Amadasi Sara and Baraldi Claudio (2022). The child as a medium. Breakdown and possible resurgence of children’s agency in the era of pandemicChildhood. May 2022. doi:10.1177/09075682221098156

Amadasi Sara and Holliday Adrian (2022). The Yin-Yang Relationship Between Essentialist and Non-essentialist Discourses Related to the Participation of Children of Migrants, and Its Implication for How to Research. Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, nr 4 (182)/2021.

Amadasi Sara and Ballestri Chiara (2022). Representations of Integration, Cultural Differences and the Intercultural in Questionnaires Collected with Professionals and Parents. Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, nr 4 (182)/2021.

Amadasi Sara (2021). La rilevanza delle narrazioni e dei posizionamenti nello studio dell’interculturaleCulture e Studi del Sociale, 6(1), 83-92. 

Amadasi Sara (2021) Facilitare l’ambivalenza: narrazioni di identità transnazionali. In Raccontare storie personali in classe: Dalla ricerca all’innovazione educativa a cura di Claudio Baraldi, Federico Farini, Vittorio Iervese, pp. 166-186, Franco Angeli.

Amadasi Sara (2021) Narrazioni e posizionamenti nella costruzione della diversità culturale. In C. Baraldi, F. Farini, V. Iervese (eds.) Raccontare storie personali in classe: Dalla ricerca all’innovazione educativa, pp. 187-207, Franco Angeli

Baraldi Claudio and Amadasi Sara (2021), Il bambino come medium. La crisi e la possibile ripresa della partecipazione dei bambini nell’era della pandemia, in Porro, C. A., Faloni, P. (eds.), Emergenza COVID: impatto e prospettive: Prassi sociale e teoria giuridica, collana, pp. 113-132.

Holliday Adrian and Amadasi Sara (2020). Making sense of the intercultural: finding deCentred threads. London: Routledge.

Amadasi Sara and Baraldi Claudio (2020). Facilitare la narrazione di culture di bambini migranti. Mondi Migranti, 2/2020, pp. 203-226. 

Amadasi Sara (2020). “He was as if on the moon”. The relevance of narratives told by teachers in the understanding of transnational experiences lived by childrenItalian Journal of Sociology of Education, 12(1), 226-248.

Amadasi Sara (2019). Transnational mobility and education continuity in Italian compulsory schools teachers’ narratives on children’s transnational experiences. In Claudia Maier-Höfer (ed) Die Vielfalt der Kindheit(en) und die Rechte der Kinder in der Gegenwart. Praxisfragen und Forschung im Kontext gesellschaftlicher Herausforderungen, pp. 65-78, Springer VS, Wiesbaden. 

Amadasi Sara (2018). Children playing with narratives. The relevance of interaction and positioning in the study of children’s transnational journeys. In Urszula Markowska-Manista (ed) Children and Youth in varied socio-cultural context. Theory, research, praxis, pp. 148-167, under the UNESCO patronage series: “Development and Social Adaptation of Children and Youth”.

Amadasi Sara and Iervese Vittorio (2018). The right to be transnational. Narratives and positionings of children with migration background in Italy. In Theorizing Childhood: Citizenship, Rights and Participationa cura di Claudio Baraldi & Tom Cockburn, pp: 239-262Palgrave Macmillan. 

Amadasi Sara and Holliday Adrian (2018). ‘I already have a culture.’ Negotiating competing grand and personal narratives in interview conversations with new study abroad arrivalsLanguage and Intercultural Communication, 18 (2), 241-256.

Amadasi Sara and Holliday Adrian (2017). Block and thread intercultural narratives and positioning: Conversations with newly arrived postgraduate students. Language and Intercultural Communication, 17(3), 254–269.

Amadasi Sara (2016). Children and transnational identities in the context of compulsory schooling. Methodological notes from research conducted in Parma and Reggio Emilia/Italy. In Angewandte Kindheitswissenschaften: Eine Einführung in das Paradigma, a cura di Claudia Maier-Höfer, pp. 209–232, Heidelberg: Springer

Amadasi Sara (2014). Beyond belonging. How migrant children actively construct their cul-tural identities in the interaction. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies, IXX, 1/2014.