Department of Humanities | DISUM (Catania)
Arianna Rotondo pursued PhD in History of Christianity at the University of Padua (Italy). She is a researcher (permanent tenure) of History of Christianity and the Churches at the Department of Humanities of the University of Catania (Italy). She is Junior Fellow at the University of Regensburg (Project: Beyond Canon. Heterotopies of Authority in Late antique Christianity) and member of the Groupe International de Recherche sur la Poésie de l’Antiquité Tardive et du Moyen Âge GIRPAM (Université de Strasbourg – HiSoMa UMR 5189 Université J. Molin Lyon 3). Her research interests include gender models and social interactions in the history of ancient and late antique Christianity, late antique Greek poetry (paraphrase) and preaching (John Chrysostom) as a device of consent and identity construction. She is author of two published monographs and 30 articles and books chapters.