Ilaria Possenti

Foto Ilaria Possenti,  March 1, 2018
Position
Temporary Assistant Professor
Academic sector
SPS/01 - POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Research sector (ERC)
SH2_5 - Democratisation, social movements

SH5_12 - Ethics; social and political philosophy

SH2_2 - Social inequalities, social exclusion, social integration

Office
Palazzo di Lettere,  Floor 2,  Room 4
Telephone
+39 045802 8687
Fax
INDIRIZZO: I. Possenti, Palazzo di Lettere, Via San Francesco 22, 37129 Verona
E-mail
ilaria|possenti*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Personal web page
http://univr.academia.edu/IlariaPossenti
Curriculum
  • pdf   CV_eng   (pdf, it, 155 KB, 17/06/18)
  • pdf   CV_it   (pdf, it, 267 KB, 17/06/18)

Ilaria Possenti is a researcher of political philosophy at the Department of Human Sciences. She is the co-founder of the Hannah Arendt’s Center for Political Studies (www.arendtcenter.it/en) at the University of Verona. Her interests range from political philosophy to social philosophy, with particular reference to contemporary reflection on citizenship, political subjectivity and exclusion. From 2014 to 2017 she collaborated with the Programme “Exil-Desexil” of the Collège international de philosophie de Paris. Recently, she has been accepted to participate as a Fellow in the 2019 Institute for Critical Social Inquiry Summer Seminar (The New School for Social Research, New York).
Among her publications: "L’apolide e il paria” (Carocci, 2002); “Flessibilità” (Ombre Corte, 2012); "Lire Etienne Balibar à Istanbul. Violence et civilité", with M.C. Caloz-Tschopp and A. Insel (co-eds.), « Rue Descartes », n. 85-86, 2015; H. Arendt, “Socrate”, ed. by I. Possenti, with A. Cavarero and S. Forti (Cortina, 2015); “Pluralità e dualità. Note su Hannah Arendt”, in « Filosofia politica », 2, 2017; Dissonanze. Hannah Arendt e Leni Yahil, in Hannah Arendt, “L’amicizia e la Shoah. Corrispondenza con Leni Yahil” (Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna 2017); “Is the social antipolitical? Linda Zerilli on Liberalism, Feminism and Arendt”, in “Softpower”, IV, 2, 2017; “Rosa Luxemburg lue par Hannah Arendt”, in M.-C. Calotz-Tschopp, R. Felli, A. Chollet, eds., “Rosa Luxemburg, Antonio Gramsci, actuels?”, Préface d’Etienne Balibar (Kimé 2018); Migrazioni. Un’introduzione filosofico-politica (Pisa University Press 2018); Hannah Arendt: la banalità del male e il mondo degli Eichmann, in R. Pennella, ed., “Storie di ordinaria dissociazione. Non pensiero e trauma tra storia, arte e psicoanalisi” (Franco Angeli 2019); Violence extrême, ambiguïté et subjectivité politique: José Bleger , in “Vivre l’exil. Explorer des pratiques du desexil de l’exil” (L’Harmattan 2019); L’exil comme 'perte du monde'. Résistance, impuissance et responsabilité dans le Canal de Sicile, in “Exil et desexil. Histoire et globalisation” (L’Harmattan 2019).
 
 
Skills
Topic Description Research area
The right to have rights This research field investigates the Arendtian reflection on the "right to have rights" as a relevant contribution to philosophical and political reflection on contemporary migrations. Società inclusive e pratiche di cittadinanza
Social and political philosophy
Politics, economics and society Starting from a critical reading of the arendtian opposition between the socio-economic and political sphere, the research deals with a theoretical position, aiming to rethink "political freedom” in the perspective of the "social question" (labor, needs, poverty) . Società inclusive e pratiche di cittadinanza
Social and political philosophy
Projects
Title Starting date
Soggetto di diritto e vulnerabilità: modelli istituzionali e concetti giuridici in trasformazione 2/5/17




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