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Maristella Bergaglio

  • Ma PHD
  • Assistant professor
  • Università degli Studi di Milano
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  • The contemporary illusion: population growth and sustainability

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  • Chinese Students in Italian Universities. A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis

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Professional experience

Assistant professor

Università degli Studi di Milano

January 2004 - Present

Education

PhD

Universita degli Studi di Bologna

April 2001 - April 2004(3 years)

Master

University of London School of Oriental and African Studies

January 2000 - December 2000(a year)

M.A.

Universita degli Studi di Milano

November 1990 - December 1996(6 years)

About

Dr. Maristella Bergaglio (Ph.D. Alma mater Studiorum Bologna, 2004) is a researcher in the fields of Geography, Population studies, environmental and social sciences. Maristella is currently employed at the State University of Milan where she is an Assistant Professor of Population geography. Actually her main activity of research is focused on two main subject. The first one is related to recent urban transformations of Milan linked to most important demographic, social and cultural rapid transformations. In particular she studies the re-planning and the reuse of those parts of cities defined as blank spaces or, more economically, lost spaces and the possible ways to reuse them in the urban context in a functional, environmentally and socially compatible way. These studies are completed by an historical observation of main transformations occurred in the urban context of Milan since the beginning of 1900. The second one is related to the debates on “population growth” and “sustainability” in a transcalar perspective.

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