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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 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

Massimo Warglien, Board Member
Massimo Warglien, Board Member, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Massimo Warglien, Board Member, Venice

Text analysis offers huge opportunities to improve how we understand and predict conflict.

Sabrina Marchetti, Board Member
Sabrina Marchetti, Board Member, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Sabrina Marchetti, Board Member, Venice

As a feminist scholar, I believe in the power of art and of the Humanities in changing our understanding of society, culture and economic life. I am happy to be part of this project.

Shaul Bassi
Shaul Bassi, Center Director, Venice 1024 794 wernecke

Shaul Bassi, Center Director, Venice

Cultural difference can push people apart; art and the humanities can bring them together in a sustainable world.

Tiziana Lippiello, Board Member
Tiziana Lippiello, Board Member, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Tiziana Lippiello, Board Member, Venice

As a scholar of Chinese culture, I believe that to be inclusive means to enhance cultural diversity, listen to and respect the other, and learn to share our thoughts and cultural habits.