Personen

Dr. Veronica Ferreri

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Telefon: +49-(0)30-80307-113
Regionaler Schwerpunkt: Arabische Welt, insbesondere Syrien
Dr. Veronica Ferreri
Dr. Veronica Ferreri

Positions

2018
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient
2015 - 2017
Graduate Teaching Assistant at SOAS, University of London

Degree/ Education

2018
PhD in Politics, SOAS - University of London
2011 - 2012
MA in Migration and Diaspora Studies, SOAS - University of London
2008 - 2011
MA in “Southwest Asia: language, culture and institutions”, Cà Foscari University, Venice
2009 - 2010
Research-oriented programme in Arabic. Institut Francais du Proche-Orient in association (IFPO), Damascus. Advanced Level
2004 - 2008
BA in Arabic language and Anthropology, University of Genoa, Genoa

Publications

Book Reviews

“A Review of Heather Johnson’s Borders, Asylum and Global Non-Citizenship. The Other Side of the Fence”. Nordic Journal of Migration Research 2016:1, pp.69-70.

“Review of Anna Tuckett’s Rules, Paper and Status: Migrants and Precarious Bureaucracy in Contemporary Italy”. AllegraLaboratory [under revision]

Talks

12/03/2019
“Tasharrud as a State of Permanent Loss“, Tufts University, Boston
26/10/2018
“Tasharrud as a State of Permanent Loss“, Forum “Revisiting Archive in the Aftermath of Revolution”. Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, Berlin.
06/12/2017
“Fear, Apathy and the New Order of Things. Displaced Syrians and the Reconfiguration of the Asylum Regime in Lebanon”. Seminar Series, Centre for Diaspora and Migration Studies, SOAS - University of London
29/11/2016
“Ordering the Syrian Displacement: Dispossession and the Power of Documents”. Graduate Migration Research Seminar Series. University of Cambridge.

Teaching Activities

2015 - 2017
Graduate Teaching Assistant. Dept. of Politics, SOAS

Awards

2015 - 2016
Bucerius PhD Fellowship, Trajectories of Change Programme. Die Zeit Stiftung.
2014
Doctoral Research Fellowship, Orient-Institut Beirut - Max Weber Stiftung.

Memberships

  • Middle East Studies Association

Languages

  • Italian: native speaker
  • English: full fluency
  • Arabic: advanced level
  • German: basic