Dimitris is a Senior Researcher and Temporary Lecturer at the Department of Social Policy at Panteion University (http://socialpolicy.panteion.gr/en/people/parsanoglou). He holds a DEA and a PhD in Sociology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris. He has been working as a sociologist in several research projects for several research institutions and NGOs, in the framework of national and European projects. He has coordinated, as Senior researcher of the Centre for Gender Studies of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, the FP7 project “MIG@NET: Transnational Digital Networks, Migration and Gender”, and he has taught Sociology at the Department of Philosophy and Social Studies of the University of Crete. He was a Post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Peloponnese, in the framework of the ARISTEIA project “Migration Management and International Organizations: A history of the establishment of the International Organization for Migration”. He has worked on the HORIZON 2020 project “NEGOTIATE – Negotiating early job-insecurity and labour market exclusion in Europe”. He is currently coordinating the project “Beyond the ‘refugee crisis’: investigating patterns of integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Greece” (BRECht), which is funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation, and he is teaching gender studies at the Department of Social Policy of the Panteion University. He is a member of the national research team in the ERASMUS+ project EUROGRADUATE, of the national research project “Investigating patterns of labour market precarity and insecurity” and participates in the “ΗΑRΜΟΝΙΑ: School-to-work transition in a comparative perspective” project (funded by the Polish National Research Center). His main research interests include history and sociology of immigration to Greece with a special emphasis on employment, urban space, gender and migration policies; he has published extensively on these issues in scientific journals, such as Socioanthropologie, Critical Sociology, Journal of Migration History, Citizenship Studies etc. He is co-author of the published book Mobile Commons, Migrant Digitalities and the Right to the City (Palgrave, 2015).