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Curriculum Vitae (in English)

Valentina Gentile, Ph.D.

vgentile@luiss.it

Education:

07/2008: Ph.D. (Dr. phil.), Political Theory, LUISS Guido Carli,
Grade: Excellent (honour)

07/2003: M.A. (Italian Laurea), Political Science and IR, LUISS Guido Carli,
Grade: 110/110 cum Laude

Academic Posts:

09/2018- 09/2019: LUISS Guido Carli, Department of Political Science
Adjunct Professor in Global Justice and CSR

09/2016 : Antwerp University, Center Pieter Gillis
Visiting Professor (CUSANUS Grant)

03/2017-02/2023: National Habilitation in SPS01 – Political Philosophy

01/2016 – 12/2018: LUISS Guido Carli, Department of Political Science
Fixed-Term Lecturer in Political Philosophy (SIAE Grant)

01/2015 – 12/2015: LUISS Guido Carli, Department of Political Science
Senior Post-Doc Fellow Political Philosophy

01/2012- 05/2012: Antwerp University, Department of Philosophy
Visiting Scholar – Research fellowship funded by UCSIA (http://www.ucsia.org/)

01/2011 – 12/2014: LUISS Guido Carli, Department of Political Science
Post-doc Fellow in Political Philosophy

01/2010 – 12/2010: University College of London, School of Public Policy
Honorary Research Associate

08/2007- 04/2008: Utrecht University, Center for Conflict Studies
Marie Curie Pre-Doctoral Fellow- Research fellowship funded by the European Commission, FP 6.

Key Publications

  • Gentile, V. (eds with L. Bialasawicz), (Forthcoming). Spaces of Religious freedom and Toleration. Routledge, UK.
  • Gentile V. (2018). “Intellectuals’ Engagement in Italy: Sebastiano Maffettone and the Public Intellectual”, Notizie di Politeia, vol. 34 (132):55-63.
  • Gentile V. (2018). “Rawls’s inclusivism and the case of ‘religious militants for peace’: A reply to Weithman’s restrictive inclusivism”, Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), vol 8(1): 13-33.
  • Gentile V. (2018). “Modus Vivendi Liberalism, Practice-Dependence and Political Legitimacy”, in Biblioteca della Libertà, LIII (222): 1-25.
  • Gentile V. (2018). “From a Culture of Civility to Deliberative Reconciliation in Deeply Divided Societies”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 49 (2): 229-51.
  • Gentile V. (2017). “Democratic Justice: The Priority of Politics and the Ideal of Citizenship”, in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP), 20 (2): 211-221.
  • Gentile V. (2017). “Clean Trade, Anti-Paternalism and Resources’ Entitlement”, in Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 7, No. 1: 79-94.
  • Gentile V. (2017). ‘De Politiek van ‘Interreligieuze dialoog’ Religieuze rechtvaardigingen en ‘rechtvaardige’ verzoening’, Streven, 84(6): 505-516.
  • Gentile, V. (eds. with T. Bailey), (2015). Rawls and Religion, Columbia University Press, New York.
  • Gentile, V. (2015). “Secularism in Plural Post-Colonial Societies: Is Liberal Toleration Enough?”, in P. Losonczi and W. Van Herck (eds.), Secularism, Religion, and Politics: Concepts and Context in India and Europe, Routledge, New Delhi.
  • Gentile V. (2014). “Reconsidering contested secessions: unfeasibility and indeterminacy”, in Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 4, No. 1: 35-49.
  • Gentile, V., (2013) From Identity-Conflicts to Civil Society: Restoring Human Dignity and Pluralism in Deeply Divided Societies, Luiss University Press, Rome (with a Post-scriptum by Neera Chandhoke).
  • Gentile V. (2013). ‘“Epistemic Injustice” and the “Right to not be Poor”: Bringing Recognition into the Debate on Global Justice’, Global Policy 4, no.4.
  • Gentile V. (2013). (with Di Paola M.), “Globalizing Justice: a Multidimensional Approach 1. Economics” Global Policy 4, no.2
  • Gentile V. (2013). (with Di Paola M.). “Globalising Justice: a Multidimensional Approach 1. Economics: Indicators and Policy Implications” Global Policy 4, no.3.
  • Gentile V. (2013). (with Di Paola M.), “Globalising Justice: a Multidimensional Approach 2. Global Justice as Recognition: Dealing with Diversity in a Pluralised World”, Global Policy 4, no.4.
  • Gentile V. (2013). “Microcredito in Italia: una prospettiva etica per uno sviluppo efficiente ed equo”, in E. Pfoestl (ed.), Finanza e inclusione sociale in Italia: l’esperienza del microcredito, Edizioni Apes.
  • Gentile V. (2012) (with Tom Bailey), “Religion and the Limits of Liberalism. Editors’ Preface”, Philosophia 40:175–178.
  • Gentile V. (2012). “Sostenibilità d’Impresa”, RIVISTA BANCARIA. MINERVA BANCARIA, vol. 2, p.118-124, ISSN: 1594-7556.
  • Gentile V. (2011). “Business Ethics”, in Bankpedia Review, n.1.
  • Gentile V. (2010). “Etica degli Affari”, in Rivista Bancaria. MINERVA BANCARIA, VOL. 25, ISSN:1594-7556
  • Gentile V. (2009). «Cultura di civiltà» e Associazioni di Famiglie nella Bosnia dopo Dayton”. In Fqp- Filosofia e Questioni Pubbliche, vol. XV, n. 1/08, ISBN 978- 884281560 – 0, pp.135- 152.

Coordination and Responsibilities

  • From 01/2013 : Deputy Director of the CEGP- Centre for Ethics and Global Politics (http://cegp.luiss.it/),  Department of Political Science,  Luiss University, Rome
  • 2016- 2018: Deputy Coordinator of the PhD in Politics PhD Program in Politics: History, Theory and Science Department of Political Science, Luiss University, Rome

Organization of Conferences

  • 21-23 June 2018, Rome, ASPP (Association for Social and Political Philosophy) Conference 2018 on “Legitimacy”
  • 14 December 2017, Antwerpen. International Symposium “Religious Intersections” with a discussion on Paul Weithman’s “Rawls, Political Liberalism and Reasonable Faith”
  • 15/16 Dec. 2016- “Spaces of Tolerance: The politics and geopolitics of religious freedom in Europe”, co-convenor Luiza Bialasiewicz (UvA); location Amsterdam.
  • 21 Mar. 2016 – Conference ‘Stakeholder Theory: limits and Possibilities”, LUISS University.
  • 25 May 2015 – Symposium “Democratic Justice and the Social Contracts”, with Albert Weale (UCL), Andreas Foellesdal (OSLO), Vittorio Bufacchi (Cork), Luciano Andreozzi (Trento); location: Rome.
  • 26 Feb. 2015 – Symposium “A Political Theory of Territory”, with Margaret Moore (Queen’s), Sebastiano Maffettone (LUISS), Leonardo Morlino (LUISS), Ian Carter (Università di Pavia), Vittorio Bufacchi (University College Cork), Gianfranco Pellegrino (LUISS); Location: Rome.
  • 22 Apr. 2014 – Symposium “Contested secessions”, with Neera Chandhokee (Indian Council of Social Science Research), Allen Buchanan (Duke) and Margaret Moore (Queen’s).
  • 16-18 Dec. 2010 – International Conference ‘Between Rawls and Religion’, co-convened with Tom Bailey (John Cabot), Aakash Singh (LUISS) and Peter Losonczi (UAntwerpen).
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