Research topic: An intersectional analysis of refugee masculinities, understanding men’s risky health behaviours in the context of the refugee experience
Supervisors: Dr Coretta Phillips, Dr Hakan Seckinelgin
Masculinity, Identity politics, Migration, Minority Perspectives, Health, Ethnography, Sexuality, International relations, Human geography, Qualitative research, Globalization and transnationalism, LGBTI, Feminist Theory, Intersections between gender, race, and class, Health inequalities.
Born and Raised in Italy, Marco holds a BSc (First class with honours) in Political Science from Sapienza University of Rome, a Master's degree (with distinction) in International Relations from Luiss-Guido Carli University of Rome and a Master’s degree in Social Policy (Research) from LSE. His professional experience includes four years as senior legislative assistant at the Italian Parliament. He has written for mainstream press such as Huffington Post-Italy.
Contact details: M.Palillo@lse.ac.uk