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).
- Article – F. Galofaro, “On the Juridical Relevance of the Phenomenological Notion of Person in Max Scheler and Edith Stein” (Int J Semiot Law 2021)
- At the Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose of Turin
- Book chapter – Jenny Ponzo, “La santidad como una forma de vida y la figura de Santa Gianna Beretta Molla” (Actas 14° Congreso Mundial de Semiótica: Trayectorias)
- Article – G. Marino, “The Form of Life of Sanctity in Music Beyond Hagiography: The Case of John Coltrane and His ‘Ascension'”. (Int J Semiot Law 2021).
- Article – Jenny Ponzo and Gabriele Marino, “Modelizing epistemologies: organizing Catholic sanctity from calendar-based martyrologies to today’s mobile apps” (Semiotica 2021)