Dr Giuseppe Scotto

Post:S G I Tutor (International Study Centre)
Other posts:Associate Tutor (Business and Management)
Location:Jubilee Building 201
Email:G.Scotto@sussex.ac.uk
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Biography

I was born in Foggia, in Southern Italy, where I grew up. At the age of 18 I moved to Milan, where I got my bachelor degree in Economics, Statistics and Social Sciencies and had my first work experiences; subsequently I migrated first to Amsterdam, where I obtained an MSc in Contemporary  Asian Studies, and then to Brighton, where I recently completed my PhD in Migration Studies at Sussex. In this way, my own personal background is well linked with my research interests in transnationalism, professional migration and Italian diaspora.

Role

Affiliated Member, Sussex Centre for Migration Research

Associate Tutor, School of Business, Management and Economics

 

Qualifications

  • PhD in Migration Studies (University of Sussex, 2012)
  • MSc in Comparative and Cross-Cultural Research Methods (University of Sussex, 2008)
  • MSc in Contemporary Asian Studies (University of Amsterdam, 2006)
  • Italian laurea in Economics, Statistics and Social sciences, major in Historical Social Sciences (Bocconi University, 2004)

Activities

Presentations:

Scholarships:

  • September 2010 - February 2011: Puglia regional scholarship for international research activity of young Puglia's graduates
  • April 2010 - July 2010: Visiting period at the International Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), funded by the Research Council of Norway's Yggdrasil - young guest and doctoral researchers' annual scholarships for investigation and learning

Summer Schools:

  • ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques: course on QCA and Fuzzy Sets (University of Ljubljana, 2009)
  • Harvard-Manchester Summer Workshop on Immigration and Social Change in Britain and the US (University of Manchester , 2008)

Previous work experience:

  • November 2009 - April 2010 and November 2008 - April 2009: Administrative Assistant for the Chevening Programme on Managing Migration at the University of Sussex
  • February - May 2005: Intern in the Asia research group at the Institute for the Studies of International Politics (ISPI), Milan