Born in the fateful 1977 in Monza, but resident in Biassono, Counts Verri's town, Alberto Caspani has got a PhD in theoretical philosophy with a dissertation on "Control and Transgression in Michel Foucault", at the University of Studies in Milan (prof. Carlo Sini). Since 1994 he's been working as a freelance journalist and travel writer, organizing expeditions in extreme areas. After the first experiences in local chronicles by appointment of "Il Cittadino di Monza e Brianza" (weekly newspaper) and "Il Giorno" (daily newspaper), Alberto began writing reports to various trade and consumer publications, including Travel Quotidiano, Viaggiando, Bell'Europa, D La Repubblica delle Donne, Il Venerdì di Repubblica, Panorama Travel, Russia Beyond The Headlines and Altreconomia

Thanks to his journeys, Alberto develops comparative studies between the main spiritual and philosophical traditions in Asia, Africa, Americas and Oceania, working among others with the Teosophical Society in Chennai (India), the Kaurna Cultural Centre in Adelaide (Australia), the Dungur Shamans Centre in Kyzyl (Russia), the Tibetisches Buddhistisches Zentrum in Huettenberg (Austria), as well as Iris Immaginale Atelier, by the University of Studies in Milan (Bicocca dept.). When in Biassono, Alberto works with "Carlo Verri" museum and Gral (Archaeo-historical research group on Lambro river area), holds seminars at the Popular University or Lugano IRG (Istituto per ricerche di gruppo, CH), enjoys running in Monza's Park and publishing books. He's also in charge of Lista per Biassono, civic list in the town council. 

email: altrimenti.net@gmail.com
skype: alberto.caspani