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Marina Calloni


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Stanza: Edificio U7 - III piano - stanza 342
Telefono: +39 02 6448 7585
Fax: +39 02 6448 7561
Email: marina.calloni@unimib.it
Sito web: pragsia.sociologia.unimib.it ----- http://www.edvitaly-project.unimib.it/
Ruolo: 1. Docenti e Ricercatori di ruolo
Qualifica: Professore Ordinario
Uffici di dipartimento: Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale
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MARINA  CALLONI
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Prof. Marina Calloni
Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca
Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale
Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, 8
I - 20126 Milano (Italy)
Tel: +39 - 02 – 6448 7524
Fax: +39 – 02 – 6448 7505
Email: marina.calloni@unimib.it
 

Marina Calloni: since 2002 is full professor in social and political philosophy at the Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Milano-Bicocca in Milan (winner of a national competition intended to reverse the brain drain of Italian scholars abroad).

After a laurea (MA) in Philosophy at the University of Milan, she received a Ph.D. in Philosophy at the University of Pavia, and a Ph.D. in Social and Political Science at the European University Institute in Florence.
She was a research fellow at the University of Frankfurt (working by Jürgen Habermas) and for six years senior researcher at the Gender Institute of the London School of Economics and Political Science in London.
She was temporary professor at the universities of Bremen (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Lugano (Switzerland), Hannover (Germany), Kurume (Japan); Erasmus professor at the universities of Lødź (Poland), Frankfurt (Germany), Cork (Ireland), Bucharest (Romania).
She lectured and gave presentations in various countries, among others in: Antwerp (The Netherland), Astana (Kazahstan), Athens (Greece), Beijing (China), Belfast (UK), Berlin (Germany), Bucharest (Romania), Brussels (Belgium), Budapest (Hungary), Cairo (Egypt), Chicago (USA), Doha (Qatar), Frankfurt a.M (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Istanbul (Turkey), Karaganda (Kazakhstan); Kres (Croatia), La Paz (Bolivia), Łódź (Poland), London (UK), Lausanne (Switzerland), Lund (Sweden), Mexico City (Mexico), New York (USA), Nairobi (Kenya), Oñati (Spain), Paris (France), Philadelphia (USA), Pittsburgh (USA), Prague (Czech Republic), Princeton (USA), Pristina (Kosovo), Riga (Latvia), Sarajevo (Bosnia e Herzegovina), San Juan (Puerto Rico), St. Petersburg (Russia), Sarajevo (Bosnia), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Seattle (USA), Stockholm (Sweden), Tirana (Albania), Utrecht (The Netherland), Villa Real (Portugal), Wroclaw (Poland).
In 2011 she gained a Distinguished Chair at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA), financed by the U.S.- Italy Fulbright Commission, fellow at the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and professor at the Department of Political Science (Course on “Italian Politics”).
She is directing the departmental research center “PRAGSIA” (Public Reasoning and Global Society in Action). From 2013 to date she is directing “EDV Italy Project” (a program devoted to combat gender-based violence) at the University of Milano-Bicocca. She is now member of the “Council for the Prevention and Contrast to Gender-based Violence” (Tavolo Permanente per la prevenzione e il contrasto alla violenza contro le donna) at the Lombardy Region in Milan.
From 2007 to 2013 she was a component of the Inter-ministerial Committee for Human Rights (CIDU), based at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome. From 2007 to 2010 she was member of the management board of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA, based in Vienna) as representative for Italy.
She was co-founder of the School of Politics "Aleksandra Kollontai" based at the Pomor University in Arkhangelsk (Barents Region of North-West Russia) and supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers. She was co-ordinator of a project financed by the European Science Foundation (Strasbourg) on: “Eastern European women as immigrants in the Western parts of Barents and Alps-Adria”. She was project manager of a programme devoted to the establishment of a Gender Institute at the University of Tirana, supported by the United Nations Development Programme. She was member of a project, based at the Queen’s University in Belfast, on women’s political participation in post-socialist countries.  She was project manager for a research on “Gender Stereotypes in Science in South Eastern European countries”, financed by the Unesco-Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe. She was co-founder of the “European Platform of Women Scientists”, and of the "Unesco Network of Women Philosophers”.
She directed researches on political violence and genocides at the end of the XX century: Genocides and War Crimes; Solidarity, Humanitarianism and Collective Memory, in collaboration with the international organisation “Crimes of War Project”; Western political imaginaries. Is the European Union a space of opportunities or a fortress?; Political imagination and the borders of the otherness. The Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research financed these projects (2003-2013). She has also directed a program on “Right to Food: The Right to a Flourishing Life” and the summer school on Eating, Walking, Thinking, within the frame of Milan Universal Exposition 2015 on Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. She is co-founder and Director with Eileen Hunt Botting of the Crossing Borders Seminar, a joint program between the University of Milano-Bicocca and the University of Notre Dame (IN, USA).
Nowadays she is developing a research on Amelia Rosselli and Gaetano Salvemini, continuing a project initiated in the late 1990ies on The Rosselli Family from the First to the Second Risorgimento, financed among others by the British Academy, editing unpublished documents and books.
She is directing a project on the consequences of the new wars, the issue of “sexual humanitarianism” (mainly from the viewpoint of women and children victims of gender based violence) and the question of the right to mortal rest (as related to the tragedies of migrant drown people, occurring in the Mediterranean sea).
She is evaluator for the European Commission (EC) and expert in gender issues, human rights and scientific policies. She was co-author of two official reports, financed by the DG Research of the EC, concerning the situation of women scientists in post-socialist Europe (Enwise experts group) and the future of science in society (Masis experts group). She was consultant at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in Rome for projects on gender-based violence.
In 2016 she has been nominated rectoral delegate for Latina-American countries. From 2002 to 2012 she was rectoral delegate and coordinator of the Scientific Committee of the Collegio di Milano, a college of excellence, founded by the seven Milan universities.
She was co-founder of the Italian magazine Reset and co-organiser of the Fetival of Human Rights, hekd in Milan since 2016. Since 2002 is a journalist, registered at the “National Federation of the Italian Press” (Ordine nazionale dei giornalisti), Milan.
She participated and is participating in several national and international researches and cross borders networks, collaborating with universities, research centres, NGO’s and supra-national institutions. She got fellowships and grants from international and EU organisations.
Her main research topics concerns: social and political philosophy; human rights, justice and the development of human capabilities; gender issues; public philosophy; democracy, cultural conflicts and the critique of violence; European citizenship and the public sphere; international research networks and cross-border co-operation; higher education systems from an international perspective.
She has widely published in several languages and countries. Among her last books: M. Calloni & E. Hunt Botting (eds.), Borders, Sovereignty, Rights, Border Crossing Seminar 1, Milano: University of Milano-Bicocca, 2014; S. Agnello Hornby & M. Calloni, Il male che si deve raccontare. Per cancellare la violenza domestica, Milano: Feltrinelli, 2013; A. Saarinen & M. Calloni (eds.), Builders of a “New Europe”. Women Migrants from the Eastern Transregions, Helsinki: Kikimora, 2012; M. Calloni, S. Marras, G. Serughetti, Chiedo asilo. Essere rifugiati in Italia, Milano: Università Bocconi Editore, 2012; J. Szapor, M. Hametz, A. Petö, M. Calloni (eds.),Tradition Unchained. Central European Jewish Intellectual Women from the Late Nineteenth Century, Edwin Mellen Press, New York, 2012; M. Calloni, L. Cedroni (eds.); Filosofia politica contemporanea, Firenze: Le Monnier, 2012; Umanizzare l’umanitarismo? Limiti e potenzialità della comunità internazionale, Torino: UTET, 2009; (ed.). Violenza senza legge. Genocidi e crimini di guerra nell’età globale, Torino: UTET, 2006; Y.Galligan, S.Clavero, M.Calloni, Gender Politics and Democracy in Post-socialist Europe, Opladen: Budrich, 2008; M. Calloni et al. - Seminario di Teoria Critica, Che cos’è la politica?, Roma: Meltemi, 2008.


 

 



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➢ Teorie dell'etica, della politica e della giustizia. ➢ Diritti umani. ➢ Cittadinanza europea. ➢ Democrazia e inter-culturalità. ➢ Studi di genere. ➢ Umanitarismo. ➢ Violenza politica. ➢ Violenza sessuale e domestica. ➢ Relazioni internazionali. ➢ Politiche scientifiche nell'Unione Europea. ➢ Cross-border networks e sfera pubblica globale.