Was born in Rome in 1989. She studied philosophy at the University of Padua and Galileian School for Higher Education. She gained an LLP/ERASMUS scholarship for the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris) in 2013 to write her thesis abroad. While in Paris, she also worked as art handler and press agent for Galerie Piéce Unique. She graduated in March 2014 with the dissertation: Esegesi e filosofia nel de Genesi ad litteram di Agostino d’Ippona. In April 2015 she obtained the Galileian Diploma.
She is PhD candidate at the Alta Scuola europea di scienze religiose Giuseppe Alberigo since October 2014. She is a member of the research team on history of ecumenism, working on the influence of patristics in Yves Congar’s pneumatology. She spent last year at the Centre Sèvres – Faculté Jesuite de Paris, attending courses and working on the Congar Archives kept in Le Saulchoir’s library.
H. Ashley All, Philip Melanchton and the Cappadocians. A reception of Greek patristic sources in the Sixteenth Century, Cristianesimo nella Storia 37 (2016)