- Professor of Sociology.
- Faculty of Political and Social Sciences.
- Catholic University of the Sacred Hearth, Milan, Italy
- Full profile.
Professor Marco Caselli was the RN15 co-ordinator from 2017-2019 alongside Peter Holley. They focused on “Global, Transnational and Cosmopolitan Sociology. More information can be found here.
Most relevant publications:
M. Caselli, “Let Us Help Them at Home”: Policies and Misunderstandings on Migrant Flows Across the Mediterranean Border, in ‘Journal of International Migration and Integration’, 20, 2019, pp. 983-993M.
Caselli & G. Gilardoni (eds), Globalization, Supranational Dynamics and Local Experiences, Cham, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, pp. ix, 361M.
Caselli, Measuring the Integration of Immigrants: Critical notes from an Italian experience, in ‘International Migration’, Vol. 53, 4, 2015, pp. 107-119P.
Martens, M. Caselli, P. De Lombaerde, L. Figge & J.A. Scholte, New Directions in Globalization Indices, in ‘Globalizations’, 12(2), 2015, pp. 217-228M.
Caselli, Nation States, Cities, and People: Alternative Ways to Measure Globalization, in ‘Sage Open’, 3, 2013, pp. 1-8M.
Caselli, Transnationalism and co-development. Peruvian associations in Lombardy, in ‘Migration and Development’, 1(2), 2012, pp. 295-311 M.
Caselli, Trying to Measure Globalization. Experiences, Critical Issues and Perspectives, Dordrecht, Springer, 2012, pp. ix, 139M.
Caselli, Transnational Lives? The Case of Peruvians in Milan, in Barrie Axford & Richard Huggins (eds), Cultures and / of Globalization, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011, pp. 218-235M.
Caselli, Integration, Participation, Identity: Immigrant Associations in the Province of Milan, in ‘International Migration’, Vol. 48, 2, 2010, pp. 58-78M.
Caselli, The Role of Civil Society in the Construction and Life of the European Union, in Josef Langer (ed.), Forces Shaping the EU, Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 2008, pp.201-213M.
Caselli, Measuring… What? Notes on Some Globalization Indices, in ‘Globalizations’, Vol. 5, 3, 2008, pp. 383-404M. Monaci & M.
Caselli, Blurred discourses: how market isomorphism constrains and enables collective action in civil society, in ‘Global Networks: a journal of transnational affairs’, Vol. 5, 1, 2005, pp.49-67M.
Monaci, M. Magatti & M. Caselli, Network, exposure and rhetoric: Italian occupational fields and heterogeneity in constructing the globalized self, in ‘Global Networks: a journal of transnational affairs’, Vol. 3, 4, 2003, pp.457-480