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About

I am a sociologist and multimedia producer. I hold a PhD in sociology and social psychology. For over ten years, my research focused on audiovisual media, youth, gender issues, policy, Internet, contemporary art and innovation. I carried on several quali-quantitative surveys. At the European Commission, the Sapienza University and the United Nations, my work involved multimedia production, design, video, big data, open knowledge, event management. In Milan, I completed a Master degree in Multimedia Production and, in New York, I became Adobe Certified Specialist for InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Premiere. Since 2017, I am member of the International Communication Association and I have been part of the ESA European Sociological Association and the ECREA European Communication Research and Education Association. I intervened in international conferences on media studies and social sciences. I am in the editing committees of Origine Journal of Media Sociology and book collection on Social Theory, Communication and Media Studies. From 2014 to 2017, I have been awarded a Marie Curie fellowship funded by the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission. I speak English, French, Italian and Spanish.

About Me

RESEARCH & MULTIMEDIA SKILLS

Over the last twelve years, I have worked on several projects, by implementing a diverse range of communicative, creative and research skills.

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REFERENCES

  • “Agnese has clear strengths in relation to dissemination and communication activities.”

    PAT MANSON, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
  • “Her educational path certifies an excellent preparation in social sciences.”

    michela marzano, sorbonne university
  • “It's been a pleasure having you guys onboard and making real contributions to UN News... you're appreciated by all of us.”

    ari gaitanis, united nations
  • “She is endowed of an authnomous personality and pursues her own objectives with determination and constancy.”

    lorena gil de montes, university of the basque country