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may fri 23, 2014 - 5.30 p.m.
piazza del Duomo
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Stefano Rodotà is professor emeritus of Civil Law at the University of Rome. A former president of the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority, he was one of the authors of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights. Rodotà presided over the EU Coordination Group of Trustees for the right to privacy and is a member of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies and the Legal Advisory Board for Market Information of the European Commission. A columnist for the newspaper La Repubblica, his published works include Il terribile diritto (1990), Tecnologie e diritti (1995), Libertà e diritti in Italia (1997), La vita e le regole (2006), Repertorio di fine secolo (1999), Tecnopolitica (2004), Intervista su privacy e libertà (2005), Perché laico (2009), Elogio del moralismo (2011), Il diritto di avere diritti (2012), Iperdemocrazia (2013) and Il mondo nella rete. Quali i diritti, quali i vincoli (2014).


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may fri 23, 2014 - 7.00 p.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
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Luca Scarlini is a playwright and essayist, and enjoys telling stories on stage, often together with singers, actors and other artists. Scarlini teaches at Milan’s European Design Institute and elsewhere in Italy and abroad. He has taken part in many festivals in Italy and in other countries. He regularly contributes to Channel 3 of Italian public radio, to Alias and L’indice dei Libri del mese. His books include: Alfabeto Poli (Einaudi, 2013); La musa inquietante. Il computer e l’immaginario contemporaneo (Cortina, 2001); Equivoci e miraggi. Pratiche d’autobiografia oggi (Rizzoli, 2003); D’Annunzio a Little Italy. Le avventure del Vate nel mondo dell’emigrazione (Donzelli, 2008); Lustrini per il regno dei cieli. Ritratti di evirati cantori (Bollati Boringhieri, 2008); Sacre sfilate. Alta moda in Vaticano, da Pio X a Benedetto XVI (Guanda, 2010); Ladri di immagini (Edizioni Ambiente, 2010); Un paese in ginocchio (Guanda, 2011); Ritratti dimenticati. Profili di scrittori e artisti a Firenze dal mondo (Mauro Pagliai Editore, 2011); Il Natale dei Magi (Einaudi, 2011); La sindrome di Michael Jackson (Bompiani, 2011); Il Caravaggio rubato. Mito e cronaca di un furto (Sellerio, 2012); Siviero contro Hitler. La battaglia per l'arte (Skira, 2014).


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may fri 23, 2014 - 9.15 p.m.
piazza del Duomo
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Alessandro Barbero has obtained a B.A. in Humanities, then a Masters Degree from the Scuola Normale Superiore at Pisa. He is Professor of Medieval History at the University of East Piedmont at Vercelli. He contributes to La Stampa and to TV shows Superquark, aC/dC and Il tempo e la storia. Barbero has written novels and a number of essays in medieval history. In 1995 he published his first historical novel, Bella vita e guerre altrui di Mr. Pyle gentiluomo (Mondadori, 1995) that won him the Premio Strega in 1996. Among his publications are: Storia del Piemonte (Einaudi, 2008), 9 agosto 378. Il giorno dei barbari (2005), La battaglia. Storia di Waterloo (2007), Barbari. Immigrati, profughi, deportati nell’impero romano (2006), Benedette guerre. Crociate e jihad («i Libri del Festival della Mente», 2009), Lepanto. La battaglia dei tre imperi (2010), I prigionieri dei Savoia. La vera storia della congiura di Fenestrelle (2012) all published by Laterza; Gli occhi di Venezia (Mondadori, 2011); Il divano di Istanbul (Sellerio, 2011); Dietro le quinte della Storia. La vita quotidiana attraverso il tempo (with P. Angela, Rizzoli, 2012). For the series «i Libri del Festival della Mente» has published: Donne, madonne, mercanti e cavalieri. Sei storie medievali (Laterza, 2013).


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Lella Costa legge Karen Blixen
may fri 23, 2014 - 9.30 p.m.
teatro Manzoni - Corso Gramsci, 107
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Lella Costa has worked in theatre, cinema, radio and television. She made her debut in 1987 with Adlib, which was followed by Un’altra storia (1998), Precise Parole (2000) and Traviata (2002) directed by Gabriele Vacis; Femminile e singolare. Vedi alla voce poetessa (2010); Alice, una meraviglia di Paese (2005), Amleto (2007), Ragazze, nelle lande scoperchiate del fuori (2009), Arie (2011) e Casomai senza un saluto (2013) directed by Giorgio Gallione. The texts of her theatre plays are included in La daga nel loden (1992), Che faccia fare (1998), In tournée (2002) and Amleto, Alice e la Traviata (2008), published by Feltrinelli. She works for tv, cinema and radio, and has authored La sindrome di Gertrude. Quasi un’autobiografia (with A. Càsoli, Rizzoli, 2009); Come una specie di sorriso (Piemme, 2012). She took part in the tournée Ferite a morte with Serena Dandini and now she is acting in the show Nuda proprietà by Lidia Ravera.

Karen Blixen (1885-1962) was born and died in Denmark. She moved to Africa with her husband, whom she then left after falling in love with an English hunter. She returned to Europe and began publishing under the pen name Isak Dinesen. Her works include Letters from Africa (1981), Seven Gothic Tales (1935), Out of Africa (1938), Anecdotes of Destiny (1958) and many more stories that have inspired great film directors, such as Orson Welles and Sydney Pollack.


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may fri 23, 2014 - 22.30
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
 admission euro 3.00

A writer, journalist, and director of reportages on international politics, Stefano Liberti has published Lo Stivale meticcio. L’immigrazione in Italia oggi (with T. Barrucci, Carocci, 2004), A sud di Lampedusa (2008, Indro Montanelli Award) and Land Grabbing: Journeys in the New Colonialism (2013). His 2010 documentary L’inferno dei bambini stregoni won that year’s Weakest Link Award - TV. He is a recipient of the Marco Luchetta International Press Award and the Guido Carletti Prize for Social Journalism.

A professor of Sociology of Communications, Andrea Segre makes narrative and documentary films for cinema and television. Filmography: South of Lampedusa (2006), The Bad Shadow (2007), Like a Man on Earth (2008), May Things Change (2009), Green Blood (2010), Shun Li and the Poet (2011), First Snowfall (2013) and Indebito (2013). Closed Sea (2012), co-directed with Stefano Liberti, has won numerous awards and honours.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 11.00 a.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
 admission euro 3.00

Enrico Alleva, ethologist, is the director of the department of behavioural Neuroscience at the Istituto Superiore di Sanità and teaches Ethology at the University La Sapienza of Rome. He was the director of Società Italiana odi Etologia and Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn of Naples. He was scholar of Giuseppe Montalenti and Floriano Papi and partner of Rita Levi Montalcini, and he was member of the scientific board of ANPA, WWF, Legambiente, SZN and Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani. His field is behavioural genetics of mammals and the biological role of the “nerve growth factor” in stress. He received the Premio Grassi by Accademia dei Lincei and the Medaglia Anokin by Russian Academy of Medical Science. He has written a lot of articles for important newspapers and he wrote Il Tacchino termostatico. Un etologo e i suoi animali (Costa & Nolan, 1996), Consigli a un giovane etologo (with N. Tiliacos, Franco Muzzio, 2003), La mente animale (Einaudi, 2007).

 


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Matteo Aria , Adriano Favole
may sat 24, 2014 - 11.00 a.m.
piazza dello Spirito Santo
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Matteo Aria teaches Development Anthropology at the University of Florence, African History at Rome’s La Sapienza University and Economic Anthropology at the University of Turin. His research has taken him to Ghana, French Polynesia and New Caledonia for studies on processes of patrimonialisation, passeurs culturels, cultural anthropology and gift giving. His publications include Cercando nel vuoto (2007), Il dono del sangue (with F. Dei and G.L. Mancini, 2008) and La densità delle cose (with A. Pani, 2014).

Adriano Favole is vicedirector for research at the Department of Culture, Politics and Society at Turin University, where he teaches Cultural Anthropology and Culture and power. He presides over the Foundation Ariodante Fabrettiisprofessor of Cultural. He taught at the universities of Milan, Bologna, Genoa, and East Piedmont. He also was Visiting professor at the University of New Caledonia between 2004 and 2007. He conducted most of his field research in the Pacific (Wallis and Futuna, New Caledonia) and has studied Museum Ethnography in the Western Alps. His chief research interests are political anthropology, the anthropology of the body and death, the anthropology of patrimonial assets. He prefers to travel by bike and he went through more than 100 thousand kilometres. He contributes to La lettura of Corriere della Sera. He has written La palma del potere (Il Segnalibro, 2000); Isole nella corrente (La ricerca folklorica, Grafo, 2007); Resti di umanità. Vita sociale del corpo dopo la morte (2003), Oceania. Isole di creatività culturale (2010) published by Laterza. He edited the Italian edition of Per un’antropologia non egemonica. Il Manifesto di Losanna (with F. Saillant, M. Kilani, F. Graezer Bideau, elèuthera, 2012); La bussola dell’antropologo (2015) published by Editori Laterza. He is keen on bicycle racing, still practiced as a hobby.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 12.00
piazza del Duomo
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Remo Bodei tought at the Scuola Normale Superiore and at the University of Pisa and at many american and european universities; now he teaches Philosophy at the University of California. He has worked on utopic thinking, on shapes of temporality in the modern world, and on shapes of memory and of individual and collective identity. Among his books: Una scintilla di fuoco. Invito alla filosofia (Zanichelli, 2005); Piramidi di tempo. Storie e teorie del déjà vu (2006), I sette vizi capitali. Ira (2011) by il Mulino; Paesaggi sublimi. Gli uomini davanti alla natura selvaggia (Bompiani, 2008); I senza Dio. Figure e momenti dell'ateismo (by Gabriella Caramore, Morcelliana, 2009); Destini personali. L'età della colonizzazione delle coscienze (2002), Immaginare altre vite. Realtà, progetti, desideri (2013) by Feltrinelli; Le logiche del delirio (2002), La vita delle cose (2009), Generazioni. Età della vita, età delle cose (2014) by Laterza.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 3.00 p.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
 admission euro 3.00

Mauro Agnoletti is Professor at the Department of Agronomy of the University of Florence. He is director of the Laboratory on Landscape and Cultural Heritage and coordinator of Landscape at the Ministry of Agriculture. He is a consultant to the Council of Europe for the E.U. Landscape Convention, to UNESCO for the World Heritage List, to FAO. He is part of the steering committee of the International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations. He has coordinated the National Catalogue of Historic Rural Landscapes. He is the co-director of the magazine Global Environment and of the book series about environmental history edited by Springer Verlag. He wrote Paesaggi rurali storici. Per un catalogo nazionale (Laterza, 2010).


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may sat 24, 2014 - 4.00 p.m.
piazza del Duomo
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Marco Aime is professor of Cultural Anthropology at the University of Genoa. He has conducted research on the Alps and in West Africa. Aime has authored a number of books: Le radici nella sabbia (EDT, 1999); Il primo libro di antropologia (2008), Il dono al tempo di Internet (with A. Cossetta, 2010), L’altro e l’altrove (with D. Papotti 2012), Contro il razzismo (with G. Barbujani, C. Bartoli, F. Faloppa, 2016) published by Einaudi; Verdi tribù del Nord (Laterza, 2012); Gli specchi di Gulliver (2006), Timbuctu (2008), Il diverso come icona del male (with E. Severino, 2009), Gli uccelli della solitudine (2010), Cultura (2013) published by Bollati Boringhieri; All’Avogadro si cominciava a ottobre (Agenzia X, 2014); La macchia della razza (2012), Etnografia del quotidiano (2014) published by elèuthera; La fatica di diventare grandi. La scomparsa dei riti di passaggio (Einaudi, 2014); Tra i castagni dell'Appennino (2014), Senza sponda (2015) published by Utet.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 5.00 p.m.
sala Maggiore Palazzo Comunale - piazza del Duomo, 1
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Ugo Mattei teaches Civil Law at the University of Turin and International and Comparative Law at the USC Hastings College of the Law. He served as vice-president of the Rodotà Commission for the reform of public goods and was co-editor of referendums on water as a common good, the legal eligibility of which he defended before the Italian Constitutional Court. A columnist for the daily newspaper Il Manifesto, his most recent published work includes: Invertire la rotta. Idee per la riforma della proprietà pubblica (with E. Reviglio and S. Rodotà, 2007), Plunder: When the Rule of Law is Illegal (with L. Nader, 2008), La legge del più forte (2010), L’acqua e i beni comuni raccontati alle ragazze e ai ragazzi (2011), Beni comuni. Un manifesto (2011) and Contro riforme (2013).


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may sat 24, 2014 - 6.30 p.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
 admission euro 3.00

After studying acting at the school of the Teatro di Genova, actor-director Giorgio Scaramuzzino joined the newly formed Compagnia dell'Archivolto (directed by Giorgio Gallione) in 1986, where he now works in its School and Education Department. Besides directing and acting, he also teaches group theatre courses at the University of Genoa, for teachers, educators and librarians. His numerous published works include texts on theatre education and children’s stories. He edited and wrote the preface to Gianni Rodari’s Libri d’oggi per ragazzi d’oggi (2000). Authors who most inspire his theatre work include Gianni Rodari, Stefano Benni, Ian Mc Ewan and Daniel Pennac, whose Reads Like a Novel he successfully adapted for the stage. He has also written plays featuring the character Pimpa, in collaboration with Francesco Tullio Altan.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 6.30 p.m.
piazza del Duomo
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Gustavo Zagrebelsky, a former President of Italy’s Constitutional Court, is professor emeritus at Turin University. He is a member of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. He often contributes editorials to la Repubblica news daily. Following are some of his latest books: La legge e la sua giustizia (Il Mulino, 2008); Questa Repubblica (Le Monnier, 2009); La leggenda del grande inquisitore (Morcelliana, 2009); L'esercizio della democrazia (with G. Napolitano, Codice, 2010); Principi e voti (2005), Imparare democrazia (2007), Intorno alla legge (2009), Sulla lingua del tempo presente (2010), Giuda (by G. Caramore, 2011), Simboli al potere (2012), Fondata sul lavoro (2013), Fondata sulla cultura (2014) by Einaudi; La virtù del dubbio (2007), Contro l'etica della verità (2008), Scambiarsi la veste (2010), La felicità della democrazia (with E. Mauro, 2011), Contro la dittatura del presente (2014) by Laterza.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 9.15 p.m.
piazza del Duomo
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A French economist and philosopher, Serge Latouche is the main proponent of degrowth theory and a staunch critic of the dominant notions of development and economic rationality and efficacy, maintaining that Western society must be emancipated from universal economicism. An objector against growth, and advocate of localism and the dialogue between diverse cultures, he is an illustrator for the magazine La Revue du MAUSS, president of the cultural association La ligne d’horizon, and professor emeritus of Economics at the University of Paris-Sud (Orsay). His published works include L'Invention de l'économie (2005), La fine del sogno occidentale (2010), Le Temps de la décroissance (with D. Harpagès, 2011), Sortir de la société de consommation (2010), Vers une société d'abondance frugale  (2010), De-growth: an electoral stake? (2007), L'âge des limites (2012), Usa e getta (2013), Chroniques d’un objecteur de croissance (2012) and Jacques Ellul contre le totalitarisme technicien (2013). He is also editor of the series “Precursori della decrescita” (“Precursors to Degrowth”) for Italian publishing company Jaca Book.


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may sat 24, 2014 - 9.30 p.m.
teatro Manzoni - Corso Gramsci, 107
 admission euro 7.00

Founded in Rome in 2002, the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio comprises 18 musicians from 10 countries who speak nine different languages. They perform throughout the world and promote the exploration and integration of diverse musical repertoires often unknown to the general public, as a way to also help other foreign musicians who often live at the margins of society. It is the first and only orchestra to have been formed through the self-taxation of various citizens, and has procured jobs and legal documents for musicians of various nationalities living in Italy. In 2006, Agostino Ferrente captured the genesis of the Orchestra and its message of brotherhood and peace in his documentary L’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio. Currently, the Orchestra is on tour with the shows Around the World in 80 Minutes and The Magic Flute. Its latest album is called L’Isola di legno (2013). 


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may sat 24, 2014 - 22.30
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
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A director and screenwriter of narrative and documentary films, Giorgio Diritti also directs for the theatre. He founded and runs the Aura Film School in Ostana with screenwriter Fredo Valla. His feature debut The Wind Blows Round (2005) – with Thierry Toscan, Alessandra Agosti, Dario Anghilante, Giovanni Foresti; written by Valla – picked up numerous international awards and five David di Donatello nominations. Made on a small budget as a unique joint venture with the cast and crew, and through synergies created with the territory, it was hailed as the film phenomenon of the year. His other films include The Man Who Will Come (which triumphed at the 2009 Rome International Film Festival and the 2010 David di Donatello Awards) and There Will Come a Day (2013), starring Jasmine Trinca, a performance awarded with the Silver Ribbon for Best Actress.


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may sun 25, 2014 - 10.30 a.m.
piazza del Duomo
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Luca Serianni is Professor of History of the Italian Language at Rome’s University ‘La Sapienza’. He is a member of the Accademia dei Lincei and the Accademia della Crusca. He holds an honorary PhD from the University of Valladolid, Spain. He is the editor of two journals, Studi linguistici italiani and Studi di lessicografia italiana. He is the vice president of the Società Dante Alighieri. In 1988 he published a widely acclaimed Grammar of the Italian Language that obtained many subsequent editions, he studies a variety of aspects of the Italian language, not only literary, since its origins to the present. Together with M. Trifone he is editing the new edition of the Devoto-Oli Italian vocabulary. His latest books are: Italiani scritti (il Mulino, 2007); La lingua poetica italiana. Grammatica e testi (2009), Scritti sui banchi. L'italiano a scuola tra alunni e insegnanti (with G. Benedetti, 2009) by Carocci; Italiano in prosa (Franco Cesati, 2012); Prima lezione di grammatica (2006), L'ora d'italiano (2010), Leggere, scrivere, argomentare. Prove ragionate di scrittura (2013) by Laterza.


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may sun 25, 2014 - 11.30 a.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
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A French sociologist of international renown, Alain Caillé teaches sociology at the Université Paris X Nanterre. He and Serge Latouche are among the founders and leading figures of the MAUSS movement, whose journal La Revue du MAUSS he founded and edits. In 1989 he published the movement’s manifesto, maintaining that an alternative must be found to the reigning utilitarian paradigm in the social sciences. He has published essays on the importance of the gift economy for the development of human society and collaborated with Jacques Godbout on The World of the Gift (1998), L’Esprit du don (2000), and Il terzo paradigma: antropologia filosofica del dono (1998). His publications include: Splendeurs et misères des sciences sociales (1986), Critique de la raison utilitaire (1991), Critica dell’uomo economico (2009), Pour un manifeste du convivialisme (2013) and the Convivialist Manifesto (May 2014).


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may sun 25, 2014 - 3.00 p.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
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Sociologist Derrick de Kerckhove, a naturalised Canadian of Belgian origin, teaches at the University of Toronto, where from 1983 to 2008 he directed the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology; and at the University of Naples Federico II. A student of Marshall McLuhan, he specialised in the neurosocial and anthropological influences of new technologies and developed the theory of connected intelligence. He has contributed to the international communications journal Mass Media. His published works include Brainframes: Technology, Mind and Business (1991), La civilisation vidéo-chrétienne (1990); The Skin of Culture (1995), The Architecture of Intelligence (2001) and Transpolitica: nuovi rapporti di potere e di sapere (with V. Susca, 2008).


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may sun 25, 2014 - 4.00 p.m.
piazza dello Spirito Santo
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Laura Bosio was born in Vercelli and now lives and works in Milan as an editorial consultant. In 1997 she collaborated on the treatment and screenplay for the film Le acrobate by Silvio Soldini. She was a lecturer in Writing Techniques for the Master in Journalism at the Università Cattolica in Milan, and she is a contributor to the newspaper Avvenire. Her first foray into fiction came with I dimenticati (Feltrinelli, 1993) winning the Bagutta Prize for a first novel. This was followed by Annunciazione (Mondadori, 1997, new edition Longanesi 2008), awarded the Moravia Prize; Le ali ai piedi (2002), Teresina. Storie di un’anima (2004) by Mondadori; Le stagioni dell’acqua (2007, a finalist in Italy’s top literary award, the Strega Prize), Le notti sembravano di luna (2011) by Longanesi; D'amore e di ragione. Donne e spiritualità (Laterza, 2012).


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may sun 25, 2014 - 5.00 p.m.
teatro Bolognini - Via del Presto, 5
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Chiara Saraceno was a former research professor at Berlin’s Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung (Scientific Center for Social Research) and has taught Sociology of the family at Turin University. She was a member of the Investigative Committee on Poverty and Social Exclusion in Italy, which she then chaired from 1998 to 2001. She is honorary fellow of the Collegio Carlo Alberto of Turin and she regularly contributes to the newsdaily la Repubblica.She has conducted research on family, gender and generation relations, social policies, and poverty. On the latter subject, she has produced two reports, both published by Il Mulino: Povertà e benessere. Geografia delle disuguaglianze in Italia (2007, with A. Brandolini) and Dimensioni della disuguaglianza in Italia, povertà, abitazione, salute (2009, with A. Brandolini, A. Schizzerotto). Among her other publications are: I nuovi poveri (with P. Dovis, Codice Edizioni, 2011); Cittadini a metà (Rizzoli, 2012); Coppie e famiglie (Feltrinelli, 2012); Eredità (Rosenberg & Sellier, 2013); Sociologia della famiglia (with M. Naldini, 2007 and 2013), Onora il padre e la madre (with G. Laras, 2010), Conciliare famiglia e lavoro (with M. Naldini, 2011), Il welfare (2013), Stranieri e disuguali (with N. Sartor, G. Sciortino, 2013), all published by Il Mulino.


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Roberto Vecchioni , Marco Aime
may sun 25, 2014 - 6.30 p.m.
piazza del Duomo
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Roberto Vecchioni studied Ancient Literature at Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart; taught Latin and Ancient Greek in secondary schools for over 30 years; and taught and continues to teach at various universities in Italy and abroad. He began working with many established musicians in the 1960s and in 1971 released his debut album, Parabola. Widespread success came in 1977 with Samarcanda. His many albums include: Luci a San Siro (1980), Il Contastorie (2005), Di rabbia e di stelle (2007), In Cantus (2009), Chiamami ancora amore (2011), I colori del buio (2011) and Io non appartengo più (2013). A winner of prestigious awards and honours, he has written numerous books and essays, among them the collection of poetry Di sogni e d’amore (2007), Viaggi del tempo immobile (1996), Le parole non le portano le cicogne (2000), Parole e canzoni (2002), Il libraio di Selinunte (2004), the anthology of fairy tales Diario di un gatto con gli stivali (2006) and Scacco a Dio (2009).

Marco Aime is professor of Cultural Anthropology at the University of Genoa. He has conducted research on the Alps and in West Africa. Aime has authored a number of books: Le radici nella sabbia (EDT, 1999); Il primo libro di antropologia (2008), Il dono al tempo di Internet (with A. Cossetta, 2010), L’altro e l’altrove (with D. Papotti 2012), Contro il razzismo (with G. Barbujani, C. Bartoli, F. Faloppa, 2016) published by Einaudi; Verdi tribù del Nord (Laterza, 2012); Gli specchi di Gulliver (2006), Timbuctu (2008), Il diverso come icona del male (with E. Severino, 2009), Gli uccelli della solitudine (2010), Cultura (2013) published by Bollati Boringhieri; All’Avogadro si cominciava a ottobre (Agenzia X, 2014); La macchia della razza (2012), Etnografia del quotidiano (2014) published by elèuthera; La fatica di diventare grandi. La scomparsa dei riti di passaggio (Einaudi, 2014); Tra i castagni dell'Appennino (2014), Senza sponda (2015) published by Utet.


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