European / International Joint Ph.D. in
Social Representation and Communication

40th International Lab Meeting (26th International Summer School 2020)

 

- Scientific Programme -

 

 

 

 

International Thematic Workshop

Migration studies and inclusive policies

from social, developmental and educational perspective

Rome (Italy), 21st – 23rd September 2020

 

Date Hour Fcous on REFUGEES Invited speakers

Monday

21st

September

8:30-8:45 Welcome Address

Fabio Lucidi

Dean of Faculty of Medicine and Psychology

Luigi Leone

Head of the Department of Social and Developmental Psychology

Fiorenzo Laghi

Director of the Board of the Department of Excellence for the project on "Migratory Flows and Inclusive Practices"

Sapienza University of Rome

Italy

8:45-9:45

When We Help Outsiders:

A Bigger Picture, and Some Subtle Mechanisms

Paul A.M. Van Lange

VU Amsterdam

The Netherlands

9:45-10:45

Views of Forced Migration:

Key Issues and Debates from an inter-disciplinary perspective

Giorgia Donà

University of East London

U.K.

10:45-11:00 Coffe break|
11:00-12:00 Towards a Psychology of Refugee Integration

Gerald Echterhoff

University of Muenster

Germany

12:00-13:00

A review of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Italy:

Where is the psychological research going

Giorgia Margherita

University of Naples

Italy

13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-16:30 Presentation by Early Stage Research Trainees of different projects on "Migration" Working group with participants

 

 

Tuesday

22nd

September

Focus on SOCIAL REPRESENTATION OF MIGRANTS and INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES 

from the two sides of Atlantic: Europe, Brazil and Canada

9:00-10:00

We are in the same boat!

Immigration Within and Towards Europe: a long-standing variable phenomenon between factual elements, social representations and media discourse

Alessia Rochira

University of Salento

Italy

10:00-11:00

Media and involuntary immigrants:  a study of social representations in Brazil two years before and after the 2017 new Migration Law

Andréia Isabel Giacomozzi

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - UFSC

Brazil

11:00-11:30 Coffe break
11:30-12:30

Newcomers' integration in Canada in the light of their life world:

How are social representations and social experiences involved in the immigration process?

Lilian Negura

University of Ottawa

Canada

12:30-13:30

Crossing the Atlantic

to reach the promised land Canada:

the 'Mirror Effect' and the Social Representation of a Refugee in Canadian Caseworkers

Corinne Buhay Simeoni

University of Ottawa

Canada

13:30-14:30 Lunch
14:30-16:30

Presentation

by the Early Stage Research Trainees of different projects on "Migration"

Working group with participants

 

 

Wednesday

23rd

September

Focus on ACCULTURATION THEORIES, 2ND GENERATION OF IMMIGRANTS and on

INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES THROUGH INTERSECTIONAL LENSES

9:30-10:30

Fifty Years of Psychological Acculturation Research and Theory:

Theoretical Advancements and Methodological challenges

David Lackland Sam

University of Bergen

Norway

10:30-11:30

How all students can belong and achieve -

approaches to cultural diversity in schools

Maja Schachner

University of Potsdam

Germany

11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-13:00

The ideal immigrant is a married man.

Analyzing Canadian (and Quebecois) immigration policies through intersectional lenses

Sonia Ben Soltane

University of Ottawa

Canada

13:00-14:30 Lunch
14:30-16:30

Presentation

by the Early Stage Research Trainees of 

different projects on "Migration"

Working group with participants

 

 

Schedule for interactive session Presentations by the PhD students and early stage research trainees:

(see the list of the participants for the title of the presentations)

 

21 September: h: 14:30-16:30:

  • presentations by Sara Gabrielli (10), Camilla Modesti (15), Marco Rizzo (23), Irene Stanzione (25), Annalisa Theodorou (27)

 

22 September: h: 14:30-16:30:

  • presentations by  the team based presentations (Edvaldo Begotaraj 3, Francesca Di Carmine 8, Matilda Kosta 12, Jonida Ucaj 29), Valentina Fantasia (9), Mariacristina Nutricato (17), Valerio Pellegrini (18), Stefania Silvestri (26)

 

23 September: h: 14:30-16:30:

  • presentations by Dora Bianchi (2), Katherine Shoemaker Derian (7), Savaş Karataş (11), Laura Norton (16), Giorgia Maria Sara Pinna (19), Jessica Pistella (20)

 

 

International Final Jury and Research Meetings

24-25 September 2020

 

Date Hour Thesis Defence International Final Jury

Thursday

24th

September

9:00-10:00

Stefania Silvestri

(Italy)

 “From Many, One: Employing Social Representations Theory to today’s migration crisis facilitating mediation in the encounter of different cultures”

 

 

Main tutor :

de Rosa, A. (Italy)

 

Co-tutors:

Negura, L. (Canada)

Liu, Li (China)

 

Caterina Arcidiacono (Italy)

Andrei Holman (Romania)

Alessia Rochira (Italy)

 

upon approval of the external experts:

Terri Mannarini (Italy)

Gilda Sensales (Italy)

 

and the multi-step evaluation

by the main tutor and co-tutors

with the participation in the discussion

of members of the

 International Supervisory Board

10:00-11:00

 

Meeting of the European/International Joint PhD Evaluation Board (Final Jury) and elaboration of the above thesis defence evaluation reports

 

International Final Jury

11:00-12:00

Jessica Breau

(Canada)

"Being Deaf in Bengkala : The Kolok's Social Representations of Deafness, Hearing and Kata kolok"

Main tutor:

Negura, L. (Canada)

Co-tutors:

Leone, G. (Italy)

Seidmann, S. (Argentina)

Caterina Arcidiacono (Italy)

Andrei Holman (Romania)

Alessia Rochira (Italy)

upon approval of the external experts

Terri Mannarini (Italy)

Gilda Sensales (Italy)

and the multi-step evaluation by the main tutor and co-tutors with the participation in the discussion of the members of the International Supervisory Board

12:00-13:00

Maude Lévesque

(Canada)

"Professional distress in clinical social workers: an understanding through social representations"

 

Main tutor:

Negura, L. (Canada)

Co-tutors:

Dany, L. (France)

Gild de Montes, L. (Spain)

Andreia Giacomozzi (Brazil)

Andrei Holman (Romania)

Susana Seidmann (Argentina)

upon approval of the external experts

Terri Mannarini (Italy)

Gilda Sensales (Italy)

and the multi-step evaluation by the main tutor and co-tutors with the participation in the discussion of members of the International Supervisory Board

13:00-14:00 Lunch
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14:00-16:00 Meeting of the European/International Joint PHD Evaluation Board (Final Jury) and elaboration of the above theses defence evaluation reports International Final Jury
16:00-16:30 Proclamation of candidates International Final Jury, Members of the International Supervisory Board and candidates

 

 

Date Hour Meetings  

Friday

25th

September

10:00-11:30

General Meeting of the

European/International Joint PhD on SR & C

 

"Envisioning and empowering the Future of the

International Joint PhD on SR & C"

Members of the Executive Committee

enlarged to others members of the

European/International Joint PhD on SR & C Supervisory Board and invited members from the leading institution Sapienza University of Rome

connected via web-auditorium

11:30-12:00

Research Meeting

restricted to participants in the 15th ICSR

Symposia on Migration Studies and institutional policies towards migrants from different geo-cultural contexts

(Athens, Greece, September 2021)

Senior partners and early stage researchers from Europe (Italy), North-American (Canada) and Latin America (Argentina and Brazil)
12:00-13:30 Coordination Meeting on on-going comparative research about institutional policies towards migrants from Italy and Canada Projects leaders (A.S. de Rosa and L.Negura) and research team members from Italy (Elena Bocci, Martina Latini, Sarah Taieb) and Canada (Corinne Buhay Simeoni)
13:30-14:00 Coordination Meeting on the Meta-theoretical Analsysis of the literature on Social Representations and Professional Identity Projects leaders (A.S. de Rosa and L. Negura) and research team members from Italy (Martina Latini, Sarah Taieb) and Canada (Maude Lévesque)