Reimagining Mobilities

Lorenza Villani

She is an architect, researcher and PhD candidate in Sociology and Social Research in the Department of Sociology and Economic Law at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna. She studied at the American University of Beirut (Lebanon) and graduated with full marks and dignity of publication at the Iuav University of Venice with the research project “PANIO. Letture di campi post 11 settembre” (Il Filo di Arianna, 2021) which investigates contemporary securitarian spatialities produced by the proliferation of the state of emergency and exception. She is co-author of “Immune morphologies. Forms of militarisation and alliance in emergency processes” (ABC, 2022). She is part of the Horizon2020 “Perceptions” research team. Her research areas include the social construction of emergency and (in)security in relation to migration phenomena in the new climate regime. She is co-founder of Assembramenti, a digital community that engages in critical debates around spatial discourses and practices in times of overlapping crises.