Carla Vitantonio

Columnist | Italy Growing up in the middle of nowhere (Southern Italy), Carla Vitantonio has always been a performer. After completing her M.A. in International Relations at Bologna University, she moved to Seoul, South Korea, where she worked at the Italian Institute of Culture. Previous career stints have included editor at Ubulibri and University of Bologna, as well as anchorwoman for various Italian local radio stations. Carla was awarded the prize for young writers “movimenti” in 2009 and has published articles and short-novels with Ubulibri, Vallardi, Carta, and Cicorivolta among others.
Playa Giron

Playa Giron

Sociecity’s Carla Vitantonio reflects on the plights of Italian revolutionaries whose stories are not unlike those who have come before them, and who are acting during the present day in concert with those in nations around the world.

The New Cyborg in Seoul

The New Cyborg in Seoul

Seoul really is the most technologically advanced city, and as columnist Carla Vitantonio notes, the new cyborgs have already been born. Join Carla as she explores life and gender issues through the eyes of an Italian woman in South Korea.

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