Dr Jean Paul De Lucca
Dr Jean-Paul De Lucca

Dr Jean Paul De Lucca

Nationality:     Maltese Office:            +356 2340 3772/3 Mobile:            +356 7944 3121 Email:              jean-paul.delucca@um.edu.mt

Education

Ph.D. in Philosophy (2011) Tommaso Campanella's Philosophy of Law: Virtue, Nature and the Political Community Supervisors: Prof. G. Ernst (Roma Tre); Prof. J. Friggieri (Malta) External Examiners: Prof. J. Cottingham (Oxford/London); Prof. G. Giglioni (London)

Frances A. Yates Research Fellow in Intellectual and Cultural History (2009) The Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London

Italian Government Scholarship for Doctoral Research (2008) Università degli Studi di Roma Tre

M.A. (by Research) in Philosophy (2005) Looking at History: an Analysis of the Contemporary Debate with particular reference to the question of Objectivity

B.A. (Hons.) in Philosophy, with History (2003)

Current Research 

Member, Management Committee, COST Action IS1310: Reassembling the Republic of Letters, 1500-1800. A digital framework for multi-lateral collaboration on Europe`s intellectual history (since 2015)

Member, Scientific Committee, Centro Studi Tommaso Campanella, Stilo, IT (since 2015)

Member, Human Rights Programme, University of Malta (since 2015)

Member (UoM representative), Working Group for the establishment of a European Centre of Excellence in Professional Ethics (since 2014)

Peer Reviewer, Routledge Philosophy series (Philosophy of Law) (2012, 2015)

External Collaborator, Archivio dei Filosofi del Rinascimento, Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e Storia delle Idee, Italian National Research Council (CNR) (since 2011)

Contributor and reviewer, The Literary Encyclopedia (since 2011)

Member, Editorial Committee, Bruniana & Campanelliana, an international peer-reviewed journal on Early Modern Philosophy and History of Ideas (since 2011)

Member, Board of the Augustinian Institute, Centre for Augustinian Studies and Research, Malta (since 2007)

Selected Publications

De Lucca, J.P. 2015, "Corpo, spirito e anima-mente: l'antropologia della liberta' in Campanella" in Anima-corpo alla luce dell'etica: antichi e moderni, ed. E. Canone, Leo S. Olschki, Firenze, pp. 247-263.

De Lucca, J.P. 2015, "Grotius and Campanella. A Footnote to Luigi Firpo.", Bruniana & Campanelliana, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 25-34.

De Lucca, J.P. 2015, "Identity and Values in the Making of a Utopia: Reading Campanella's The City of the Sun" inIdentity and Values, eds. S. Ferrarello & S. Giacchetti, Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 37-52.

De Lucca, J.P. 2014, "Giano Pelusio (1520-1600) [Bio-bibliographic entry]" in Galleria dell'Academia Cosentina (Part I), ed. E. Sergio, Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e Storia delle Idee (ILIESI) - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, pp. 117-121.

De Lucca, J.P. 2013, "Leibniz on Learning and Teaching the Science of Law" in A Philosopher at Large. Essays Commemorating Peter Serracino Inglott., eds. J. Buttigieg, J.P. De Lucca & C. Mangion, BDL, Malta, pp. 127-142.

De Lucca, J.P. 2013, "Suárez resurgitur: Adapting the Early Modern Jus Gentium in Contemporary International Jurisprudence ", Symposia Melitensia, vol. 8, pp. 105-119.

De Lucca, J.P. 2012, "The Art of History Writing as the Foundation of the Sciences: Campanella's Historiographia",Bruniana & Campanelliana, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 55-70.

De Lucca, J.P. 2012, "Giano Pelusio: Ammiratore di Telesio e poeta dell'«età aurea»" in Bernardino Telesio tra filosofia naturale e scienza moderna, eds. G. Mocchi, S. Plastina & E. Sergio, Serra, Pisa-Roma, pp. 116-132.

De Lucca, J.P. 2011, "Campanella e il rinnovamento sociale della sua Calabria: un auspicio europeo" in  «Virtù ascosta e negletta»: La Calabria nella modernità, eds. G. Ernst & R.M. Calcaterra, Franco Angeli, Milano, pp. 43-58.

De Lucca, J.P. 2009, "Prophetic Representation and Political Allegorisation: the Hospitaller in Campanella's The City of the Sun", Bruniana & Campanelliana, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 387-405.