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  • #SemioPills 6: Jenny Ponzo

    Jenny Ponzo is Associate Professor of Semiotics at the University of Turin (Italy). She is the Principal Investigator of the ERC research project NeMoSanctI. She is the Director of the […]

  • #SemioPills 5: Daniele Solvi

    Daniele Solvi (1971) è professore aggregato di Letteratura latina medievale e umanistica presso l’Università della Campania “Luigi vanvitelli”, ed è membro del Consiglio direttivo dell’AISSCA (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio […]

  • #SemioPills 4: Robert Yelle

    Robert A. Yelle (b. 1966) is a distinguished American scholar in the fields of semiotics, anthropology, and history of religion. He is Professor of “Theory and Method of Religious Studies” […]

  • At the seminary Icônes et écrans, talking about Saints and Internet memes

    Semiotician Gabriele Marino and philosopher Gabriele Vissio are taking part in the third session of the international seminary “Icônes et écrans / Icone e schermi” organized by the Department of […]

  • #SemioPills 3: Ugo Volli

    Ugo Volli (b. 1948, Trieste) is a prominent Italian intellectual and a leading figure in the fields of semiotics and the philosophy of language. A close friend and collaborator of […]

  • #SemioPills 2: Jörg Rüpke

    Jörg Rüpke is a leading figure in the field of comparative religion and classical philology, and a renowned expert in Roman religion. He is full professor and deputy director of […]

  • #SemioPills 1: Massimo Leone

    We are happy to launch our series of video-interviews with the most prominent scholars in the field of semiotics of religion, and to start with Massimo Leone. Massimo Leone is […]

  • Presenting the book Donne sugli Altari

    The PI, Jenny Ponzo, is taking part in the presentation of the book Donne sugli altari: Le canonizzazioni femminili di Giovanni Paolo II, by Valentina Ciciliot (Viella, March 2018), which will take place […]


What is NeMoSanctI?

 

NeMoSanctI is a research project carried out at the University of Turin. It studies how models of sanctity have changed after the Second Vatican Council. To this end, it applies a pioneering methodology based on semiotic theory to a wide corpus of normative, judicial, and narrative texts.

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 757314).