Bernardo Armanni

  • Ricercatore
ISR
  • Sociological Theory
  • Cultural Sociology
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Migration studies
  • Memory studies

Bernardo Armanni fa parte di ISR da Aprile 2022.

Si è laureato in Sociology and Social Research all’Università di Trento, partecipando al Joint Master’s Degree in Cultural Sociology, che coinvolge le università di Graz, Zadar, e la Masaryk University di Brno. La sua tesi magistrale ha analizzato i processi di memorializzazione delle migrazioni. Ha frequentato un corso di Cultural Sociology alla Yale University.

Nel 2019, ha collaborato con il ERC-StG HOMInG a Londra, in un lavoro di campo durato due mesi.

Dal 2020 al 2022 è stato assistente di ricerca per ERC-StG HOMInG, ha avuto varie e numerose collaborazioni di ricerca con l’Università di Trento, ha preso parte a conferenze internazionali, workshop e pubblicazioni. È membro della Memory Studies Association.

Contatti

Pubblicazioni

Publications:

• Boccagni, P., Armanni, B., Santinello, C. (2021). A place migrants would call home: open-ended constructions and social determinants over time among Ecuadorians in three European cities, Comparative Migration Studies, 46(9) https://doi.org/10.1186/s40878-021-00256-y

• Armanni, B. (2021). Mapping the meanings of home through art: A large-scale exploratory analysis of art exhibitions on home. HOMInG WP, 12, 2021. Available at: https://homing.soc.unitn.it/publications/working-papers/

• Armanni, B. (2020). In the same boat? Memory and collective identity in Italian migration museums. Proceedings of the conference “Between Immigration and Historical Amnesia – Third Conference of the Symposium Diaspore Italiane – Italy in Movement”. Available at: http://www.diasporeitaliane.com/

Conferences:

• 5-7 April 2022 / 8-10 September 2021 – Participant in the first two editions of the international workshop “Memory and meaning making: a collaborative experiment in analysis” – University of Trento.

• 24-25 November 2021 – Speaker at “Stay Home Stories – Covid19 and Home” – Queen Mary University and Museum of the Home – London.

• 5-9 July 2021 – Speaker at “Convergences: 5th Annual Conference of the Memory Studies Association”.

• 27-29 June 2019 – Speaker at “Between Immigration and Historical Amnesia – Third Conference of the Symposium Diaspore Italiane – Italy in Movement – Genoa, 27-29 June 2019.”