Line of research

New trans-medial forms and generative processes of knowledge; Computer based stemmatology and digital editions; From manuscripts to digital technology; Transformation of the political participation and of the citizenship forms; transformation of the relations among language, medium and message; Utopian and Dystopian languages; eco-criticism; post-humanism.

Text and texts: translation, rewriting, adaptations; Construction of trans-medial and cross-medial contents (storytelling and cultural products); Orality, writing and textuality; Philosophy of the hypertext; imitation, reuse, plagiarism (ancient and new rules on copyright); diffusion, circulation and sustainability of the texts (manuscripts, documental sources, artistic collections, audiovisual products, medial industries); Cultural systems and products (economic and organizational dimension, sustainability, circular economy, public support and political-cultural consequences).

Trans-mediality and philosophy of the web; Collective and interdisciplinary research prospectives for the ancient disciplines (digitalization of sources and cultural heritage); Re-think libraries and archives; Social impact of the web (privacy and oblivion, personal and web corporate reputation); Freedom of information and fake news; financial information and communication: efficiency and distortion of the markets; organization and greater good.

Case studies as intersections of space/time/medium; Phenomenology and freedom of virtual and augmented environments; The borderline of medias: anatomy, cartography, writing; Meaning and political functions of memory; Phenomenology of perception and media; Philosophy and linguistic medium.

Education, formation and education from a digital point of view (media literacy and media education, digital divide and inclusive education, ethical development, cyber bullying, didactic perspectives); Digital innovation and juridical transformation (smart working, digital contract, e-commerce); Mediatisation of social phenomena.