Prof.ssa Francesca Forno

francesca.forno@unibg.it

Tel.: 0352052758 (Pignolo)
Tel.: 0352052758 (Rosate)

Riceve gli studenti: Il MARTEDI' ore 11-13 presso la sede i p.zza Rosate uff. 310. In caso di urgenze si può concordare un appuntamento via skype scrivendo a francesca.forno@unibg.it
I ricevimenti sono sospesi fino a martedì 4 aprile. In caso di urgenze si può contattare via email la docente


Sede: Pignolo
via Pignolo 123 - 24121 Bergamo (BG) - Italia
stanza -302 piano meno tre

Sede: Rosate
piazza Rosate 2 - 24129 Bergamo (BG) - Italia
stanza 310

Affidamento
Corsi di laurea - Lettere, Filosofia, Comunicazione

Affidamento
Corsi di laurea - Lingue, letterature e culture straniere

Affidamento
Dipartimento di Lettere, Filosofia, Comunicazione

Corsi:
44127-ENG Sociology of Environment and Territory
92027Fondamenti di sociologia
93162Ricerca sociale e consumi

Corsi a.a. precedenti:
93111Sociologia della comunicazione e dei consumi


prof. Francesca Forno

Francesca Forno obtained a BA in Sociology, summa cum laude, at the University of Urbino, Italy (1995) and a PhD in Politics at Strathclyde University (2003).
She has taught and done research work in various Italian universities. Currently she is Associate Professor at Trento University and Adjunct Professor at Bergamo University where she teaches Sociology and Sociology of consumption. She was visiting scholar at Columbia University (2008) and co-founder of the ECPR Standing group on Participation and Mobilization. Two of her ongoing research interests are political consumerism and sustainable community movements. A special focus in these areas is on the consequences of the spread of market-based forms of action for citizens' participation and mobilization.
She is Co-director and Co-founder of University of Bergamo's CORES LAB (research group on Consumption, Networks and Practices of Sustainable Economies) and Associate Editor of Partecipazione e Conflitto, the first Italian / International academic journal specialized in the analysis of social and political participation. She has published on citizen participation and social movements, conducting research on political consumerism and collaborative consumption.