Tenured full professors | social-cultural anthropology
Dorothy Louise Zinn is Professor of Social-cultural Anthropology. Prof. Zinn is originally from the United States, where she did her academic training (PhD U. Texas at Austin 1994). She has conducted fieldwork in Southern Italy and South Tyrol, and has published extensively on immigration, multiculturalism, and youths with migration background, as well as clientelism and corruption. Prof. Zinn co-founded the Malinowski Forum for Ethnography and Anthropology (MFEA) and has translated classic anthropological monographs by Ernesto de Martino. In addition to her academic study of migration, she serves as a volunteer scientific consultant with migrant advocacy organizations. She is an editorialist with the newspaper Corriere dell’Alto Adige.
64118 · M-DEA/01 · L-19 Educators - 2009 · EN
54108A · M-DEA/01 · LM-39 Applied Linguistics · EN
17264B · M-DEA/01 · L-20 Communication - 2012 · EN
15127C · PhD General Pedagogy - 2017 · EN
Socio cultural dynamics: institutions, welfare, social professions, environment and population
Migration, multicultural society, youths from immigrant families; intercultural education; the anthropology of policy and institutions; political economy of Southern Italy; clientelism and corruption; the work of Ernesto de Martino; Malinowski in South Tyrol