Nico Pizzolato is a Senior Lecturer in Global Labour Studies at Middlesex University. Historian by training, his research has focused on comparative and transnational studies of labour migration and political protest at the intersection with race, ethnicity, citizenship. He is the author of Challenging Global Capitalism: Labor migration, radical struggle and urban change in Detroit and Turin (Palgrave, 2013), co-editor of Antonio Gramsci: A Pedagogy to Change the World (Springer, 2017) and of numerous articles appeared in international journals such the American Historical Review, Labor History, the International Review of Social History and Studies in Higher Education. He is now writing a book on unfree labour in twentieth century United States. Nico runs writing workshops for professional and research students.
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