from september 2013 – september 2015
at the University of Verona
Minority politics, social movements and equal rights:
CONVEGNO / BOLOGNA, 15 OTTOBRE 2016
Massimo Prearo, La fabbrica dell’orgoglio. Una genealogia dei movimenti LGBT, ETS 2015
Verso il «Family Day»: pseudo-scienze al lavoro per attaccare «scientificamente» le famiglie «innaturali»
Una riflessione sull’omofobia e sull’eterosessimo del contro-pensiero #nogender su Global Project
Massimo Prearo has been Marie Curie Fellow (2013-2015) at the Research Center PoliTeSse/Politics and theories of sexuality of the University of Verona.
He holds a PhD in Political Studies from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. His dissertation examined the emergence of the LGBT movement in France.
He is also Co-director of the academic electronic journal Genre, sexualité & société.
"The intellectual no longer has to play the role of an advisor. The project, tactics and goals to be adopted are a matter for those who do the fighting. What the intellectual can do is to provide instruments of analysis, and at present this is the historian's essential role. What's effectively needed is ramified, penetrative perception of the present, one that makes it possible to lacate lines of weakness, strong points, positions where the instances of power have secured and implanted themselves by a system of organisation dating back over 150 years - that is the intellectual's role. But as for saying, 'Here is what you must do!', certainly not."− Michel Foucault (1980)
"What I propose, therefore, is very simple: it is nothing more than to think what we are doing."− Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition (1958)
ILGA – Rainbow Map 2015
reflecting the national legal and policy human rights situation of LGBTI people in Europe
1. United Kingdom