Past Speakers

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Prof. Fereshteh Ahmadi

Prof. Fereshteh Ahmadi is a full professor in Sociology at the Department of Social Work and Criminology, University of Gävle, Sweden. Ahmadi specializes in health and existential issues and responsible for several national and international projects, on meaning-making coping with cancer, with Covid-19, also with grief, that have given rise to dozens scientific books and articles.

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Dr. Sresha Yadav nee Ghosh

Dr. Sresha Yadav nee Ghosh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Humanities at IIIT-Raipur, India. She was a recipient of MHRD scholarship assistance during her Ph.D. tenure at IIT Roorkee and has published several research articles in edited books and reputed journals. She is a member of ELTAI, Cognitive Science Society, and British Council India. She is presently working in the field of language and cognition, interdisciplinary studies in language and literature and ELT.

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Prof. Akis (Theodoros) Giovazolias

Prof. Akis (Theodoros) Giovazolias is a Professor of Counselling Psychology at the Department of Psychology, University of Crete, Greece. His research interests focus on parental and intimate acceptance-rejection and its correlates on the psychological adjustment of children and young adults, especially student populations. In 2015 he was awarded the Annual Award of European Association of Counselling Psychology for Outstanding Contribution to Counselling Psychology across Europe.

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Miss. Alba García-Martínez

Miss. Alba García-Martínez (Alba Refulgente) works and lives in Badalona, a residential city near Barcelona, an aspect that has influenced her artistic career. She studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, where she completed her studies with a Master's Degree in Artistic Creation, both with honorable mention. She has just finished her PhD on the game as an artistic medium in the same University with the FPU scholarship for young researchers and teaches several subjects of sculptural processes in it. Her artistic work is born from everyday life, between the relationship of the population with their objects. She is currently working with toys found in the trash. She has been awarded with several prizes such as the Werner Töni or the Microresidencia in the Cuauht of Azuqueca. She has permanent work at the U Arts Space of Chengdu (China) and La Doce de Boiro (A Coruña, Spain). She is curator of the NEGOCIO exhibition winner of the III Buit Blanc at the CC Las Cigarreras de Alicante (2018).

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Ms. Amber Duivenvoorden

Amber Duivenvoorden is a third year PhD researcher in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University. Her research centres around how the nuances of a minority culture can be retained when writing fiction in the English language. As part of her PhD, she is writing a collection of short stories about Malta, with particular focus on how the country’s political concerns have developed from post-war to contemporary times. Her work has been published in the Bristol Short Story Prize 2017, the internationally refereed postgraduate journal antae,The Transnational Journal and in hic et nunc.

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Mrs. Erjola Xhuvani

Mrs. Erjola Xhuvani works as a lawyer. Her experience in the public and private sector for more than 20 years helped her to reach the highest performance levels in the complex processes of EU integration. Actually she works in the Ministry of Justice and teaches in Wisdom College University in Tirana.

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Mrs. Alexandrina Popescu-Cruceanu

Mrs. Alexandrina Popescu-Cruceanu graduate in History, Geography and Letters. Currently, PhD student at the University "Stefan cel Mare” from Suceava, Romania. Specializing in the field of contemporary history, demography, medical geography. Author of research on the economic, psycho-social, cultural, medical and literary history from Romania and Poland. Doctor in Geography.

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