Salvatore Paolo De Rosa
Admitted to PhD Programme: 2012-07-01
Supervisor: Guy Baeten
Assistant supervisor: Marco Armiero (KTL Environmental Humanities Lab of Stockholm); Erik Swyngedouw (University of Manchester)
- Teaches on MIDM25 and SGEL46
Salvatore Paolo De Rosa is a PhD candidate at the department of Human Geography of Lund University, Sweden, and a Fellow of the ENTITLE Network for Political Ecology. He holds a BA in Demo-Ethno-Anthropological Sciences from Alma Mater University of Bologna and an MA in Anthropology and Ethnology from Federico II University of Naples.
His research area is Political Ecology and Environmental Anthropology. He is especially interested in issues related to human-environment interactions, community-based management of resources, environmental movements and conflicts, grassroots eco-politics and cultural change. His PhD research project focuses on the socio-environmental conflicts around issues of waste management and ecosystems’ contamination currently ongoing in Campania region (Italy), asking why conflicts over waste flows erupt, and how grassroots movements remake their territories, economies and identities during struggles against socio-ecological inequalities. The research is carried out within the European Network for Political Ecology (ENTITLE), an EU-funded Initial Training Network under the Marie Curie action of FP7, aimed at strengthening PE research in Europe.
He has been in the editorial staff of the independent magazine Napoli Monitor for five years. His work has been published on magazines, research blogs, collective books and NGOs websites.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database