Pasquale SERRA Curriculum

 Pasquale Serra is currently Researcher on Sociology of Political Phenomena at the University of Salerno, Department of Political and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Literature and Philosophy. In 2009-2010, he has thought History of Modern Political Thought in the BA course in Sociology at the University of Salerno. From 2010 to present he has thought Sociology at the same BA course.



Pasquale Serra graduated cum laude in Political Sciences from the University of Bari, Faculty of Political Science, with a thesis on: R. Dahrendorf. Methodological Problems for the Study of Modernity. He obtained his PhD in History of Political Doctrines, Political Institutions and Political Philosophy at University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’. He conducted research activities at the University of Salerno, Faculty of Literature and Philosophy, in the framework of a project on Political Methodology and the Contemporary World and for two years he was research fellow at the University of Salerno, Faculty of Literature and Philosophy.   



Other academic activities:



Member of the teaching staff of the PhD programme in Sociology, Social analysis, Public Policies and Theory and History of Institutions, University of Salerno.



Member of the Centre of European Studies at the Department of Communication, Social and Political Sciences, University of Salerno. 







Member of the editorial board of the journal ‘Democrazia e Diritto’ (Law and Democracy).



Member of the editorial board of the journal ‘Rivista di Politica’ (Journal of Politics).



Member of the scientific commette of the book series ‘Laboratorio di Politica’ (Laboratory of Politics), Aracne, Rome.



Director of the the book series ‘Studi di Filosofia, Politica e Diritto’ (Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Law), Aracne, Rome.



Researcher at the Centre for the Reform of the State, Rome.