Irene Binini: I am a researcher in the field of History of Logic at the university of Parma, with a special interest in Ancient and Medieval Logic. Currently, I am a Marie Curie fellow at the University of Parma, where I am assistant professor in “Logic” and I teach a course in “Philosophy in the Medieval and Renaissance period”. The winning project of the Marie Sklodowska Curie global fellowship is dedicated to the modal theories of the Oxford Calculatores, and is carried out in collaboration with Prof. Fabrizio Amerini (University of Parma) and Peter King (University of Toronto). Until June 2019, I was a post-doc fellow at the University of Freiburg and, in January-December 2018, a visiting scholar at the University of Oxford. These research periods were funded by a DAAD PRIME fellowship. I received my PhD in September 2017 from the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa, Italy). My doctoral dissertation focused on 12th-century theories of modality, with a focus on Abelard’s modal logic. You may find my project on 12th century logic and my dissertation here. During the doctoral course, I was visiting student at the University of Cambridge (January-June 2016) and at the University of Auckland (September-December 2016). I graduated in 2013 at the University of Parma with a thesis on Aristotle’s theory of modality. I still collaborate with the University of Parma with many projects, such as the biennial Workshop on Medieval Logic and Metaphysic and the project “Philo-diffusione“. Apart from medieval logic and modal theories, I am deeply fond of music, walking and mountains, Italian food and slow ways of travelling. Since 2017, I am coordinator of festival It.a.cà, dedicated to responsible tourism (editions: 2017, 2018). I am a founding member of the philosophical association “Vita Activa” (http://apsvitaactiva.com/) and of the project “Idee in Bozza“. I am also a member of the association “Il Taccuino di Darwin“, which organizes outreach events mostly dedicated to the topics of sustainability, inter-culturality and active citizenship. For more information about my research and dissemination projects, please refer to: https://irenebinini.com/.
Fabrizio Amerini: I graduated in Philosophy (History of Logic) at the University of Florence (1996). I was a research fellow at the University of Copenhagen (2001-2002), I did research internships at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Québec, Canada: 2002) and at the Université du Québec à Montréal (Montréal, Canada: 2007). I obtained the Diploma in History of Medieval Philosophy at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (2003). I was Research Fellow in History of Medieval Philosophy (2003-2004) and then post-doctoral fellowship in History of Logic at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (2004-2006). I was Adjunct Professor of History of Medieval Philosophy at the University of Parma (2004-2006), then again in Parma confirmed University Researcher of History of Medieval Philosophy (2006-2014) and finally Associate Professor of History of Medieval Philosophy (2014-). In 2017 I obtained in 2017 the national scientific qualification as First Level Professor for SSD M-FIL/08 (2017-2023). Since 2004 I am a member of S.I.E.P.M. and S.I.S.P.M. (member of the Board of Directors, 2008-2014), since 2009 member of S.F.I., since 2013 member of “Société Thomiste”. I am a member of the Steering Committee of the journal “Documents and Studies on Medieval Philosophical Tradition” (2007), of the Scientific Committee of “Dominican Memoirs” (2008), of “Noctua” (2014) and of “PhiloHumanistica. Sulle orme degli antichi” (2018). I have been a speaker at numerous national and international conferences, and have organized several international conferences on the history of medieval philosophy. I am the author of more than 100 printed publications (articles, monographs and critical editions).
Elia Bozzi: I am a student enrolled in the master’s degree in philosophy at the University of Parma. I graduated in Philosophical Studies at the University of Parma with a dissertation concerning the mind-body problem in contemporary philosophy and in particular in D. Davidson. My main interests are in the field of analytical philosophy.