Anna Casaglia is a political geographer with a critical, decolonial and feminist approach. Currently Associate Professor in Political and Economic Geography at the University of Trento, she is interested in bordering processes and migration management, the spatial character of power relations, right-wing populism, and environmental injustice. She published the book “Nicosia beyond partition. Complex geographies of the divided city” and several articles in international geography journals. She is the Vice-President of the Association for Borderland Studies.