Massimiliano Tabusi

Massimiliano Tabusi (PHOTO)

MASSIMILIANO TABUSI

Università per Stranieri di Siena-Dipartimento di Ateneo per la Didattica e la Ricerca (DADR)

Researcher and Aggregate Professor in Geography
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ISTITUTIONAL ROLES
EUGEO Secretary General
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MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS

Labour Geography, Social Geography, Middle East Political Geography
and Geopolitics, Social Movements, Geography of Information and
Communication Technology

ACADEMIC CAREER

Graduated in Political Sciences (thesis in Labour Geography) with top marks and honours, from the
‘La Sapienza’ University of Rome, and obtained a Ph.D. in Economic Geography at the same
University (Faculty of Economics). He taught Geography in LUSPIO University and collaborated with
the Chair in Geography at the Tor Vergata University of Rome, until he became Researcher and
Aggregate Professor in Siena, Università per Stranieri, where he still teaches Economic, Political and
Human Geography.
MT is former Secretary General of the Italian Geographical Society (SGI) and present EUGEO
Secretary General (elected in 2012), an institution in which he has served as SGI and AIIG
representative since 2009. He is elected member of the university Senate of the Università per
Stranieri of Siena and has been elected in the Statute Commission of the same University. He is a
strong advocate of networking and the use of ICT in Scientific Research and Social Action, directly
contributing to the conception and the establishing of some Researcher Groups such as
“GiovaniGeografi” (GiGi), “Luogoespazio.info” and “Rete29Aprile”.

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Sponsoring Organizations:


Sapienza Università di Roma University of Helsinki Università di Torino Western Michigan University

EUGEO


With the support of:


ESA

Publisher:
Edizioni Nuova Cultura

 

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