Archivi categoria: In & Out at the University of Cagliari

IN: Michał Szalast – Dao Quy – coming from Jagiellonian University, Poland


My name is Michał Szalast – Dao Quy, and I come from Cracow (Poland). I study International Relations at Jagiellonian University and between from 29th June to 18th September 2015 I am doing practical placement at the International Research and Mobility Program Office of the University of Cagliari. The office is also Euraxess Service Centre for Sardinia.

My tasks include dealing with the Euraxess Centre activities, monitoring the official European Commission website to check for fellowships and grants to be published in the Office website and sent to the mailing lists. I have the opportunity to participate in appointments with candidates for foreign PhD fellows and researchers at the University of Cagliari where all the administrative issues are being done.

First reason why I have chosen Cagliari for summer internship were many positive recommendation about the city and whole island I was given by my friends from Poland and Italian people who I had met in Poland. I also wanted to try my hand at work in university environment and here I have a great opportunity to fulfill it. What is more, Sardegna is also a perfect place to get to know local culture and customs and improve my Italian skills. Since I have arrived here, I am delighted with excellent weather and delicious food. I am sure that this is not my last visit in Sardegna.

OUT: Mauro Pala going to Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

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Prof Mauro Pala, Full Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Cagliari, will be at the Trinity Long Room Hub (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) from January to March 2015 as a Visiting Research Fellow in collaboration with the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.

Prof Pala has published extensively on European Romanticism, Critical theory, Cultural studies and Postcolonial studies. The title of his current research project is ‘For a Gramscian Reading of National Identities in Irish Literary Modernism’. In the Trinity Long Room Hub he will give a lecture titled ‘Gramsci and the Great Community: Subalternity, Hegemony and Autonomy in Irish Literature and Culture’. 

IN: Daria Parkhomenko – coming from Belarusian State University, Minsk

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Daria Parkhomenko,
Senior Lecturer from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR).

I’m working at the Department of Engineering Psychology and Ergonomics, giving lectures in Russian and in English as well.

I’m visiting the Department of Psychology, Pedagogics and Phylosopy of the University of Cagliari, in particular the speciality “Scienze della Comunicazione” directed by Elisabetta Gola.

I have already been to the University of Cagliari in June 2014 during a 10-day visit of stage and experience exchange in the field of e-learning and implementing ICT in the process of education.

 BSUIR presentation