Emanuele Amo is a PhD candidate in Human Geography at Aberystwyth University's department of Geography and Earth Sciences. His research interests lie within the study of rural geography and poststructural theory. Emanuele's research is founded by an AberDoc Scholarship.
Emanuele holds a MSc degree in Human Geography from University of Bristol; his MSc thesis, a cooperative research with the Slow Food Movement, was awarded the University of Bristol Outstanding Research Prize 2017-2018.
He obtained his undergraduate degree in Humanities from University of Turin, Italy.
Awarded University of Bristol Outstanding Research Prize 2017- 2018
Awarded Dudley Stamp Memorial Award 2021. Royal Geographical Society
Award nominee Postgraduate Teacher of the Year – Aberystwyth University Student Awards 2021
Instructor and Graduate Tutor, (October 2020-July 2021):
Placing Politics (GS23020); Researching the World: data collection and analysis (ABO 2020-2021); Researching the Social World (ABO 2020-2021), Geography Fieldwork (ABO 2020-2021), Geographies of the Global Countryside (GG36820).
Graduate Teaching Assistant, (October 2020-July 2021):
Conflict and Changes - the making of urban and rural spaces (GS10220)
Associate Lecturer (October 2021-Ongoing):
Geographies of the Global Countryside (GG36820), Conflict and Changes - the making of urban and rural spaces (GS10220), Living with Global Change (GS11000), Understanding Sameness and Difference (GS15120)