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The Tunisian diaspora:Between “digital riots” and Web activism
Teresa Graziano graduated in European languages and cultures, and earned a PhD in Geography atthe University o Catania (Italy). Ater research at the University Paris VII-Denis Diderot in Paris, she worked at the Italian permanent delegation o the North-Atlantic Council in Brussels, in addition tobeing invited as academic visitor by the ICT4D Research Group in the Department o Geography o theRoyal Holloway, University o London. She was also a visiting research scholar at the Tic&MigrationsResearch Group o the FMSH, Paris. In addition to working as a journalist in the tourist sector, she worked as an Economic and Political Geography research scholar in the Department o Architecture o the University o Catania rom 2010 to 2012. She is currently collaborating with the chair o Geography o Tourism o the same University. Her main interests include the dynamics o contemporary urbanspaces and the current conguration o migrations in the Mediterranean basin, as well as the study o themost recent tourist practices and patterns. Her latest research ocuses on the new geographies mouldedby the dialectics between real and virtual spaces, particularly with regard to the unprecedented uses o ICTs elaborated by migrants.
Reference to this document
e Tunisian diaspora: Between “digital riots” and Web activism,
e-Diasporas Atlas, April 2012.
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