Research fellow, University of Bologna, Department of Education
Research fellow at the University of Bologna since 2014, his research interests focus primarily on the issues of intercultural education. In particular, he has studied and written about ethnic stereotypes and prejudices in childhood, young immigrants of the second generation, cultural mediation and conflict management, sectarianism, divisions in the urban space, interreligious and intercultural dialogue.
He has participated as a speaker at dozens of conferences / seminars in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Romania, Italy and Russia. He steadily collaborates with professors and researchers from universities in the United Kingdom, Romania, Russia and Portugal, engaging in interdisciplinary research. He is currently working in the project Actions of the Lifelong Learning addressing Multicultural Education and Tolerance in Russia (ALLMEET), funded by EACEA Tempus IV.
Zannoni, Federico; McKinney, Stephen (Eds.) (2015). Religion, Conflict and Education. Ricerche di Pedagogia e Didattica. Journal of Theories and Research in Education, 10, 1, special issue.
Zannoni, Federico (2015). La città divisa. Conflittualità, confini, prove di comunità. Milan: Franco Angeli.
Zannoni, Federico (2014). Second generation or generation of change? The impact of second generation immigrants on the present and the future of Italian society. International journal of Cross-cultural Studies and Environmnetal Communication, 1, 1, 2014, 85 – 96.
Zannoni, Federico; Bellelli, Michele (2014) The Reggiane Factory and New Immigrants: Memory and Local History to Strengthen Integration. In Perla Innocenti (Ed.). Migrating Heritage. Experiences of Cultural Networks and Cultural Dialogue in Europe. Farnham: Ashgate, 237 – 239.
Zannoni, Federico (Ed.) (2012). La società della discordia. Prospettive pedagogiche per la mediazione e la gestione dei conflitti. Bologna: CLUEB.
2013-2016. Actions of the Lifelong Learning addressing Multicultural Education and Tolerance in Russia (ALLMEET), funded by EACEA Tempus IV.