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Members

  • Junio Aglioti Colombini (University of Pisa)
  • Francesco Amoretti (University of Salerno)
  • Martina Bassan (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales)
  • Marinella Belluati (University of Turin)
  • Sara Bentivegna (Sapienza University of Rome)
  • Ilona Biernacka Ligieza (University of Maria Curie Sklodowska in Lublin)
  • Alberto Bitonti (University of Lugano)
  • Giuliano Bobba (University of Turin)
  • Giovanni Boccia Artieri (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
  • Fabio Bordignon (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
  • Roberta Bracciale (University of Pisa)
  • Alexandra Budabin (European Academy Bolzano/Bozen)
  • Donatella Campus (University of Bergamo)
  • Luigi Ceccarini (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
  • Diego Ceccobelli (University of Milan)
  • Cristopher Cepernich (University of Turin)
  • Flavio Chiapponi (University of Pavia)
  • Katharina Crepaz (European Academy Bolzano/Bozen)
  • Andrea De Angelis (University of Lucerne)
  • Emiliana De Blasio (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Pierpaolo Di Gennaro (University of Naples Federico II)
  • Luigi Di Gregorio (University of Viterbo La Tuscia)
  • Emidio Diodato (University for Foreigners of Perugia)
  • Sofia Eliodori (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Andrea Felicetti (University of Padua)
  • Federico Maria Ferrara (University of Geneva)
  • Domenico Fracchiolla (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Domenico Fruncillo (University of Salerno)
  • Diego Garzia (University of Lucerne)
  • Matteo Gerli (University for Foreigners of Perugia)
  • Gabriele Giacomini (University of Udine)
  • Diego Giannone (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli)
  • Fabio Giglietto (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
  • Domenico Giordano (Independent researcher)
  • Guido Legnante (University of Pavia)
  • Irene Lizzola (Other institution) 
  • Moreno Mancosu (University of Turin)
  • Rita Marchetti (University of Perugia)
  • Claudia Mariotti (Roma Tre University)
  • Marco Mazzoni (Perugia University)
  • Roberto Mincigrucci (University of Perugia)
  • Claudia Mohor Valentino (University of Essex)
  • Melissa Mongiardo (University of Rome Sapienza)
  • Francesca Montemagno (University of Catania)
  • Marco Morini (Sapienza University of Rome)
  • Lorenzo Mosca (University of Milan)
  • Carlo Nardella (University of Milan)
  • Paolo Natale (University of Milan)
  • Francesco Olmastroni (University of Siena)
  • Fabio Pacini (University of Viterbo La Tuscia)
  • Claudia Padovani (University of Padua)
  • Massimiliano Panarari (Università  Mercatorum)
  • Daniela Piccio (University of Turin)
  • Rossella Rega (University of Rome Sapienza)
  • Franca Roncarolo (University of Turin)
  • Christian Ruggiero (Sapienza University of Rome)
  • Giacomo Salvarani (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
  • Rossana Sampugnaro (University of Catania)
  • Gaetano Scaduto (Milano Bicocca University)
  • Alessio Scopelliti (University of Bristol)
  • Antonella Seddone (University of Turin)
  • Donatella Selva (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Danilo Serani (University of Salamanca)
  • Giuliana Sorci (Scuola Normale Superiore)
  • Michele Sorice (LUISS Guido Carli – Rome)
  • Anna Stanziano (University of Perugia)
  • Filippo Tronconi (University of Bologna)
  • Federico Vegetti
  • Alessandra Vitullo (Milano Bicocca University)

Coordinators

Fabio Bordignon
University of Urbino Carlo Bo

Fabio Bordignon teaches “Political Science” and “Political Science – Advanced Course” at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo, where he is the director of the Electoral Observatory at the Laboratory of Social and Political Studies (LaPolis).
He is a member of the Italian National Election Studies (ITANES) research group and he serves in the Scientific Board of the Italian Society of Electoral Studies (SISE). He is Assistant Editor of the journal South European Society and Politics.
He is a researcher at the research institute Demos&Pi, where he is part of the working group that edits the Atlante Politico (Political Atlas), the European Observatory on Security, and the annual report Gli italiani e lo Stato (Italians and the State).
His main areas of research are: political participation and electoral behaviour; relationship between citizens, institutions, and politics; personalisation of politics; transformations of democracy and populism.

Rossana Sampugnaro
University of Catania

Rossana Sampugnaro teaches Political Sociology and Political Communication at the University of Catania.
She is coordinator of Jean Monnet Module EuReact “European Renovate Actors and European Public Sphere” and member of the Academic Board of the PhD in Political Science, University of Catania since 2009.
She is member of the Scientific Board of the Journal De Europa and of the Journal “Partecipazione e Conflitto”.
Her research focus is on political participation and electoral turnout, mobilization and political campaigns.

Francesca Montemagno
Italy – University of Catania
Segreteria e webmaster