No dia 20 de fevereiro, pelas 11h, o LIFE Seminars contará com a participação de Sveva Magaraggia, University of Milano-Bicocca (Itália).
Aim of this seminar is to share methodological reflections and some preliminary analysis of the 5 years long qualitative longitudinal research “ITA.LI – Italian Lives”. The research, directed by Carmen Leccardi, Sveva Magaraggia and Ilenya Camozzi, is promoted by the Department of Sociology and Social Research of the University of Milano-Bicocca and aims at offering an analysis of the life trajectories of young men and women in the context of the contemporary transition to adulthood and its transformations.
How can we study the ways in which young men and women deal with transitions that are increasingly not only time-delayed, but in a sense suspended?
Sveva Magaraggia, Associate Professor at the University of Milan-Bicocca (Department of Sociology and Social Sciences), holds an MA in Women’s Studies & Research Training (University of Lancaster UK – 2004) and a PhD in Applied Sociology and Research Methods (University of Milan-Bicocca – 2008).
Currently she is part of the Inter-University Centre for Gender Studies “Culture di Genere”, University of Milan-Bicocca. In 2015 she was awarded with a DAAD Scholarship and conducted research in Frankfurt, Germany, on “gender relations and parenthood”. Same theme was researched in 2012 in Sydney, Australia, where she was awarded with the “Endeavour Research Fellowship” (Australian Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations).