Obtained a doctorate from the IUAV University of Venice with a thesis entitled “Governing Global Frontiers: land grabs, agroindustry and pastoral communities in Senegal.” She has several research experiences in Italy, Central America and Sub-Saharan Africa where she worked on environmental conflicts, extractivism and agricultural development policies from a political ecology perspective that declines Marxian theory, feminst and decolonial approaches. She currently researcher associate at the University of Pisa. Her interests concern the relations between capital and nature and the processes of resistance, participation and transformation involving human and extrahuman natures in the context of the environmental crisis, with particular attention to the issue of environmental-labor struggles. She is currently coordinating the research-project titled: Digital food and Just transition. Sustainability and labour in agriculture 4.0.