Lisa Lazzarini

Academic degree: Bachelor’s
Category: PhD students full members
Institutional subunit: NOVA FCSH
Research group: Circulation and Place-Making
Thematic line:
Research interests: Shamanism | Neoliberal market | Cosmopolitism
Research contexts: Portugal | Italy
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Biographical note

PhD student in Anthropology at FCSH/CRIA since 2014, with a project about contemporary shamanic practices in Italy, Portugal and France. Lisa Lazzarini holds a degree in Modern Literature (1998) with a dissertation about Calvino and Stevenson and in Pedagogy (2005) on the didactic activities of the Spazi d’arte park in Celle. She works as a teacher in primary schools since 2005 and is a writer for the publishing house L.E.F. and translator (Spanish-Portuguese) for the ecologist magazine “11 Sovereign Peoples”. In 2007, she worked at the Università di Firenze as a teacher for the courses Methodology of the Game and Teamwork, and Didactics of the Languages of the Image and the Multimedia Contents. She also worked as a workshop animator for children (Fundacion Mirò de Mallorca, Palazzo Papesse Siena) and as a visual artist (Museo Diego Rivera Mexico DF, Palazzo Ducale Genova). She published “L’Europa comes to scuola with Comenius” (“Environment, society and territory”, 6/2010), “LaborArte: esperienze di didattica per bambini” (edited by Massimo Squillacciotti, Melteni, Rome, 2004).


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pub492*Lisa LazzariniResearcherproj328*Cosmopolitan highways of shamansDoctoral researchOngoing+