Letizia is a Medical Anthropologist and joined the Department of Social and Policy Studies in April 2020 as University Teacher in Sociology of Health.
Letizia has conducted long-term ethnographic fieldwork in Italy and Greece. Her research interests revolve around issues of care, gender and kinship; biomedicine, pharmaceuticals and post-crisis statecraft projects.
For the past six years Letizia has been using creative and visual methods to produce ethnography. At the moment she is working on her ethnographic novel ‘I measured out the crisis with Panadol tablets. An illustrated ethnography.’
- Sociology of Health
- Qualitative Research Methods
- Bonanno, L. 2020. Eerie desires for the authoritarian state. Covid-19 Updates from Italy. AllegraLab Online [March 2020] https://allegralaboratory.net/eerie-desires-for-the-authoritarian-state-covid-19-updates-from-italy/
- Bonanno, L. 2019. I swear I hated it. Therefore I drew it. Entaglements. Experiments in multimodal ethnography 20(2):39-55. https://entanglementsjournal.org/i-swear-i-hated-it/
- Bonanno, L. 2019. Drawing as a mode of translation. American Anthropologist. Special Issue on Multimodal Ethnography. [August 2019- Online] http://www.americananthropologist.org/ethno-graphic-bonanno/