Milena Marchesi is a PhD candidate in the Anthropology Department. Her research interests lie at the intersections of the anthropology of reproduction, biopolitics, migration, and neoliberalism. She is writing her dissertation, titled Reproducing Italians, Remaking the Social: Biopolitics and Social Cohesion in Neoliberal Times, which is based on multi-sited ethnographic research conducted in Milan in 2006-2007with funding from a Wenner-Gren Foundation Dissertation Fieldwork Grant. Her most recent publication (2012), titled “Reproducing Italians: Contested Biopolitics in the Age of ‘Replacement Anxiety,’” was published as part of a special issue she co-edited for the journal Anthropology & Medicine.
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