I’m a 31 years old Italian journalist and copywriter from Milan specialized in the field of art and urban anthropology. Through several years of hands-on experience, I have acquired in-depth knowledge of cultural languages and tendencies across the world.
I write articles and conduct interviews on subjects related to art, culture and society.
As full-time trainee journalist at the Foreign Affairs Desk I took track of economical and sociopolitical international news. This practice enabled me to reach a skilled journalistic writing and gather experience in a pressed environment, synchronized with a multicultural professional team.
My studies have encompassed a strong international background integrating basics from economic, judicial, political, social and historical disciplines, in order to build an understanding in both transnational and international aspects of contemporary society. Moving towards Globalization era’s changes, I focused on European Union institutions from both a judicial and an economic point of view. For the last year of University I chose to address the sector of International Commerce, analyzing international economic correlations and the functioning of trade and financial markets. At the moment I’m working on an ongoing PhD project in the field of Philosophical Anthropology, exploring the construction and the identity of a creation – a topic which addresses the question of the subjectivity in the assembly with collectivity.
The Fulbright International Institute is an academic and cultural program created by the Fulbright Commission in 2002 addressed to selected junior researchers and professionals.