy UK
PhD - Sociology and Criminology - Middlesex University:
MSc - Sociology - London School of Economics (LSE).
BA - Philosophy - Milan University
Italian (first language) and English
Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Sociology and Former Programme Leader of the BA Sociology
Globalisation, Social Movements and Protest, Populism, Social Policy, Political and Organised Violence, Interpersonal Violence, Political Sociology and Political Science, Criminological Theories.
International Migration, Migration Policy, Migrant Activism and Participation, Migration and Citizenship, Social Movements, Populism and Far Right, Urban Conflicts, Social Policy
Montagna, Nicola (2023) The two emergencies of migrant-related policies in Italy during the first wave of COVID-19: The spread of the virus and the workforce shortages. Journal of International Migration and Integration . ISSN 1488-3473 (Published online first)
Montagna, Nicola (2023) For a new Sociology of Social love. The American Sociologist . ISSN 0003-1232 (Published online first)
Montagna, Nicola (2023) Quarantine ships as spaces of bordering: The securitization of migration policy in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Migration Review . ISSN 0197-9183 (Published online first)
Montagna, Nicola (2022) Non solo il Mediterraneo: sbarchi di migranti e politiche dei confini lungo la rotta della Manica. In: MigraReport 2022. Migrazioni e migranti vittime delle guerre. Vita & Pensiero.
Della Puppa, Francesco and Montagna, Nicola and Kofman, Eleonore (2021) Onward migration and intra‐European mobilities: a critical and theoretical overview. International Migration , 59 (6). pp. 16-28. ISSN 0020-7985
BSA (British Sociological Association)
AIS (Associazione Italian di Sociologia)
CCRC (Crime and Conflict Research Centre, Middlesex University London)
SPRC (Social Policy Reserach Centre, Middlesex University London)
Member of the Scientific Committee of CIRMIB (Center for Initiatives and Research on Migration, Catholic University, Brescia)