Stefania Voli is a researcher member in EURYKA (H2020) at the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at Scuola Normale Superiore.
She holds a Phd in Citizenship, Rights and Gender Equality in Modern and Contemporary History (University of L’Orientale Naples), with a dissertation on Radical Left Movements in the 70s Italy. In 2016 she earned a second Phd in Applied Sociology and Social Research Methodology at the University of Milan-Bicocca, working on Transgender Rights and Citizenship in current Italy.
Currently is teaching Assistant in Global Cultures at the University of Bologna. From 2015 to 2017 she has taught Italian Contemporary History and Gender, Race and Representation in Italy with CIEE (Council of International Educational Exchange), of Ferrara, Italy. She is on the board of the Italian Association of Women Historians (SIS) and of its Summer School.
She conducted extensive researches on Radical Left Movements and Politcal violence in 70s Italy, Feminist and Trans Movements, political violence in Contemporary Italy, Citizenship and Trans experience in current Italy.
Research interests: gender studies, feminist, social and political movements, contemporary italian history, oral history, and qualitative research
Journal Article - 2018
Monograph - 2018