Dr. Sandra Gil Araujo (CONICET)

Dr. Sandra Gil Araujo, CONICET, Argentina

Dr. Sandra Gil Araujo

Dr. Sandra Gil Araujo

Sandra Gil Araujo holds a Phd in Sociology (Complutense University of Madrid). She is a CONICET Research Fellow at he Gino Germani Research Institute, Faculty of Social Science, University of Buenos Aires.
She is a Founder Member of the Migrant Researcher Interdisciplinary Group.
Research project:
Migration Policies, Family Transnationalism and Civic Stratification. Latinoamerian Migration to Spain,
(funded by the  Spanish Ministery of Science and Innovation, National Plan I+D+I).
Recent publications
  • Gil Araujo, Sandra (2010) Las argucias de la integración. Políticas migratorias, construcción nacional y cuestión social, IEPALA, Madrid.





  • Gil Araujo, Sandra (2011) “Deslocalizar los muros de Europa. Los países de origen y tránsito de inmigrantes en el control migratorio de la Unión Europea”  Temas de Antropología y Migración, nº 2, diciembre.  http://www.migrantropologia.com.ar/


  • Gil Araujo, Sandra (2011)  “Migraciones internacionales, políticas públicas y construcción nacional. Apuntes sobre las políticas de integración de inmigrantes en Europa”, Pizarro, Cynthia (ed.) Migraciones internacionales contemporáneas: estudios para el debate, CiCCUS, Buenos Aires.


  • Gil Araujo, Sandra (2011) “Reinventing Europe’s Borders. Delocalization and Externalization of the EU Migration Control through the involvement of Third Countries”, Baumann, Mechthild et al (eds.) Crossing and Controlling Borders. Immigration Policies and their Impact on Migrants’ Journeys, Budrich University Press,  Opladen. 


  • Gil Araujo, Sandra (2010) “Coloniality of Power, Ethnic Affinity and Migration Policies. The Spanish Case”, Gutiérrez, E.;  Boatca, M. and Costa, S. (eds.) Decolonising European Sociology. Transdisciplinary Approaches, Ashgate.





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