(M.A. Bologna, M.Litt. & PhD St. Andrews, PhD Vercelli) specializes
in the philosophy of mind, epistemology, metaphysics and the history of
analytic philosophy. She is lecturer at the University of Modena and
Reggio Emilia and Associate Director of the Research Centre in
Philosophy COGITO. After
completing her studies at St. Andrews, she has held research grants at
the University of Bologna, Fribourg (CH) and Modena, as well as a
Fulbright Research Fellowship at Columbia University (New York) and a
Research Fellowship at the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies at
Columbia University in the city of New York, where she serves as Chair
of the Italian Academy Alumni Fellows Association (IAAFA).
In 2006 and 2007 she has benefited from an Alexander von Humboldt
Fellowship, held at the University of Heidelberg. She has held other
international Fellowships and has been visiting Professor at Paris 7 in
2009. Her books include (with Elisabetta Sacchi) Singular Thoughts. Perceptual-Demonstrative and I-Thoughts (2001), Moore e Wittgenstein: scetticismo, certezza e senso comune (2003, under contract with Palgrave for an English translation), I concetti (2004/2006), (with Elisabetta Lalumera) Pensare. Leggi ed errori del ragionamento (2006), I modi del relativismo (2009). She is the co-editor (with Eva Picardi) of Wittgenstein Today (2004), and editor of Filosofia analitica. Temi e problemi (2007), Mind, Meaning and Knowledge: Themes from the Philosophy of Crispin Wright (2009, forthcoming). She is the author of several articles appeared in Italian and international journals.