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December 2019

Young Scholars Florence Fellowships 2019: the results

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Here are the results of the ‘Young Scholars Florence Fellowships 2019’

1st March-30th June / 15th September-15th December 2019

Mariana García Palacios (Universidad de Buenos Aires – Argentina) ‘Children and Childhood within Religious Studies. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Qom Children’s Religious Knowledge’ Olga Kusenko (Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Philosophy, Moscow – Federazione Russa) ‘Riflessioni sulle vie della cultura cristiana nel XX secolo. Il caso delle ricerche russe sul pensiero filosofico rinascimentale (Zabughin, Anan’in, Bibikhin)’ Julia Rombough (University of Toronto – Canada) ‘Sound and Air Quality in the Florentine Convents, XVIth-XVIIth Centuries’ The Scientific Direction of our Institute has appreciated and very positively valued all the tens of applications received and, after a careful and in-depth assessment, has chosen the three above-mentioned winners, who are indicated in strictly alphabetical order, pointing out that the excluded candidates will be able to apply for the next call for fellowships.

The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History 2019’: the merit ranking

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The merit ranking of the ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History 2019’ (two winners)

  1. Jacopo De Santis (first award)
  2. Giulia Vidori (second award)
  3. Davi Chang Ribeiro Lin
  4. Davide Esposito
  5. Renato Giacomelli
  6. Luca Al Sabbagh – Miriam Benfatto – Maria Elena Cuenca Rodríguez – Francesca Guiducci – Roberto Marinaccio – Silvia Toppetta

The Committee has judged worth of serious attention all the applications. The selection was managed by asking a detailed referee to the members of the Committee specialist in every single scientific areas. Then, the Committee has fulfilled a second turn of selection, compiling the above quoted merit ranking, gathering together the essays which were comparable for quality and coherence.

The Archives of the Holy See: the results of the selection

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Here are the 12 candidates selected to participate to the workshop ‘The Archives of the Holy See: an Introduction’, which will take place in Rome from 20th to 24th January 2020.

1) Mariana Brum Fonseca – Portugal
2) Ruiwen Chen – Hong Kong (China)
3) Cristina Costa Gomes – Portugal
4) Mariana Françozo – The Netherlands
5) Gilbert D. Jones – United States
6) Francesco P. Lacopo – United States
7) Ben Long – Ireland
8) Karina Moret-Miranda – Australia
9) Isabel Murta Pina – Portugal
10) Abigail Ortega – Spain
11) Devaka Premawardhana – United States
12) Ian M. Shank – United States