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Letteria (Lia) Fassari is Associate Professor at DiSSE. She teaches Sociology of Cultural Processes (Undergraduate) and Sociology of Contemporary Cultures (Postgraduate) at DiSSE. She is a board member of the Doctorate in Applied Social Sciences, Sapienza University. From 2007 to 2010 she was a member of the AIS (Italian Association of Sociology) board and is currently a member of the Scientific Network for the Italian journal Scuola Democratica. She is the founder and and director of Research Unit: Aesthetics in the Social (https://web.uniroma1.it/disse/en/node/7307). In 2014 she was Visiting Scholar at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
She is currently Visiting Fellow presso the Institute for Sociology / Collaborative Research Centre on Refiguration of Spaces SFB 1265 a Berlino.
Her latest publications include monographs “Poplife. Il realitysmo tra mimetismo e chance sociale”, Carocci, Roma 2014; “L’esperienza del prof. Che cosa si fa nelle università italiane”, Franco Angeli, Milano 2009. Articles: (with) Spanò E. “Capturing Phantasm in Academia: evaluation artefacts and gender” in Italian Journal of Sociology of Education Padova University Press n. 1/2019); (with G. Pompili) “On the learning process to be Italian Muslim” In Scuola Democratica 3/2017, Special issue “School and religious identities” a cura di Salmieri L., Fabretti V., Benadusi M. Il Mulino, Bologna; (with Lo Presti V.) “La mela bacata. Per una riflessività culturale dell’università”) in Scuola Democratica 2/2017 Il Mulino, Bologna; “Oltre il realitysmo. Una mappa dell’esperienza mediale contemporanea” in Sociologia e Ricerca sociale, Vol. 113/2017; ‘Realitysm’ as a melancholic storytelling to cope with contemporary risk” in Health, Risk & Society, Vol.18/2016, Issue 7-8; Chapters in books: Fassari L. G., “Art, Performance and Metropolitan Lifestyle”, in Benincasa C., Neri G., Trimarchi M. (a cura di) Arts and the City: New Cultural Maps - Collana Urban Studies - Transcript Verlag: Columbia University Press; “The social experience of second-generation young Italian muslims in Italy”in El saber en Al-Andalus. Textos y estudios Volumen VI Mohammed Dahiri, Inmaculada Camarero Castellano (Coords) Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, España 2016;