Ilenia Laudito M.A.
Research data manager, project RETOPEA
Time at IEG: 2018 - 2022
Born in 1992 in Rottweil, Baden-Württemberg (Germany). 2016–2019 MA in Philosophy at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, focusing on German Idealism and 18th–19th century Philosophy and Literature; MA Digital Humanities from 2017–2020 with a focus on music informatics and natural language processing, especially multilingual translation, multilingual data management and digital project management; 2011–2015 studies in philosophy at the University of Turin (Italy), focusing on political and practical philosophy.
Narratives on Europe today, are often characterised by conflicting views on the relationship between religion and society. However, historical dimensions of these narratives have often been neglected in sociological research, and at the same time, the voices of religious people remain largely absent from legal and political discourses. The RETOPEA project carried out both research and innovation activities to tackle this challenge. The project was successfully completed in October 2022.