Leonardo Schiocchet

Leonardo Schiocchet has a PhD in anthropology (Boston University, 2011) and a Habilitation in social and cultural anthropology (University of Vienna, 2022). He is a researcher at the Institute for Social Anthropology (ISA) at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), a member of the Refugee Outreach & Research Network (ROR-n), and principal investigator of the FWF project The Austro-Arab Encounter. Since 2005, his work has focused on social belonging processes among Arab forced migrants.

Series Editor: Forced Migration Studies Series

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, European Ethnology, Non-European Ethnology, Sociology, Sociology of Migration, Sociology of Religion

Publications in the Series: Forced Migration Studies Series

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Living in Refuge
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Living in Refuge

Ritualization and Religiosity in a Christian and a Muslim Palestinian Refugee Camp in Lebanon

A striking portrait of Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon that changed greatly since the war in Syria, and about which there is almost no recorded literature.
Embodied Violence and Agency in Refugee Regimes
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Embodied Violence and Agency in Refugee Regimes

Anthropological Perspectives

Multiple refugee regimes govern the lives of forced migrants. Through various ethnographic cases, this book reveals the embodied violence of agency within these regimes.

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