Stefano Gulmanelli

Sessional Instructor
location_on AnSo-3108

Research Area

About

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology and International Relations, University of South Australia, 2014
M.A. equivalent in Economic Sciences, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 1984
Scientific Liceum, Liceo Scientifico Maria Luigia, Parma, Italy, 1973-1978

 

Fields of Interest

Stefano’s main research interests are located at the intersection of two distinct yet inter-related areas; the first one explores the nexus between group/cultural identities, intercultural relations, policies/modes of incorporation in migrants-receiving societies; the second examines how the interplay between worldviews/cultural perspectives and the dimension of national identity exert influence on nation-states’ understanding of their interests and international projections.


Research

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology and International Relations, University of South Australia, 2014
M.A. equivalent in Economic Sciences, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 1984
Scientific Liceum, Liceo Scientifico Maria Luigia, Parma, Italy, 1973-1978

 

Fields of Interest

Stefano’s main research interests are located at the intersection of two distinct yet inter-related areas; the first one explores the nexus between group/cultural identities, intercultural relations, policies/modes of incorporation in migrants-receiving societies; the second examines how the interplay between worldviews/cultural perspectives and the dimension of national identity exert influence on nation-states’ understanding of their interests and international projections.


Additional Description

Sessional Faculty


Stefano Gulmanelli

Sessional Instructor
location_on AnSo-3108

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology and International Relations, University of South Australia, 2014
M.A. equivalent in Economic Sciences, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 1984
Scientific Liceum, Liceo Scientifico Maria Luigia, Parma, Italy, 1973-1978

 

Fields of Interest

Stefano’s main research interests are located at the intersection of two distinct yet inter-related areas; the first one explores the nexus between group/cultural identities, intercultural relations, policies/modes of incorporation in migrants-receiving societies; the second examines how the interplay between worldviews/cultural perspectives and the dimension of national identity exert influence on nation-states’ understanding of their interests and international projections.

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology and International Relations, University of South Australia, 2014
M.A. equivalent in Economic Sciences, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 1984
Scientific Liceum, Liceo Scientifico Maria Luigia, Parma, Italy, 1973-1978

 

Fields of Interest

Stefano’s main research interests are located at the intersection of two distinct yet inter-related areas; the first one explores the nexus between group/cultural identities, intercultural relations, policies/modes of incorporation in migrants-receiving societies; the second examines how the interplay between worldviews/cultural perspectives and the dimension of national identity exert influence on nation-states’ understanding of their interests and international projections.

Sessional Faculty

Stefano Gulmanelli

Sessional Instructor
location_on AnSo-3108

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology and International Relations, University of South Australia, 2014
M.A. equivalent in Economic Sciences, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 1984
Scientific Liceum, Liceo Scientifico Maria Luigia, Parma, Italy, 1973-1978

 

Fields of Interest

Stefano’s main research interests are located at the intersection of two distinct yet inter-related areas; the first one explores the nexus between group/cultural identities, intercultural relations, policies/modes of incorporation in migrants-receiving societies; the second examines how the interplay between worldviews/cultural perspectives and the dimension of national identity exert influence on nation-states’ understanding of their interests and international projections.

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology and International Relations, University of South Australia, 2014
M.A. equivalent in Economic Sciences, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 1984
Scientific Liceum, Liceo Scientifico Maria Luigia, Parma, Italy, 1973-1978

 

Fields of Interest

Stefano’s main research interests are located at the intersection of two distinct yet inter-related areas; the first one explores the nexus between group/cultural identities, intercultural relations, policies/modes of incorporation in migrants-receiving societies; the second examines how the interplay between worldviews/cultural perspectives and the dimension of national identity exert influence on nation-states’ understanding of their interests and international projections.

Sessional Faculty