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Giulia Dugar

Adjunct professor

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Research fellow

Department of Statistical Sciences "Paolo Fortunati"

Teaching tutor

Department of Political and Social Sciences

Academic discipline: SPS/07 General Sociology

Curriculum vitae

Education and Qualifications

2018: Master's Degree on Immigration. Migratory phenomena and social transformations, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy.

2016: Master's Degree on Languages, economics and juridical institutions of Asia -  Japanese curricula, Department of Oriental Languages, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy.

2015-2016: Year exchange on the Overseas project at GSICS (Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies), Kobe University, Japan. JASSO scholarship holder.

2014: Bachelor's degree on Languages, culture, and society of Asia and Mediterranean Africa, Department of Oriental Languages, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy.

2013: Six-month exchange on Erasmus project at Polytechnic Institute Sciences Po Lyon, France.



From 2018, after a traineeship period, the start of collaboration for projects building and management with the research institute of Fondazione Leone Moressa, Venice, Italy.


Conferences and Workshops


  • Participation to ESPAnet 2020 (peer review), at Ca' Foscari University of Venice. Panel: "Le politiche di integrazione dei giovani figli di immigrati: quali pratiche e quali sfide?", presenting "Uneven national implementation of educational policies in Japan and its implications for foreign-citizen and immigrant-origin students".


  • Participation to the SLSA 2019 Conference (peer review), at Leeds University. Stream on Citizenship and welfare, presenting "The Empowerment of immigrants' rights in 21st century Japan: the role of CSOs".
  • Participation to the Mondi Migranti 2019 Conference (peer review), at Università degli Studi di Milano. Stream on Civil society and solidarity with migrants and refugees, presenting "The Empowerment of Local Citizenship in 21st Century Japan - Local practices emerging from the CSOs to ensure rights for newcomer immigrants in the Kōbe Case Study, in light of an Italian comparative perspective".