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Annalisa Furia

Professoressa associata

Dipartimento di Beni Culturali

Settore scientifico disciplinare: SPS/02 STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE POLITICHE

Coordinatrice del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in International cooperation on human rights and intercultural heritage


Ultime tesi seguite dal docente

Tesi di Laurea Magistrale

  • "Európa szívében" . Migration and the role of the Third Sector in Hungary
  • A Humanitarian Genealogy of the Refugee Camp: Case Studies from the Balkan Route in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • A study of the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians through the lens of Critical Whiteness Studies.
  • Child Sexual Exploitation in Cambodia The National and International Causes
  • Dall'umanitarismo all'"humanitarian-development nexus": storia, significato e ruolo dell'umanitarismo nelle relazioni tra Stati
  • L’evoluzione del discorso giornalistico italiano sulle migrazioni: un’analisi qualitativa critica in chiave foucaultiana .
  • La cura migrante. Migrazioni, dinamiche di genere e pratiche di cura.
  • La schiavitù: dalle origini alle forme contemporanee
  • Migration and asylum in the Republic of Cyprus and the impact of the Cyprus problem
  • Museums as places of integration: theoretical perspectives and good practices
  • Sexual exploitation within migration: reflections and good practices in preventing trafficking and protecting migrants .
  • Suspended Lives: being unaccompanied foreign minors in Italy
  • The criminalization of homosexuality in Tunisia: research on the level of risk and the coping strategies of the LGBT community in the country
  • The migrant as a political agent: alternative narratives to understand the present.
  • The Stolen Innocence of Working Children in Brazil: A Case Study of Emancipatory Education in the Favela of Vila Prudente, São Paulo.
  • Trafficking in human beings within migration processes – A presentation of good practices of social protection in transit and destination countries. Examples from Italy and Germany.