How to rethink the public forms of hospitality and face the question of citizenship, in the movement of becoming a foreigner of each of us?
Michel Agier is an anthropologist, directeur d'études at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris and researcher at the Institute of Research for Development (IRD). He works on globalization, migrants and borders since the end of the nineties. He has been a visiting professor at numerous European and American universities. Among his publications: La giungla di Calais. I migranti, la frontiera e il campo (Milano 2018) and, in French, Un monde de camps (Parigi 2014); Anthropologie de la ville (Parigi 2015); Définir les réfugiés (Parigi 2017); L’étranger qui vient. Repenser l’hospitalité (Parigi 2018).