Nataša Rogelja

Nataša Rogelja studied at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, and received her B.A. degree in Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology and Sociology of Culture in 1998. She completed Ph.D. in Social Anthropology at the Postgraduate School of the Humanities (ISH) in Ljubljana in 2005. In the period 1998-2005 she worked as a junior researcher at ISH at the Centre for Mediterranean Studies. From 2006-2008 she was independent researcher for Humanities at the Slovene Research Agency. Since 2011 she has been working as research fellow at the Slovenian Migration Institute at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts where she deals with lifestyle migrations, women work migraion in Istria and labour migration within EU. Projects: 2015 - Slovene societies in the territory of ex-Yugoslavia 2015 - Posting of Workers 2014-2016 - Etnography of Land and Water Routes. A Comparative Approach to (Im)Mobility 2014 - Istrian Trade Routes in the 20th century 2013 - Women's labor migration in Istria: Past and Present 2011-2013 - Chasing dreams, confronting realities: European Neonomadism in Sahara and the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts 2010 - Training Program for Sustainable development of Rural Areas in NW Croatia ( 2001-2004 - Inventions of national landscapes in the multiethnic region: Istria since the mid-19th century to the present 2002 - Model of computer mediated communication for the purpose of educational and other public institutions in Ljubljana.

Who are the people dwelling in the river canals of Paris? How do they contribute, relate and transform public spaces of Paris by dwelling and moving in open and underground canals of Paris? What is their contribution to the history of the city and how do they relate to the broader picture of...