Portugal | Guinea-Bissau | UK | Italy
Mobility | Labour | Religion
Ambra Formenti is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for Research in Anthropology (CRIA-FCSH/NOVA). She completed her PhD in Anthropology (ICS, University of Lisbon), with a thesis on Guinean Evangelical Christianity in Lisbon. Her current research project explores the recent changes in migration patterns from Portugal to the UK, by comparing the re-migration of Guinean citizens and the new paths Portuguese emigration. Her research interests include mobility, labour and religion in Africa and in the African diaspora. Her work is published in international peer-reviewed journals such as African Diaspora, Pentecostudies, Journal of Religion in Africa and Etnográfica.