Antonio Maria Pusceddu
Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Antonio Maria Pusceddu holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Siena. His research activities focus on the anthropology of borders in the Southern Balkans. He has carried out extensive ethnographic fieldwork on the Nortwest Greek frontier and is currently engaged in a research on migration and religious identities on the Southern Albanian frontier. Pusceddu has con-tributed in his field of research with several publications among which Border (hi)stories. Literacy and the making of history in an Epirote village, in Vassilis Nitsiakos et al. (eds.), Balkan Border Crossings. First Annual of the Konitsa Summer School, LIT, Munster, 2008, pp. 392-412; Pellegrinaggi di frontiera. Pratiche interconfessionali, mobilità e confini etnici nell’Albania meridionale, in Dionigi Albera – Melissa Blanchard (cur.), Pellegrini del nuovo millennio: aspetti economici e politici delle mobilità religiose, Mesogea, Messina, (forthcoming).