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JCU Authors Bibliography

Isabella Clough Marinaro

Publications

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2019. “Informality and the Neo-Ghetto: Modulating Power Through Roma Camps.” In Class, Ethnicity and State in the Polarized Metropolis: Putting Wacquant to Work, edited by John Flint and Ryan Powell, 159–85. Cham: Springer International Publishing. 

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2018. “Salvaging Rome. Roma Waste Traders and the City’s «garbage Crisis».” Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa, no. 1, January-April: 11–32.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2017. “The Informal Faces of the (neo-)ghetto: State Confinement, Formalization and Multidimensional Informalities in Italy’s Roma Camps.” International Sociology

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2016. “Loan-Sharking in a Time of Crisis: Lessons from Rome’s Illegal Credit Market.” Trends in Organized Crime, no. 3: 1–20.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2015. “The Rise of Italy’s Neo-Ghettos.Journal of Urban History 41 (3): 368–387.

Bermann, Karen, and Isabella Clough Marinaro. 2014. “‘We Work It Out:’ Roma Settlements in Rome and the Limits of Do-It-Yourself.” Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability 7 (4): 399–413. doi:10.1080/17549175.2014.952321.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2014a. “Rome’s ‘Legal’ Camps for Roma: The Construction of New Spaces of Informality.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies 19 (5): 541–555. doi:10.1080/1354571X.2014.962254.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2014b. “Sporco zingaro: I rom e l’integrità del corpo della nazione.” In Italia postcoloniale, 91–106. Firenze: Le Monnier.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Ulderico Daniele. 2014a. “Evicting Rome’s Undesiderables: Two Short Tales.” In Global Rome: Changing Faces of the Eternal City, edited by Isabella Clough Marinaro and Bjørn Thomassen, 114–128. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Ulderico Daniele. 2014b. “A Failed Roma Revolution: Conflict, Fragmentation and Status Quo Maintenance in Rome.” Ethnicities 14 (6): 775–792.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Bjørn Thomassen, eds. 2014. Global Rome: Changing Faces of the Eternal City. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and James Walston, eds. 2012. “The 150th Anniversary of Italian Unification (Part II).” Special issue, Bulletin of Italian Politics 4 (1). 

Bermann, Karen, and Isabella Clough Marinaro. 2011. “Exclusivity and Exclusion: Roma Camps and the ‘Degypsification’ of the Roman Urbs.” Public 43: 62–75.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Ulderico Daniele. 2011. “Roma and Humanitarianism in the Eternal City.” In Anti-Gypsyism and the Politics of Exclusion: Roma and Sinti in Contemporary Italy,” ed. Isabella Clough Marinaro and Nando Sigona, special issue, Journal of Modern Italian Studies 16 (5): 621–636. doi:10.1080/1354571X.2011.622470.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Nando Sigona, eds. 2011a. “Anti-Gypsyism and the Politics of Exclusion: Roma and Sinti in Contemporary Italy.” Special issue, Journal of Modern Italian Studies 16 (5). 

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Nando Sigona. 2011b. “Introduction: Anti-Gypsyism and the Politics of Exclusion: Roma and Sinti in Contemporary Italy.” In "Anti–Gypsyism and the Politics of Exclusion: Roma and Sinti in Contemporary Italy," ed. Isabella Clough Marinaro and Nando Sigona, special issue, Journal of Modern Italian Studies 16 (5): 583–589. doi:10.1080/1354571X.2011.622467.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and James Walston, eds. 2011. “The 150th Anniversary of Italian Unification.” Special issue, Bulletin of Italian Politics 3 (2). 

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2009. “Between Surveillance and Exile: Biopolitics and the Roma in Italy.” Bulletin of Italian Politics 1 (2): 265–87.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and James Walston. 2010a. “Italy’s Second Generations: The Sons and Daughters of Migrants.” In “Italy’s Second Generations: The Sons and Daughters of Migrants,” ed. Isabella Clough Marinaro and James Walston, special issue, Bulletin of Italian Politics 2 (1): 5–19.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and James Walston, eds. 2010b. “Italy’s Second Generations: The Sons and Daughters of Migrants.” Special issue, Bulletin of Italian Politics 2 (1). 

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2008. “The Rom Community in Italy: A Self-Marginalising Minority?Processi Storici e Politiche di Pace 2 (4): 149–171.

Clough Marinaro, Isabella. 2003. “Integration or Marginalization? The Failures of Social Policy for the Roma in Rome.” Modern Italy 8 (2): 203–218. doi:10.1080/1353294032000131247.