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Alessia Belli
Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa Read More ...
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LUISS Guido Carli, Rome Read More ...
 
 
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This series is based on an ongoing research project about how young Muslim Women in Italy​ ​​construct their identities. The first part of the project ​analysed how young Muslim women, “daughters of ​m​igration”, combine gender and religion in their individual and collective self-understandings.The results are collected in the book ​G​iovani Musulmane in Italia - Percorsi biografici e pratiche quotidiane​, (Il Mulino, 2015). The second phase of the project concentrates on the young women’s political agency, ​exploring their different approaches to political activism and citizenship.

 
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WORKSHOP - Qualitative Interviews as a Research Tool (NYU Florence students only)
April 12, 6:00 p.m., Villa Sassetti

Alessia Belli and Debora Spini will discuss the specific challenges of qualitative interviews as a tool of social inquiry, highlighting elements such as narrativity, self-understanding, and reflexivity.
Alessia Belli, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa
Debora Spini, New York University Florence and Forum per i problemi della pace e della guerra 

DIALOGUE -  Daughters of Migration: A Dialogue with Young Muslim Women
April 26, 6:00 p.m., Villa Sassetti 
Starting from an analysis of the biographical narratives of young women of Moroccan, Bengalese and Pakistani origin born and/or raised in Italy, the panelists will discuss issues surrounding Islam in Italy, the second generation, transnationalism and gender roles. They will focus specifically on the agency of young ‘women of immigration’ in their public and private lives and their contributions to the transformation of Islam in the West.
Renata Pepicelli, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome
Debora Spini, New York University Florence and Forum per i problemi della pace e della guerra

 
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Students Are Invited to Respond Creatively to Villa La Pietra's Acton Collection as part of this Spring's 'Picturing Women' project
As part of the Picturing Women: Constructions of Gender in the Acton
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