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2013. Second-Generation Transnationalism and Roots Migration. Cross-Border Lives. Aldershot: Ashgate.
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2017 'Migrant belonging, social location and the neighbourhood: Recent migrants in East London and Birmingham', Urban Studies.
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2017 'Pioneer migrants and their social relations in super-diverse London', Ethnic and Racial Studies.
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2014. 'Being open, but sometimes closed'. Conviviality in a super-diverse London neighbourhood. European Journal of Cultural Studies 17:392-405.
2013. Commonplace Diversity and the ‘Ethos of mixing’: perceptions of Difference in a London Neighbourhood. Identities. Global Studies in Culture and Power 20:407-22.
2010. Local Attachments and Transnational Everyday Lives: Second-generation Italians in Switzerland. Global Networks 10:365-82.
2008. Culturalist discourses on inclusion and exclusion: the Swiss citizenship debate. Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale 16:187-202.
2007. 'Roots-Migrants': Transnationalism and 'Return' among Second-generation Italians in Switzerland. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 33:1083-102.
2007. Sushi-eating secondos and Casual Latins. Political movements and the emergence of a Latino counter-culture among second-generation Italians in Switzerland. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 28(3), 345-360.
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2010. State-Imposed Translocalism and the Dream of Returning. Italian Migrants in Switzerland. In L. Baldassar & D. R. Gabaccia (Eds.), Intimacy and Italian Migration. Gender and Domestic Lives in a Mobile World (pp. 157-169). New York: Fordham University Press.
2008. Italian Families in Switzerland. Sites of Belonging or Golden Cages? In R. Grillo (Ed.), The Family in Question. Immigrant and Ethnic Minorities in Multicultural Europe (pp. 205-224). Amsterdam Amsterdam University Press.
2007. Who do you hang out with? Patterns of peer group association, cultural assertion and detachment among second-generation Italians in Switzerland. In T. Geisen & C. Riegel (Eds.), Jugend, Migration und Zugehörigkeit. Subjektpositionierungen im Kontext von Jugendkultur, Ethnizitäts- und Geschlechterkonstruktionen (pp. 111-127). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.
2015. 'All the people speak bad English': Coping with language differences in a super-diverse context. IRiS Working Paper, 9.
2014. Researching social relations in super-diverse neighbourhoods: Mapping the field. IRiS Working Paper, 2.
2008. Negotiating Italianità: Ethnicity and Peer-Group Formation among Transnational Second-Generation Italians in Switzerland. Working Paper No 48, Sussex Centre for Migration Research.
2009. Local Attachments and Transnational Everyday Lives: Second-generation Italians in Switzerland and in Italy. Working Paper WP 09-07, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.
2010. Commonplace Diversity: Social Interactions in a Super-diverse Context. Working Paper of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (WP 10-11).