KATINIS Teodoro

Qualifica Assegnista
E-mail teodoro.katinis@unive.it
Sito web www.unive.it/persone/teodoro.katinis (scheda personale)
Struttura Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali
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 Teodoro Katinis

Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage

Ca’ Foscari University

Palazzo Malcanton Marcorà

Dorsoduro 3484/D - 30123  Venezia (Italy)

teodoro.katinis@unive.it

tkatini1@alumni.jh.edu

Home phone: +1 443 552 0774

https://unive.academia.edu/TeodoroKatinis

 

 

·       Degrees

 

Ph.D., Italian, Johns Hopkins University, Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures, May 21, 2015.

Dissertation: A World of Appearances: Sperone Speroni and the Debate over Sophistry in the Italian Renaissance. Advisors: Prof. Christopher S. Celenza, Prof. Walter Stephens.

Dottorato di Ricerca (the Ph.D. degree in Italy), Philosophy and Theory of the Human Sciences, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Dipartimento di Filosofia, April 22, 2004

Dissertation: Marsilio Ficino e la peste: teoria e prassi di un sapere medico filosofico. Con la trascrizione del Consilio contro la pestilentia (Firenze 1481). Advisors: Prof. Germana E. Ernst, Prof. Sebastiano Gentile.

 

Teaching Certification, Ministry of Education, University and Research, Italy, 2001

Recipient of a national award granted through a highly competitive process for selecting high school teachers for full-time permanent positions in Philosophy, History, Pedagogy, Psychology.

 

Laurea cum laude, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Dipartimento di Filosofia, July 7, 1998

Thesis: Aspetti del pensiero filosofico di Marsilio Ficino: “spiritus”, magia naturale e immaginazione. Supervisor: Prof. Germana Elisa Ernst, mark: 110/110.

 

·       Professional Positions

 

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, University Ca’ Foscari of Venice, 2015-2017.

Research project: Sperone Speroni (1500-1588) and the Rebirth of Sophistry in the Italian Renaissance (score: 97.60/100)

 

Affiliate Instructor of Italian, Loyola University Maryland, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Spring 2015

 

Instructor, Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD), 2010-2014

Graduate Student Instructor, Intermediate Italian II (CEFR B1), Spring 2014

Instructor, Rome as Told by its Narrators (Intersession January 2014)

Instructor, Dean’s Teaching Fellowship course, Rome as Told by its Narrators: A Journey through History, Literature, Arts and Film (Section 1 in English, Section 2 in Italian, Fall 2013)

Graduate Student Instructor, Advanced Italian I (CEFR B2), Fall 2011 and 2012

TA, online course Italian Elements I-II (CEFR A1/A2), Summer 2012

Graduate Student Instructor, Advanced Italian II (CEFR B2), Spring 2012 and 2013

Instructor, Italian Elements I (CEFR A1), Intersession January 2012

Graduate Student Instructor, Italian Elements II (CEFR A2), Spring 2011

Graduate Student Instructor, Italian Elements I (CEFR A1), Fall 2010

Two-session seminar on the Divine Comedy as a part of prof. Pier Massimo Forni’s pedagogical course on the teaching of Dante to American undergraduates (Dante’s Inferno: A Reading for Teaching. Spring 2011).

 

Invited Lecturer, University of Warsaw (Poland), November 22nd, 2013

One-session class on the Platonic Academy of Florence in the course Culture in Print in 16th Century Europe held by prof. Valentina Lepri in The Interdisciplinary Research Faculty of “Artes Liberales”.

 

Invited Lecturer, Accademia dei Desiderosi (Rome, Italy), 2009-2010

Lectures: Interpretazioni di Mussolini e del fascismo. La storia per immagini: illustrazioni e foto dall’Italia del primo Novecento. Il dibattito tra interventisti e neutralisti all’inizio della Grande Guerra: i futuristi, D’Annunzio, Mussolini, Giolitti. Bergson e l’esperienza artistica.

 

Full-time Teacher, Liceo F. Enriques (Rome, Italy), 2007-2010

History from Middle Ages to the 20th century

Philosophy from Ancient Greece to Contemporary Europe.

 

Part-time Teacher, several high schools (Rome, Italy), 2005-2007.

 

Teaching Assistant, Università degli Studi Roma Tre (Italy), 2003

Seminar on Marsilio Ficino and Neo-Platonism as part of prof. G. Ernst’s course on History of Renaissance Philosophy.

 

Instructor, Università degli Studi Roma Tre (Italy), 2001

Refresher courses on computers and teaching methodology for secondary school teachers.

 

·       Awards and Grants

 

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship, University Ca’ Foscari of Venice, 2015-2017.

 

KSAS Nominee for the ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award in Humanities and Fine Arts, Johns Hopkins University, 2015.

 

Newberry Library Short-Term Fellowship, Newberry Library (Chicago, IL), 2015 (declined).

 

Gilman Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2010-present.

 

J. Brien Key Graduate Student Assistance Fund, Johns Hopkins University, 2014

Participation in the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, 2014.

 

Dean’s Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2012

Course taught: Rome as told by its Narrators: A Journey through History, Literature, Arts and Film (Fall 2013).

 

Charles Singleton Award, C. Singleton Center for the Study of Pre-Modern Europe, Johns Hopkins University, 2012 and 2014

Research on early editions of Sperone Speroni’s works in Italian libraries.

 

Post-doctoral fellowship, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (Naples, Italy), 2006

Research on Tommaso Campanella’s epistolary in collaboration with prof. G. Ernst.

 

Post-doctoral fellowship, Fondazione Luigi Firpo – Centro di Studi sul Pensiero Politico (Turin, Italy), 2005.

Research on the legacy of Platonism in the age of the Counter-Reformation.

 

Participant in a two-year research, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2002-2003

Title: Natura e civilitas. Ricerche su testi di Bruno e Campanella e la prospettiva enciclopedica della tradizione filosofica rinascimentale, supervisor prof. G. Ernst.

 

Participant in a one-year research, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2002

Title: Natura e civilitas. Ricerche su testi di Bruno e Campanella e la prospettiva enciclopedica della tradizione filosofica rinascimentale, supervisor prof. G. Ernst.

The research was part of a broader research of national interest supervised by prof. G. Paganini (Università di Vercelli) titled Natura e civilitas. Testi e studi sulla filosofia della natura e il pensiero etico politico del Rinascimento.

 

Participant in a two-year research, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2000-2001

Title: Aetas bruniana e campanelliana. La tradizione filosofica del Rinascimento e le sue fonti, supervisor prof. G. Ernst.

 

Grant “Progetto Giovani Ricercatori”, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 1999

Bibliographical research on Marsilio Ficino and his works.

 

Erasmus Program Grant, University Paris X-Nanterre (France), January-July 1996

Certification of History of Philosophy and French language exams passed.

 

·       Organization of scientific Meetings

 

27-29 March 2014. Panel: Renaissance Agon. Annual Conference of the Renaissance Society of America, New York City, NY. Organizer: T. Katinis, chair: Ch. S. Celenza, respondent: P. Ugolini, sponsor: History of the Classical Tradition discipline

 

4-6 April 2013. Panel: Rhetoric, Politics, and Ethics in the Italian Renaissance. Annual Conference of the Renaissance Society of America, San Diego, CA. Organizer: T. Katinis, chair: Ch. S. Celenza, respondent: J. Monfasani, sponsor: Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Pre-Modern Europe

 

·       University Service for Students

 

Johns Hopkins University, 2011-2013

Reference for student applications

 

Johns Hopkins University, Italian Club, April 4, 2012

Seminar of Italian literature for undergraduate students

 

·       Professional Service

 

Participant as external expert in the ERC Starting Grant led by Professor Marco Sgarbi at Ca' Foscari University of Venice on "Aristotle in the Italian Vernacular: Rethinking Renaissance and Early-Modern Intellectual History (c. 1400–c. 1650)": http://aristotleinthevernacular.org/people/

 

Participant in a Professional Development Workshop at Loyola University Maryland (March 25, 2015) with the presentation of the activity “A Warm up for Italian Beginners.”

 

Editorial Secretary and Collaborator of the journal “Bruniana & Campanelliana. Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico-testuali” (directed by E. Canone and G. Ernst), 2003-present

 

Co-Editor of Il filo di Arianna: studiamo e costruiamo ipertesti insieme, 2000, CD Rom winner of the competition “100 prodotti multimediali per la scuola” and funded by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (Italy), 1999

 

·       Languages

 

Italian (native); English (fluent); French (fluent); Spanish, German, and Latin (reading)

 

·       Memberships

 

American Association for Italian Studies (2015-present)

Modern Language Association (2013-present)

The Renaissance Society of America (2003, 2010-present)

Société Marsile Ficin (2000-present)

 

·       Research Interests

 

Sperone Speroni and the defence of ancient sophistry in the Italian Renaissance.

Marsilio Ficino and his Ancient and Medieval sources.

Christian-Muslim relations in the Renaissance.

Dante and his legacy: language, poetry, and politics.

Literature, philosophy, and medicine in Middle Ages and Renaissance.

History, literature, and philosophy in the twentieth-century Italy.

 

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