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Introducing myself and my journal: Probashi

About Me:
Hi! My name is Elisa. I'm an italian 30 year-old girl who has just moved to the Netherlands to start a Research Master in Gender and Ethnicity in Utrecht University. I currently live in Amsterdam, where I am trying to slowly make my way through Dutch way of life.
I have worked for the last three years as a teacher of italian language in a school for migrant women in Rome. I love working in the social sector, in contact with people, and I am already starting to do some volunteering here with some organizations.
I have a passion for photography and I am trying to find a way to combine it with my research project. I don't have a clear idea on how to do it yet, but it will come eventually. Along with photography, I am a skater (I love it!), I am trying to learn ho to juggle decently, I watch movies and listen to music. Ah, I'm vegan since 13 years and I love when vegan food is combined to good music or good movies. And here in the Netherlands, it happens quite often.

My Passions:
Photography, books, juggling, films and music

My Challenges:
Use photography as a tool for my research, be hybrid

My Areas of Expertise:
Gender and ethnicity, migration


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