The importance of being accountable in Humanitarian Cooperation Humanitarian Communication Course Guest: Alice BertellaProgram Specialist, UNICEF Chair: Pierluigi Musarò – University of Bologna
Kruno Kardov is Associate professor at the Department of sociology, Faculty of Humanities and SocialSciences, University of Zagreb. Currently he is a visiting scholar at the Faculty of Political and SocialSciences, Scuola Normale Superiore in Florence. He teaches courses on theories of power, socialmovements, and social history of ideas and his research interests focus on […]
As part of the Sociology Week, the Department of Sociology and Economic Law of the University of Bologna, in collaboration with Reimagining Mobilities, hosts the presentation of the monitoring of the climate crisis in the Italian media, created by the Pavia Observatory for Greenpeace Italia .
As part of the Sociology Week, the Department of Sociology and Economic Law, in collaboration with the Centro Astalli Bologna and SconfinaMenti aps, proposes a dialogue on the climate crisis, environmental justice and migration in Senegal. 6.00 pm – Screening of the documentary:Fishing communities’ blues.the impact of the climate crisis in Senegal 6:00 pm Speakers:Elena […]
Book Presentation – Humanitarian Communication Course Guest: Nina HallJohns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Discussants: Augusto Valeriani (University of Bologna)and Annalisa Pelizza (University of Bologna)Chair: Pierluigi Musarò – University of Bologna
Investigating border violence, fostering mobility justice Speaker Lorenzo PezzaniDAR – Università di Bolognaco-founder of Border Forensics Chair: Pierluigi MusaròUniversità di Bologna
Promoting Transcultural Dialogue through Media, Arts and Culture edited by Pierluigi Musarò, Nikos Papastergiadis, Laura Peja
Speaker: Marta VignolaAssociate Professor in Legal Sociology – University of Salento Chair: Pierluigi Musarò – University of Bologna
The seminar aims to investigate mapping as an action capable of bringing out complexity through images, stories and experiences.
Journey and trespassing is dedicated to the themes of travel, the border and the act that transcends it: trespassing, understood as an intellectual and physical practice, and an affirmation of freedom.