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Guia Gilardoni

Guia Gilardoni
Vita e Pensiero
Guia Gilardoni, Ph.D. in Sociologia e metodologia della ricerca sociale, è stata assegnista di ricerca presso l’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuoredi Milano e Brescia. È project manager per Fondazione ISMU in ambito in­ternazionale su politiche migratorie e processi di integrazione sociale e culturale. È stata coordinatrice dei progetti H2020 SPRING (Sustainable Practices of Integration) e ReSOMA (Research Social Platform on Migration and Asylum). Ha fatto parte dello Steering Group di Metropolis International. Dal 2015 è membro del Board of Directors di IMISCOE. Tra i suoi interessi di ricerca: seconde generazioni, famiglie miste, città interculturali, ricercatrans-locale, globalizzazione e migrazione. Di recente ha curato: con M. Caselli, Globalization, Supranational Dynamics and Local Experiences (2018) e con M. Colombo, Intercultural Issues and concepts: A Multi-disciplinary Glossary (2021).

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Riflessioni in merito all'utilità della convergenza tra sociologia e storia digital
Anno: 2011
G. GILARDONI, Reasoning on the value of convergence between sociology and history. In order to better understand social reality phenomena the convergence of more perspectives should be adopted. Possible convergences between sociology and history are herein represented by the recall of some factual interconnections and mutual integrations which occurred and correlations implemented from methodological reasoning. The case study proposed regards the Freedom Rides, an episode of the Civil Rights Movement during the struggle against segregation. Racial segregation is first explored at its beginning through historical direct sources and historiography as a way to re-establish the previous privilege of whites after slavery had been abolished. It is then observed from a sociological point of view, specifically from the Social Limits to Growth by F. Hirsch. His work, although not directly referring to historical events and social phenomena considered, has provided an illuminating key of interpretation, revealing how segregation has functioned as a effective device which partially stemmed the progressive erosion of the satisfaction connected to consumptions experienced during the economic boom of the Sixties. This article thus proposes a concrete example of how sociology and history can usefully converge for a better understanding. Key words: Sociology, history, racial segregation, social limits to growth.
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