Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of Messina
Angela Condello is Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Legal Philosophy (Rtd B) in the Law Department, University of Messina; until 2020, she was Adjunct Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Torino, where she held a Jean Monnet Module on human rights and critical legal thinking within the European legal culture. She has published four monographs and various edited journal issues (Law and Literature, Law Text Culture, Rivista di Estetica), on top of volumes – among which Sensing the Nation’s Law: Historical Inquiries into the Aesthetics of Democratic Legitimacy (Springer, 2018), Il denaro e i suoi inganni (Einaudi, 2018, now translated in Spanish), Femminismo giuridico. Teorie e problemi (Mondadori, 2019, English translation forthcoming), Post-Truth, Philosophy and Law (Routledge, 2019), Law, Labour and the Humanities. Contemporary European Perspectives (Routledge, 2019), New Rhetorics for Contemporary Legal Discourse (Edinburgh University Press, 2020).