Erin Kitchens (3283)

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The Way in Which Interactions Between Locals and Asylum Seekers in Siena, Italy Impacts their Personhood.

Hometown: Beaverdam, Virginia

Department: Anthropology

Advisor: Andrea Wright


My research explores experiences of asylum seekers in Italy through ethnographic research. Italy is the most widely used entry for migrants into Europe. This mass influx of immigrants, along with the rise of right wing and nationalist groups in Italy, has created a tension between the Italian people and the immigrants. I aim understand the ways in which these two groups interact, and the treatment given to immigrants by Italians, as well as the effect of this treatment on migrants themselves.

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