Katiuscia Carnà

An analyst specializing in Indian language and culture, sociology, interculturalism and religions. After obtaining a degree in Languages and Oriental Society and receiving two Master’s degrees in Religions and Cultural Mediation and Sociology (Theory and Research), she won a PhD in Educational and Social Research. She is a Hindi language and Indian culture teacher, a translator and linguistic and cultural mediator, and a co-author of texts and interfaith courses. She has studied and carried out volunteer projects in Africa and India and conducted research on Indian and Punjabi Sikh cultures. Languages: Italian, English, Hindi Urdu, Bengali.