Alberta Giorgi is Assistant professor at the University of Bergamo, and associate researcher of the research groups GSRL (Paris) and CRAFT (Turin), and the research centre CES (Coimbra). She participated to Grassrootsmobilise ERC-funded project. She is in the board of the research network on Religion (Italian Association of Sociology), vice-chair of the research network Political Sociology (European Sociological Association), co-convenor of the standing group Political Participation and Social Movements (Italian Association of Political Science). Among her publications: European Culture Wars and the Italian Case. Which Side Are You On? (Routledge 2016, co-authored with L. Ozzano); Minoranze religiose tra Europa e Laicità locale (Mimesis, 2018). Guest editor (selection) Women, Religion, and Secularism, Social Compass (2017), con K. Aune M. Lovehim, T. Toldy, T. Utrainen; Religion and territorial politics in southern Europe, Religion, State and Society (2016), co-edited with X. Itçaina. Current projects Populism, Religion and Gender, Identities (forthcoming), co-edited with C. Norocel; Handbook of Religion and Politics in Europe, Routledge (forthcoming), co-edited with E. Fokas. She works on intersection of religion and politics – namely secularism, and gender and religion.