Peer reviewed journals’ articles
2019 ‘The man with the leaking bucket. Ethnography, journalism and the quest for the transformative self’, Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies (accepted).
2018 ‘Football fandom in Italy and beyond’, book review, Soccer&Society, vol. 19 (2).
2017 ‘Inclusive sport or institutional discrimination? New FIFA regulations, organized football and migrant youth in Italy’, Sport in Society, vol. 20 (7).
2016 ‘Transcultural Football. Trajectories of belonging among black immigrant youth’, Soccer&Society, vol.17 (6).
Books and book chapters
2019 Youth sport, migration and culture. Two football teams and the changing face of Ireland, Routledge (book).
2018 ‘Challenges and gifts: visual research with teenagers in the multi-ethnic city’. In Crawford, P. and Ragazzi, R. (eds) Perceiving Children: Media, Education and Museum in an Anthropological Perspective, Intervention Press (DK) (book chapter).
2017 ‘Tackling racism and discrimination in grassroots sport: the case of football’, in D. Hassan and C. Acton (eds), Sport and contested identities, Routledge (book chapter).
2016 The Balotelli Generation. Issues of inclusion and belonging in Italian football and society, Peter Lang (book).
2014 ‘A Team like no “Other”. The racialised position of Insaka in Irish Schoolboy Football’, in D. Hassan (ed.) Ethnicity and Race in Association Football: Case Study analyses in Europe, Africa and the USA, London: Routledge (book chapter).
2019 ‘Who plays the game? The multiplication of media-sport events and the appropriation of childhood’, Football Collective Blog. https://footballcollective.org.uk/2019/08/06/who-plays-the-game-the-multiplication-of-media-sport-events-and-the-appropriation-of-childhood/
‘The contradictions of international sport: vehicle of nationalism or embodiment of cosmopolitanism?’, Discover Society.https://discoversociety.org/2018/03/06/the-contradictions-of-international-sport-vehicle-of-nationalism-or-embodiment-of-cosmopolitanism/
‘The refugee Olympic team, simply an illusion of inclusion?’, Open Democracy