On 1st October 2019, she started the postgraduate program at the “Giuseppe Alberigo” European School for Advanced Religious Studies of the Fondazione per le scienze religiose. Her research project concerns the Corpus Canonum in its Coptic tradition and translation (supervisor Prof. Alberto Camplani).
Education and Academic Experience
In September 2018 she obtained a master’s degree in Religious studies at Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis in History of Christianity entitled From meretrix to emblem of redemption: women, ascetics, saints in the Christian tradition of Late Antiquity (supervisor Prof. Emanuela Prinzivalli, co-supervisor Prof. Alberto Camplani).
During her university studies she spent five months at Université Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris and two months at Université de Strasbourg. In 2019, she did a postgraduate internship at Brepols Publisher in Turnhout.
In December 2016 she graduated in Classics at Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis in Medieval History entitled Teodora, Teodolinda, Marozia: women and power in the early Middle Ages in the testimonies of contemporaries (supervisor Prof. Eleonora Plebani).
Una sposa per Gesù. Tra antichità e postmoderno, a cura di E. Lupieri, Roma, Carocci, 2017, in «Contacts on the Move» 84, 2 (2018), pp. 342-362.
R. Franchi, Dalla Grande Madre alla Madre. La maternità nel mondo classico e cristiano: miti e modelli, 3 voll., Alessandria, Edizioni dell’Orso, 2018, in «Augustinianum» 60, 2 (2020), pp. 629-635.