Noemi Martorano

Curriculum vitae – Noemi MARTORANO

Telephone number: (+39) 3518089706

Email: noemi.martorano@phd.unipd/ noemi.martoran@gmail.com

Cycle: XXXV

 

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Project: Subjectification processes and sexual identities production: the case of asylum procedures based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Italy

 

Research interest: Sociology of migration, gender studies, queer studies, qualitative research methods, intersectionnality.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Curatorship accepted for publication:

Migranti LGBT. Pratiche, politiche e contesti di accoglienza a cura di Prearo Massimo, Martorano Noemi, Àltera, ETS Edizioni, April 2020.

 

Book chapter accepted for publication:

Martorano, N. I gruppi di supporto alle e ai richiedenti asilo LGBTI in Italia: modelli organizzativi e tensioni associative in Prearo, M.; Martorano N. (a cura di) «Migranti LGBT. Pratiche, politiche e contesti di accoglienza» Àltera, ETS Edizioni, April 2020.

 

 

Professional and educational experiences

High education

 

2018                                      Research Master in “Humanities and Social Sciences” option in Sociology specializing in “Gender, politics and sexuality”, EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales), Paris (France). Thesis: “Émergence, organisation et rôle des groupes de soutien aux demandeur-se-s d’asile LGBTI en Italie”

Supervisor: Massimo PREARO. Final grade: 16.4/20 with commendation: Très bien

 

 

2015                                     Bachelor Degree in “Antropologia, Religioni e Civiltà Orientali ”

Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Faculty of Letters and Cultural Heritage

Final Thesis in Social Anthropology

Thesis: “Politiche della sicurezza. Un’analisi delle strategie di controllo nell’epoca neoliberista”. Supervisor: Luca JOURDAN. Final grade: 104/110.

 

2014- 2015                     Erasmus +  Program

                                      at Université Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis

Paris, France

 

TALKS

 

18 June 2019 “Role of support policies of LGBTI organization in the SOGI asylum system in Italy”, Panel: Tightening the noose – the impact of constricted migration policy on sexual and gender minorities at  Nordic Geographers Meeting 2019,  Trondheim, Norway.

 

5 July 2019 “Between assistance and selection: support policies for SOGI asylum in Italy, Panel:  “LGBT Refugees: the Construction of a ‘New’ Category in Europe” at European Conference on Politics & Gender, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

 

21 November 2019 “Politiche di supporto alle e ai richiedenti asilo LGBT in Italia: tra pratiche   contestatarie, azione umanitaria e logiche istituzionali”, a “Confini di genere, confine di stato. La ricercar sociale e la condizione dei SOGI Asylum Climants”. Università degli studi di Siena, Dipartimento di scienze sociali, politiche e cognitive, Progetto di ricerca “Politiche di genere e pratiche dell’accoglienza”.

 

HONORS

 

Selection and publication of the Master Thesis: Noemi Martorano, “Émergence, organisation et rôle des groupes de soutien aux demandeur-se-s d’asile LGBTI en Italie”, Recueil Alexandries, Collections Masters, October 2018, URL: http://www.reseau-terra.eu/article1422.html

 

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES

 

 

Mar 2017                       Training course

                                      “La richiesta d’asilo fondata sull’orientamento sessuale e l’identità di genere”, Asilo in Europa and MigraBo LGBTI, Bologna.

 

2016-Present                  Photographic project of social documentation

                                      “Reportage analogico dal campo profughi di Idomeni”

Exhibited at Chourmo Enolibreria (Parma), Art Lab (Parma), Le Bastillon (Paris),  Moki (Paris).

 

Apr 2016                        Volunteer work

                                      Project: “Over the fortress”, Idomeni refugee camp (Greece)

 

Nov 2015                       Training course

“La civiltà dell’accoglienza”, CIAC onlus, Parma

 

Aug 2012                       Volunteer work

                                      Project: “Peace and disarmament”, SCI Italia, Al-Masara, West Bank

 

 

LANGUAGES

 

Italian: Native language

French: C1

English: B2

Spanish : A2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18/05/19