Details

Name
Ph.D. Prof. Nicolini Beatrice
Address 1
Largo Gemelli, 1
Position
Adjunct Professor
City
Milan
Postcode
20123
Country
Italy
Tel (landline)
003972342733
Tel (mobile)
00393388179030
Email
beatrice.nicolini@unicatt.it
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/beatrice.nicolini.3
EURAMES Member
Yes
Member of
SeSaMO
AFMA Member
No
MESA Member
Yes
BASIS Member
No
Institution Name
Università Cattolica
Institution Address 1
Largo Gemelli, 1
Institution City
Milan
Institution County
Lombardy
Institution Postcode
20123
Institution Country
Italy
Discipline 1
History
Geographical Area 1
Tanzania
Languages Mastered
Italian
Proficiency
Fluent
Languages Mastered
English
Proficiency
Fluent
Languages Mastered
German
Proficiency
Advanced
Languages Mastered
French
Proficiency
Operational
Languages Mastered
Omani
Proficiency
Elementary
Qualifications
1983, Degrees in Comparative Government & International Relations, Harvard University, School of Arts and Sciences and of Education, Cambridge, Mass., USA. 1989, Laurea Degree in Political Science, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. 1995, Ph.D. in History of Africa, Faculty of Political Science, Siena University, Italy. 1996, winner of post-doc research fellowship, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. 1999, winner of check of research for History of Africa, Faculty of Political Science, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. 2001, winner of Assistant Professor competition in History of Africa, Faculty of Political science, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. 2004, Tenure as Assistant Professor in History of Africa, Faculty of Political Science, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. 2006, Adjunct Professor of History of Afro-Asian Countries. 2008, Adjunct Professor of History and Institutions of Africa.
Additional Info 1
Indian Ocean, Gulf Countries
Additional Info 2
History of migration movements, slavery, development issues
Additional Info 3
Professor (Adjunct) SPS/13, African History and Institutions, 14/B2 History of International Relations, Societies, and Extra European Institutions. SH6 - The Study of the Human Past
External Funders
0
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