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Alan de Piccolo
Alan Del Piccolo, Post-doc Fellow 2017-18, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Alan Del Piccolo, Post-doc Fellow 2017-18, Venice

The themes of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice are topical now as they always were. The digital humanities can bring a fresh perspective to frame and disseminate them.

Andrea Drocco
Andrea Drocco, Fixed-term Researcher, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Andrea Drocco, Fixed-term Researcher, Venice

Only an interdisciplinary work on the humanities can shed light on the growth of religious extremism across the world.

Fabiana Zollo
Fabiana Zollo, Fixed-term Researcher, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Fabiana Zollo, Fixed-term Researcher, Venice

A cross-methodological approach is crucial to properly investigate the spreading of misinformation and its social dynamics.

Francesco Della Puppa
Francesco Della Puppa, Fixed-term Researcher 2017-19, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Francesco Della Puppa, Fixed-term Researcher 2017-19, Venice

As a sociologist and ethnographer, I observe young people of migrant origin and their artistic productions as actors of social change.

Giovanni Lapis
Giovanni Lapis, Ph.D. Student, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Giovanni Lapis, Ph.D. Student, Venice

The study of East Asian religions can broaden our horizons and foster critical self-reflection. I find great challenges and potential in religious and intercultural education.

Igiaba Scego
Igiaba Scego, Post-doc Fellow 2017-19, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Igiaba Scego, Post-doc Fellow 2017-19, Venice

In the conglomeration of ethnicities, destinies, imaginations, words and even colours that form our identities we find our freedom. The humanities are basically this freedom.

Ilenia Pittui
Ilenia Pittui, Ph.D. Student, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Ilenia Pittui, Ph.D. Student, Venice

In the past images were used to speak to illiterate people. Are we still capable of reading them?

Laura Calvaresi
Laura Calvaresi, Ph.D. student, Venice 1024 794 wernecke

Laura Calvaresi, Ph.D. student, Venice

Economics never existed without an ethical discourse. How did the world of Medieval merchants express itself? How does it speak to us?

Luigi D’amelia
Luigi D’amelia, Post-doc Fellow 2017-19, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Luigi D’amelia, Post-doc Fellow 2017-19, Venice

Studying religious and ethnic prejudices of the past helps us understand the roots of our current fears, dismantle forms of hatred against the «other» and build a new humanism.

Luigi Doria, Fixed-term Researcher, Venice 1024 683 domonda

Luigi Doria, Fixed-term Researcher, Venice

Questioning the nature of money and investigating its social perception are key to addressing crucial issues facing contemporary societies