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Leslie HernandezLeslie Hernandez (1)

PhD Università di Torino (Italy)
Her work explores the relationship between cultural memory and the mobility of diasporic bodies with specific reference to the case of the migrations from Peru. Addressing questions of cultural hybridization her work focuses on the intersection between visuality and memory as a space able to disclose new figurations of the colonial past and of pre-Columbian cosmographies.
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Graziella BonanseaGraziella Bonansea (1)

PhD Université Paris VII (France)
Her research interests focus on representations of bodies, memory and identity at the intersection between art, literature and social change and on transcultural processes at work in intergenerational transmission.
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Gabriele ProglioGabriele Proglio (3)

PhD Università di Torino (Italy)
He is carrying out life-interviews to persons having various relationships with the Horn of Africa. In particular, he is interested in problematizing the role of memory and visuality in the Somali, Ethiopian, Eritrean's diasporic context, giving attention to the relevance of the colonial past and postcolonial conditions in the process of remember.
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Luisa PasseriniLuisa Passerini (5)

ERC Director, Professor at Columbia University and EUI
Her research deals with the impact of migration on the memory of European colonialisms and on new forms of European identity, in particular engaging with contributions from visual arts and educational and pedagogical patterns.
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Liliana EllenaLiliana Ellena (2)

PhD Università di Torino (Italy)
Her research draws on visual narratives in order to map out the reworking of the idea of “archive” in the field of contemporary art. By looking in particular to archiving practices addressing the visual archive her work aims to offer new insights into the performativity of postcolonial European memory.
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Milica TrakilovićMilica Trakilović (3)

Milica Trakilović is a cum laude graduate of the Research Master Programme Gender and Ethnicity at Utrecht University, where she is currently teaching in the Department of Media and Culture Studies/Graduate Gender Programme. Her research interests are focused on visual culture, feminist art practice, postcolonial configurations, and postsocialist transitions.
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Fabrice DuboscFabrice Dubosc (1)

Fabrice Olivier Dubosc, si è formato come psicologo analista. Oltre alla pratica clinica si occupa di formazione e progetti per migranti e richiedenti asilo. È autore di diversi libri sul dialogo interculturale. La sua ricerca al confine tra più discipline si interroga oggi sulle possibili forme di una psicologia postcoloniale. Su questo tema ha pubblicato Quel che resta del mondo - psiche, nuda vita e questione migrante (Ma.Gi., 2011). Approdi e Naufragi - lavoro del lutto e resistenza culturale (Moretti e Vitali, 2016) Insieme a Nijmi Edres ha curato il Piccolo Lessico del Grande Esodo (Minimum Fax, 2017).

Iris van HuisIris van Huis (1)

Iris van Huis is a PhD candidate at the Nijmegen School of Management, Department of Political Science at Radboud University Nijmegen. Her research and teaching experience are in migration, gender studies (with a focus on masculinities), visual studies, social interventions and urban sociology.
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Giada GiustettoGiada Giustetto (3)

University Degree in Cultural Studies, Università di Torino (Italy)
She works as a Project Manager and Instructor in several education and training programs conducted with adolescents, students and migrants. Her research within the Babe Project is carried out in several fieldworks aimed to collect visual and oral records produced by migrant people in Italian educational contexts. One of her major interests is the analysis of gender issues in a transcultural perspective.
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