Marco Piazza

Associate researcher for the programme:  The politics of images

Marco Piazza is a Doctor of Philosophy and Associate Professor at Università degli Studi Roma Tre where he lectures in history and philosophy. Alongside researching into the links between philosophy and literature - from a theoretical perspective and through the prism of the work by authors such as Proust, Maine de Biran and Rousseau, he also explores the history of concepts.  He is a research fellow in the Écritures des Lumières team (ITEM, CNRS-ENS Paris) dedicated to manuscripts from the Ancien Régime. He is editor of the review Philosophical Inquires (Pise). Publications of note include: Alle frontiere tra filosofia e letteratura [At the Borders Between Philosophy and Literature] (Milan, 2002), Redimere Proust. Walter Benjamin e il suo segnavia [Redeeming Proust. Walter Benjamin and his Trail Sign] (Florence, 2009), Il fantasma dell'interiorità [The Fantasy of Interiority] (Milan, 2003), Redimere Proust. Walter Benjamin e il suo segnavia [Redeeming Proust. Walter Benjamin and his Trail Sign] (Florence, 2009), Il fantasma dell'interiorità [The Fantasy of Interiority] (Milan, 2012), L'antagonista necessario. La filosofia francese dell'abitudine da Montaigne a Deleuze [The Necessary Antagonist: The French Philosophy of Habit from Montaigne to Deleuze] (Milan, 2015). With Sabrina Martina and Giuseppe Girimonti Greco, he directed the collection on Proust e gli oggetti [Proust and Objects] (Florence, 2012) and with Sara Guindani Effetti di verità : documenti e immagini tra storia e finzione [Effects of Truth: Documents and Images Between History and Fiction] (Rome, 2016).