The University of Genova (UNIGE) is one of the most ancient of the European large universities, with more than 1.300 faculty members distributed over five Schools (Math, Physics and Natural Sciences, Medical Sciences, Polytechnic, Social Sciences, Humanities) and a multidisciplinary teaching offer to more than 30,000 students, and nearly 2,000 international students.
Staff teachers and researchers for the DIALOGOS Team are the following:
PhD, research fellow in Philosophy and Sociology of Law at the Department of Law of the University of Genoa, where he is lecturer in Legal Clinic on migration and international protection. He has been appointed by UNHCR as expert in international protection and human rights at the Genoa Territorial Commission. His research interests include: RSDP, administrative detention, cybersecurity.
Emilio Di Maria
(MD, PhD) – Associate Professor of Medical Genetics at the Department of Health Sciences, University of Genoa, Italy.
Psychologist and post-doc researcher at the Department of Educational Sciences. She holds a PhD in Social Sciences (focus on Migration and Intercultural Processes) from the University of Genoa. Her research interests include the perception of psychological well-being and intercultural processes and relations in different life and community contexts.
Phd, post-doc researcher at the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures.Department Modern of Languages and Cultures.
PhD in Interpreting and Cultures. Lecturer in Spanish Language and Translation at the Department of Educational Sciences.