Italy The researchers are listed alphabetically by their first name. Donatella Schmidt, (PhD, Indiana University,US 1991) is a cultural anthropologist with 20 years’experience in migrants and refugees related themes regarding public space, citizenship, identity construction, and food practices. She started the research group FOR (Food and Refugees), is part of the Guarani network in Brazil, and founded a research unit to study the devotion to Saint Anthony of Padua in contemporary settings. Giovanna Palutan (PhD, Università di Genova, Italy 2013) is a cultural anthropologist with 15 years’experience in migrants and refugees related themes regarding public space, citizenship, food practices, identity construction. A member of research group FOR (Food and Refugees) at the University of Padua, she is currently doing fieldwork in Rome hospitality centres for refugees and migrants in transit. Dr. Alice Brombin (PhD in Social Sciences, University of Padua, Italy 2015) is a social anthropologist with a special interest in food sustainability and environmental social movements. She conducted her research in Europe, Latin America and in the US. Among other things, she has published on ecological communities and food self-sufficiency in Mexico and Italy. She is currently doing fieldwork in Padua focusing on successful food entrepreneurship interpreted by refugees.