Margherita Romagnoni is an international editor, writer and translator.
Born in the north of Italy in 1984, she used to live all around Europe and in South America, as part of her academic, professional and life experience.
In 2018, she definitely came back to Italy, where she lives alternately in the city of Bologna and in a small village placed on the Alps.
In 2008, she earned a Degree in Ethno-anthropological Sciences. In 2012, she subsequently earned a Master’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, focusing on the specific fields of Medical Anthropology and HIV/AIDS Studies.
As a fellow scholar, in 2015 she also earned the Erasmus Mundus Master’s Degree in Women and Gender Studies (GEMMA). During her research time in Buenos Aires, she investigated Latin American perspectives on gender and sexuality, applying postcolonial feminist theories.
During her academic career, Margherita Romagnoni has been a scholar of the following universities: Università degli Studi di Bologna, Universidad de Granada, Central European University of Budapest and Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Nowadays, Margherita Romagnoni’s priority concerns are feminist perspectives on mental health, which she is approaching across every life dimension, mostly through latin american and spanish Mad-feminist activism.
Finally, she took in 2022 a non-academic program for Gender Based Violence Specialists.
Margherita Romagnoni’s professional life reflects her academic interests. Therefore, as a queer feminist, she has been very active in the field of social work for gender equality and against homophobia, lesbophobia and transphobia and any other social discrimination and oppression.
Five years ago, she started Pluma Traidora, which is a project of professional writing and translation. In a few years, Pluma Traidora turned itself into a proper, mostly full time job that Margherita really loves to do, for she has belonged to Writing and Poetry since she was a little girl.