Juan Iglesias is an Associate Professor of Sociology and International Migration at Comillas University of Madrid (Spain). He has been Director of the Forced Migration and Refugee Chair of Comillas University (Spain) and Director of the journal “Migraciones” (Q1 Scopus). He holds a PhD in Sociology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). He was awarded a postgraduate course in Development Economics from the Department of International Economics and development of UCM. His main areas of interest are contemporary international migration, social integration of Latin American immigrants, poverty and class and race inequalities. He has been a visiting professor at the Oxford Department of International Development and Latin American Centre, St Antony’s College at the University of Oxford and the School of Social Work at Boston College.
His most Recent Publications are: J. Iglesias et al. 2022 To the South, always to the South. Factors Shaping Refugee’s Socio-Economic Integration in Spain. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, DOI: 10.1080/15562948.2022.2042636; J. Iglesias, A. Ares, L. Rodríguez et al. 2021 Lo que esconde el sosiego. Prejuicio étnico y relaciones de convivencia entre nativos e inmigrantes en Barrios Populares. FOESSA, Madrid J. Iglesias, A. Rúa, A. Ares 2020 Un arraigo sobre el alambre. La integración social de la Población de Origen Inmigrante en España. FOESSA, Madrid.