Advanced training

Advanced Training Courses

Giuliani, Gaia (2018), mentor in lecture at the first INTIMATE Summer School "The Good, The Bad and The Monster", 14-18 May., CES -University of Coimbra (Portugal), CES -University of Coimbra (Portugal).

Giuliani, Gaia (2017), mentor in "Intersectionalities, assemblages, situated knowledges: epistemologies, political projects, and subjectivities", at the Summer School, Racism, Eurocentrism and Political Struggles (3rd edition, 3-9 September), 6 September., CES - University of Coimbra (Portugal), CES - University of Coimbra (Portugal).

Giuliani, Gaia (2017), mentor in Nextgeneration Global Studies' Winter School, 17-20 February., University of Padova (Italy), University of Padova (Italy).

Giuliani, Gaia (2016), mentor in "Beauty, blackness and Italian whiteness", at the Summer School, Racism, Eurocentrism and Political Struggles (2nd edition, 28 August-3 September), CES - University of Coimbra (Portugal), CES.

Giuliani, Gaia (2015), mentor in School for All Seasons: Spaces and Times of Globalization 2015 ( "Illusions of democracy and the media: contested visions and political dynamics" (18-22 May), SOAS (UK), University of Padova, SOAS and Goldsmiths College (University of London) and Small Media.

Ph. D. Theses Supervisions

Ongoing - Ph. D. project co-supervision (with Teresa Cunha) of "Uma hermenêutica ecofeminista das narrativas biográficas de mulheres camponesas no Alentejo (Portugal) e na Bahia (Brasil) ", by the author Luisa de Pinho Valle.

Master Theses Supervisions

2010 - master project supervision of "BA dissertation: "Le donne musulmane, le primavere arabe, il femminismo" as co-supervisor with Prof. Maurizio Ricciardi (ex) Dept. Politica, Istituzioni, Storia, University of Bologna (Italy).", by the author Giulia Fiscato.

Ongoing - master project co-supervision (with prof. Cristina Demaria (University of Bologna)) of ""Paura e orrore della differenza: una prospettiva semiotica e femminista sul genere horror" in Feminist theory and cinema (course: Semiotics, Dept. Philosophy and Communication, University of Bologna)", by the author Mrs Martina Manfreda.