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Gloria Origgi is tenured senior researcher at CNRS. She has been trained in Philosophy, Logic and Cognitive Science at the University of Milano and at the CREA, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris. She has written on epistemology, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind and, since 2000, on social epistemology, philosophy of social science, sociology and web studies. She has been invited Professor at the University San Raffaele, Milano, SciencesPo Paris (School of Political Theory), the University UNISINOS, Porto Alegre and the University of Bielefeld, Germany. She was visiting fellow twice at Columbia University, New York and has lectured in many other universities in the world. In Paris, she teaches a research seminar at the EHESS in Social Epistemology.
She has written extensively on social epistemology in various peer-reviewed journals like Episteme, Social Epistemology, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Mind & Language.
She has edited various special issues of journals (Research Evaluation, Evaluation Review) on the sociology of research evaluation.
Her work on Kakonomics with Diego Gambetta has been covered by the Financial Times, The Guardian and BBC.
She has been appointed member of the Horizon 2020- Advisory Boards for Gender and for Future and Emerging Technologies (2014-2018).
Among her books: Qu’est-ce que la confiance? VRIN, 2008; Repnser l’interdisciplnarité, Slatkine, 2011; La Réputation, PUF 2015 (translated into English by Princeton University Press, 2017)
She is also a writer. Her first fictional book was published in Italy in 2008: La Figlia della Gallina Nera, Edizioni Nottetempo, Roma.
She writes regularly on many cultural supplements of Italian newspapers and international magazines, such as MicroMega, Il Sole 24 Ore, Il Fatto, Iris, The Berlin Review of Books and has a regular blog for the Italian newspaper IL FATTO: http://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/blog/goriggi/