Rosa Alberoni lives and works in Milan, Italy.

Professor of Sociology at IULM University in Milan.
Journalist and copywriter.

Scriptwriter for Italian television and radio: Orpheus for RAI channel 2 TV (1986) Noi due (The Two of Us) for TV Odeon (2001).
Her articles have appeared in such leading Italian newspapers as La Stampa and Il Giorno. At present she writes a weekly column for Corriere della Sera Magazine as well as a monthly editorial for Voglia di Mare.

She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Piccolo Teatro-Teatro d'Europa in Milan, Italy.

She has published the following scholarly works relative to her field:

  • Awareness and Utopia in Bertold Brecht (1977)
  • Galileo: The Denial of the Sky (1979)
  • The Mass Media Era (1986)
  • The Workings of Everyday Life (1986)
  • Myths about Daily Life (1986)
  • Time Explorers - conceptions of History from Vico to Popper (1994)
  • "I am You are the house" in I beni di cittadinanza (The Rewards of Citizenship) (2000)
  • Hegel the Sociologist, Our Contemporary (2000)
  • Sociological Research on the Emotions and Consumption Patterns of the Elderly (2001)
  • Identity and Persona (2004)
  • Myths and Social Change (2005)
  • A Look at Sociology: Fragments (2005)


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