Giorgia Decarli holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology, History and Theories of Culture from the Italian Institute of Human Sciences. She has carried out legal-anthropological research in both Europe and Africa. Her research interests include legal pluralism, human rights and cultural diversity, Gypsy law and anti- Gypsyism, African law and Islamic law.
Modules running in the period selected: 6.
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|Course||Name||Total credits||Online||Teacher credits||Modules offered by this teacher|
|Bachelor's degree in Social Work||Cultural anthropology (2020/2021)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Social Work||Cultural Anthropology (2019/2020)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Social Work||Cultural Anthropology (2018/2019)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Social Work||Cultural Anthropology (2017/2018)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Organisational Training||Cultural Anthropology (2017/2018)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Education||Cultural Anthropology [Cognomi M-Z] (2016/2017)||9||4|
|member||Council for the Degree in Organisational Training - Department Human Sciences|
|member||Collegio Didattico di Servizio Sociale - Department Human Sciences|