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I was born in Crotone and raised in Sant'Anna, in the southeast coastal lowland of Calabria, Italy, until I was 19. Then I went to Bologna where I spent many years. I am now living in London.
I am interested in applying my ethnographic work to philosophical and ethical problems.
I am also interested in transferring anthropology to design, mental health and community art works.
Area(s) of Training
anthropology, applied anthropology, cultural anthropology, ethnography, ethnology, medical anthropology, public health, other
Area(s) of Expertise
socio-cultural anthropology, qualitative research methods, ethnography, anthropology of religion, anthropology of the body, object-oriented research, ethnographic interviewing, narrative, unemployment, work, skills and social suffering.
Most Recent Degree
Current Area of Employment
Anthropology of Religion / Religious Studies (non-confessional study of religion pushing the boundaries of traditional academic disciplines, including anthropology and history, history of art, history of religions, archeology, geography, philosophy and sociology, as well as the intersection between visual studies, body studies, material culture studies, gender studies, medical anthropology, communication studies, art, design, science and technology studies and social theory)
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