Parma, Nov. 10, 2023 - Stefano Magagnoli will be the new Director of the Department of Economics and Management at the University of Parma for the four-year period January 1, 2024 - December 31, 2027.

The elections were held yesterday, Thursday, November 9. Prof. Magagnoli received, in the first round of voting, 76 votes out of 89 voters (101 eligible voters). An absolute majority of those eligible to vote was required for this first ballot.

These are the official results of the ballot:

Stefano Magagnoli 76

Mario Menegatti 3

Luca Di Nella 1

Gino Gandolfi 1

Beatrice Luceri 1

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Stefano Magagnoli is a full professor of Economic History at the Department of Economics and Management at the University of Parma and teaches Global History and Economic History of Europe and European Food in the undergraduate courses in Economics and Management (three-year degree) and in Economics and Management of Sustainable Food Systems (master's degree). He is a member of the Teachers' Board of the PhD course in Economics and Management of Innovation and Sustainability (EMIS) at the University of Parma. He is currently a member of the Academic Senate of the University of Parma and the Director's delegate for prevention and security and coordination of relations with the degree programs in Political Science and International Relations (three-year) and International and European Relations (master's) of the Department of Law, Political and International Studies. Among other managerial and organizational assignments, he was Chairman of the Department's Teaching Commission from 2017 to 2020.

He was a Visiting Professor at Sorbonne University in Paris and Southwestern Research Institute of Ethnic Minorities, Southwest Minzu University in Chengdu, China. Chercheur Associé at the Centre d'Etudes des Mondes Moderne et Contemporaine, University Bordeaux-Montaigne, he is a member of scientific and editorial committees of various journals and series. His publications and research activities have focused in recent years in the area of food history and particularly on the themes of reputation, typicality and food nomadisms.


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