Assistant professor in History of Christianity, he has obtained the National Scientific Habilitation as associated professor in 11/A4 (M-STO/07, Paleography and History of Christianity). His research interests are Patristics (more precisely, the history of exegesis, gnosticism, and the alexandrian tradition) and a number of deep-rooted diachronical themes (conciliar history, political theology, use of Church Fathers during the Modern and Contemporary Eras, wars of religion).
He is spokesman of the Lecturers at the University Council of Historians of Christianity and Churches (CUSCC).
He is the deputy director of the master degree in History and Oriental Studies as well as a member of the Quality Assurance Board of the master on Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology.
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