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Is a comparative constitutional scholar at the School of Political Science. Her interests dealt also with transitional justice and new forms of constitutionalism. She was visiting scholar at the Boston College Law School,research assistant at the Harvard Law School andvisiting researcher at the Yale Law School. Among her publications, Marbury v. Madison. Le origini della giustizia costituzionale negli Stati Uniti. Currently, she has been working on her new book Therpandrus’ Obsession. Privacy, Dignity and the Right to Die in the Era of Universal Human Rights. He has held teaching and research abroad. Researcher in Contemporary Italian Literature at the Department of “Studi Umanistici” University of Macerata. Coordinates international agreements in Europe and beyond. Among the publications we mention the essays on Kubati, Cappiello, Nibbi Bigiaretti, Betti, Duranti, Sanvitale, Sereni. He edited, with M. Meschini, Scrittura, migrazione, identità in Italia: voci a confronto (2011). He has held courses and organized meetings on the literature of migration in the italian language; tutor the thesis in this field.Uoldelul Chelati DirarHe was born in Asmara (Eritrea). He has completed his secondary school and university studies in Italy. In 1998, after having earned a Doctorate in African history at the University of Cagliari, he went back to Eritrea where he has taught until 2003 in the Department of History of the University of Asmara. He has also been chair of the same Department from 1998 to 2002. In 2003 Uoldelul Chelati Dirar went back to Italy and is now Associate Professor of African History in the Department of Political Science at the University of Macerata. Historian by training, Uoldelul Chelati Dirar has dealt mainly with the history of the Horn of Africa, particularly Eritrea, during colonial times.The main research interests have always been focused on the learning and teaching of Italian L2 to adult migrants. Between 2002 and 2005 I managed a doctoral research at the Department on Social Change at the University of Macerata (“Language and culture policy, education and training”), on the plurilingual repertoires and language representations of adult migrants who study Italian L2; the empirical investigation included narrative interviews with Francophone and Anglophone learners from Africa and Russian speaking learners from Eastern Europe. In 2010 she concluded a post doctoral research project on teaching migrant women Italian L2 through self narrative methodology, which put him in touch with a large number of women of African origin. 1978 Laurea in Economics, University of Siena.Research activities abroad: 2014 Visiting professor all’UPPA (Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour); 2001 IRISS scholarship at CEPS INSTEAD Differdange Luxembourg 1995 96 Research Associate at the International Development Centre, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford 1988 89 Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, University of Oxford. 1982 83 Visiting student at the Graduate School, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.Luca De BenedictisHe teaches economics and international economics at the University of Macerata.He is member of the Italian Economic Society, the European Economic Association, the American Economic Association and the International Network for Economic Research. He is founding member of ITSG (Italian Trade Study Group) and is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Annual Report on Italy in the World Economy (ICE) and of ARS (Social Network Analysis).