Studies in Honour of Mark Davie
Edited By Danielle Hipkins
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Notes on Contributors Marco Bertozzi is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Ferrara and director of the degree programme in Philosophy. His pub- lications include: Filosofia ed economia in Adam Smith (1977); Thomas Hobbes: l’enigma del Leviatano (1983); La tirannia degli astri. Aby Warburg e l’astrologia di Palazzo Schifanoia (1985; new updated edition 1999; reprint 2004). He has written numerous essays on the philosophical and artistic cul- ture of the Renaissance, on the symbolic imaginary of the Malatesta Temple, on the Byzantine philosopher Gemisto Pletone, on Pico della Mirandola, on the concept of melancholy (Dürer, Burton, Warburg, Benjamin), on pantheism and the theme of gnosis in Hans Jonas. He organised a confer- ence on Pico della Mirandola (2004) and promoted the republication of his Works, edited by Eugenio Garin. He has also researched the circumstan- tial method, Siegfried Kracauer, and the relationship between philosophy and detective fiction. His new book, Il detective melanconico e altri saggi filosofici, was published by Feltrinelli in 2008. Jennie Cousins works as a freelance costume designer and researcher. She has completed a PhD in 1950s French Costume Drama at Exeter University and been a Contextual Studies lecturer at Plymouth College of Art. Her recent publications include the book Unstitching the 1950s film à costumes: Hidden Designers, Hidden Meanings (2009) and a contribution to Studies in French Cinema, UK Perspectives 1985–2010 (Intellect, forthcoming), enti- tled Political Threads and Material Memory: Mayo’s Wardrobe for Casque d’or (1952). Danielle Hipkins is Senior Lecturer in Italian...
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