MIGNOSA Valentina

Position
Research Grant Holder
E-mail
valentina.mignosa@unive.it
845472@stud.unive.it
Website
www.unive.it/persone/valentina.mignosa (personal record)
Office
Department of Humanities
Website: https://www.unive.it/dep.humanities
Research Institute
Research Institute for Digital and Cultural Heritage

Research Interests

History and culture of the Greek West in the Archaic and Classical periods (colonisation processes; migration and mobility in the Mediterranean; development, and characteristics of the urban landscape; urban sociology); Social history (development of the aristocracy and the role of the demos in colonial contexts); Epigraphy in the Greek West (literacy and epigraphic landscape in Sicily); Digital epigraphy; Application of digital resources for the study of territory and communication routes in the ancient world.

 

Research and Work Assignments

Currently working as a Post-doctoral Research Associate at Ca' Foscari University of Venice, within the MAS project (PI: Prof. S. De Vido)

Research fellow at Fondation Hardt, Vandoeuvres, Switzerland (October-November 2021)

Post-doctoral Research Associate (October 2020-January 2022) at the University of Oxford, as part of the ERC project Crossreads (PI: Prof. J. Prag)

Responsible for translation and update of the Axon. Greek Historical Inscriptions database (July 2020-September 2020)

Member of the Editorial Board of the journal Axon. Greek Historical Inscriptions (October 2016-present)

 

Academic Background

Ph.D in Ancient Heritage Studies (2020), Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Inter-University PhD programme, in partnership with Dottorato in Scienze dell’Antichità. Dissertation: Mobilità, paesaggi urbani e società a Siracusa tra l’età arcaica e la metà del IV secolo a.C. Supervisor: Prof. S. De Vido

M.A. in Ancient Heritage Studies, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Thesis: Le parole della colonizzazione. Definizioni generali e modelli interpretativi negli studi sulla Magna Grecia (110/110 cum laude). Supervisor: Prof. S. De Vido, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice; Co-supervisors: Prof. C. Antonetti, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Prof. O. Tribulato, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

B.A. in Classics, Università degli Studi di Catania. Thesis: Picciolo il dardo ma che giunge al cielo: Leopardi dalla traduzione degli Idilli di Mosco ai Canti (110/110 cum laude). Supervisor: Prof. R. Galvagno

 

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7122-2511