1 Gloria Origgi, Italian Education and Diplomas 1994: PhD in Philosophy, University of Milano. Title of the PhD Thesis: Informazione, Conoscenza, Evoluzione (Information, Knowledge, Evolution) 1990: Laurea in Philosophy (Logic and Epistemology), University of Milano, Italy (110/110 cum laude) 2011: Memoire Habilitation à diriger des recherches submitted at the EHESS. Final discussion: March Supervisor: Jerôme Dokic, Directeur des recherches, EHESS. Post doctoral Fellowships : Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France. CIES Fellowship. Positions Since 2006: Chargée de Recherche 1ère classe (Tenured Researcher) at National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris, Institut Nicod (Joint Research Unit CNRS/Ecole Normale Supérieure/Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales) : Chargée de Recherche 1ère classe at CNRS, Paris, Ecole Nationale des Télécommunications (ENST) (Awarded, in 2002, in national competition) : Researcher at the Department of Communication, University of Bologna, Italy (Awarded in national competition) Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication, University of Bologna, Italy. Visiting/invited positions 2010 Invited Professor at the University UNISINOS, Porto Alegre, Brazil Invited Professor (30 hours) at the Department of Philosophy and Cognitive Science, University San Raffaele, Milano, Italy 2005 Fellow at the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, Columbia University, New York.. Career Breaks September 22 th, 2000 January 4 th, Maternity leave July 16 th October 26 th Maternity leave Teaching Assignments ( ) Logic, Epistemology and Cognitive Science (undergraduate level), Bologna, Italy Web Epistemology (undergraduate level), University San Raffaele, Milano, Itlay Epistemology, Culture and Cognition (Master Level), EHESS, Paris, France Social Epistemology (graduate seminar) EHESS, Paris, France Philosophy and Social Sciences (graduate level) Porto Alegre, Brazil. Coordination of research projects 2011 Receiver (with THALES) of the French Ministry of the Defense Grant : F.E.R.I.E (Fondamentaux Epistémologiques du Renseignement et de l Intelligence Economique) Principal Investigator in the ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) C.A.H.O.R.S. (ANR SECU-001 CAHORS): Cotation, Analyse, Hiérarchisation et Ontologies pour le Renseignement et la Sécurité (Information Evaluation, Analysis, Organization and Ontologies for Intelligence and Security).
2 Researchers involved : 1 post-doc and 1 3 months stage 2008 Principal Investigator in the LIQUIDPUBLICATION Project, FP7 Program (FP7-ICT-2007-C FET OPEN - Grant Agreement no ) Researchers involed at Nicod: One senior researcher, 2 post-docs, 3 short-term contracts. Expertise 2003 Information design and editorial responsibility of the project, a CNRS/EC funded platform for virtual conferences in interdisciplinary fields of humanities, social and cognitive science. Senior consultant for the project, a platform for developing alternative reputational metrics. Other activities EC evaluator in the FP6 for the NEST-program: Cultural Dynamics. Columnist for the cultural pages of the Italian newspaper IL FATTO QUOTIDIANO. Writer for the Italian philosophical magazine MicroMega. Writer. First novel published in Italy: La Figlia della Gallina Nera, Nottetempo Edizioni, Roma, 2008 (4 printings). Article on my work by O. Burkman on The Guardian, February 11, 2011: Invited at the BBC FORUM PROGRAMME, May 1st, 2011: Invited at the FRANCE CULTURE Programme: Les chemins de la Philosophie, November 1st, 2011: Member of the EDGE think tank, directed by John Brockman (New York) Publications before Origgi, G.; Sperber, D. (2000) «Evolution, Communication and the Proper Function of Language», in P. Carruthers, A. Chamberlain (eds.) Evolution and the Human Mind, Cambridge University Press, pp  - Origgi, G. (2000) Introduzione a Quine, Laterza, Bari-Roma.  - Origgi, G. (2000) «Croire sans comprendre» Cahiers de Philosophie de l université de Caen, 34, Presses Universitaires de Caen, pp  - Origgi, G. (2001) «Interpretare il linguaggio e interpretare gli altri. Una o due teorie?», in Sistemi Intelligenti, XIII, n.1, pp  - Origgi, G. (1994) Informazione, Conoscenza, Evoluzione, Ph.D Thesis, Bologna, CLUEB.  1. Ten Top Publications Citations are indicated into brackets - Origgi, G. (2004) Is Trust an Epistemological Notion? Episteme, vol.1, n. 1, pp  - Sperber, D.; Origgi, G. (2005) Pourquoi parler? Comment comprendre? in J.M. Hombert (ed.) L origine de l homme, du langage et des langues, Fayard, Paris, pp  - Origgi, G. (2007) Le sens des autres. L ontogenèse de la confiance épistémique, in A. Bouvier ed.) L épistémologie sociale, Paris, Editions de l EHESS  - Origgi, G. (2008) Trust, Authority and Epistemic Responsibility Theoria, vol. 23/1, n.61, pp  - Sperber, D. Origgi, G. (2010) A Pragmatic Perspective on the Evolution of Language in R.K. Larson, V. Déprez, H. Yamakido (eds.) The Evolution of Human Language, Cambridge University Press,
3 pp  - Gambetta, D., Origgi, G. (2009) L- worlds.  - Origgi, G. (2010) Epistemic Vigilance and Epistemic Responsibility in the Liquid World of Scientific Publications Social Epistemology, vol. 24, n. 3, pp  - Origgi, G. (2008) Designing Wisdom Through the Web. The Passion of Ranking, La vie des idées, 30/9/2008.  - Origgi, G. (2012) Epistemic Injustice and Epistemic Trust in Social Epistemology, 26, 1, pp. 2. Research monographs, chapters in collective volumes and any translations Monographs Origgi, G. (2008) Qu est-ce que la confiance?, VRIN, Paris.  Edited Volumes - Origgi, G.; Darbellay, F. (2010) (eds.) Repenser l Interdisciplinarité, printed ane edited version of the virtual workshop Rethinking Interdisciplinarity, held online from April to December 2003 (see the archives at: Slatkine, Geneva  - Origgi, G. (2007) (ed.) Text-e. The Future of the Text, Palgrave, London.  Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals and book chapters - Origgi, G. (2012) Designing Wisdom Through the Web. Reputation and the Passion of Ranking, in J. Elster, H. Landermore (eds.) Collective Wisdom, Cambridge University Press. (in press) - Origgi; G.; Gambetta, D. (2012) The LL game. The curious preference for low quality and its norms" Politics, Philosophy and Economics, vol. 11, n. 1. (in press) - Origgi, G. (2011) "Pourquoi est-il si grave de mentir?" Terrain, 57, pp  - Casati, R. Origgi, G., Simon, J. (2010) "Microcredits in Scientific Publishing" Journal of Documentation, 67, 6, pp  - Origgi, G. (2010) Epistemic Vigilance and Epistemic Responsibility in the Liquid World of Scientific Publications Social Epistemology, vol. 24, n. 3, pp  - Origgi, G. (2008) Trust, Authority and Epistemic Responsibility Theoria, vol. 23/1, n.61, pp  - Origgi, G. (2007) "Wine Epistemology. The role of reputation and rating systems in the world of wine" in B. Smith (ed.) Questions of Taste, Oxford University Press, pp  - Origgi, G. (2007) What is in my Common Sense? Philosophical Forum, vol. 39, n.3, pp  Special Issues of Peer-Reviewed Journals - Origgi, G., Simon, J. (2010) (eds.) Scientific Publications, Social Epistemology, vol. 24, n. 3.  - Origgi, G., Arikha, N. (2008) (eds.) Folk Epistemologies, Philosophical Forum, vol. 39, n. 3.  - Origgi, G. Laudel, G. (2006) (eds.) Assessing Interdisciplinary Research, Research Evaluation, n. 15. 4. Invited presentations Epistemic Trust and Epistemic Responsibility presented at the international conference EPISTEME, University of Edinburgh, June 19 th Is Quality a Normative Notion? A Socio-Epistemological Perspective presented at the international workshop organized by CRESS (Center for Research in Social Simulation) Quality
4 Commons, Paris, Maison de la Recherche, January th (with Diego Gambetta) LL worlds. The curious preference for low quality outcomes presented at the international conference: Social, Legal and Moral Norms, organized by Jon Elster and Antanas Mockus, Bogotà, Colombia, October th Un certain regard. Pour une épistémologie de la reputation presented at the workshop on Reputation, Fondazione Olivetti, Rome, April 27 th What Does it Mean to Trust in Epistemic Authority? presented at the 6 th Roundtable of Philosophy of Social Science, Columbia, New York, March 12 th (text available online at: 6. Organisation of international conferences 2007 Organisation (with Pasquale Pasquino, CNRS) of the international workshop: Reputation, Fondazione Olivetti, Rome, 27 April Organization of the international workshop: Folk-Epistemologies, University of Columbia, New York, October 26 th I have organized and edited a number international virtual conferences on the platform with different partners and sponsor institutions, 2003 Rethinking Interdisciplinarity, organized with the support of the CNRS program Société de l Information. See archives: (archive n. 2) 2004 The Co-Evolution of Language and Theory of Mind, Organized with the support of the Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Lyon. See archives: (archive n. 7) 2005 Referring to Objects, organized with the support of the European Science Foundation. See archives: (archive n. 11) 2005 What Do Mirror Neurons Mean? Organized with the support of the European Science Foundation See archives at: (archive n.8) 2010 Workshop on Trust and Reputation, with the support of the LiquidPublication program, and the COST program. Online at: Governing the Future, in partnership with SciencesPo. Online at: Global Humanities, with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute, New York. Online at: 7. International Prize/Awards/Academy memberships 2011: Receiver of the Prize CAPES of the Escola de Alto Estudos Unidade Acadêmica de Pesquisa e Pòs- Graduaçao. Cycle of conferences in Porto Alegre, Brazil, on the theme: Direito, Saberes e Sociedade (Right, Knowledge and Society). 2011: Receiver (with THALES) of the French Ministry of the Defense Grant : F.E.R.I.E (Fondamentaux Epistémologiques du Renseignement et de l Intelligence Economique). 20, Principal Investigator in the A.N.R. (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) C.A.H.O.R.S. (ANR SECU-001 CAHORS): Cotation, Analyse, Hiérarchisation et Ontologies pour le Renseignement et la Sécurité (Information Evaluation, Analysis, Organization and Ontologies for Intelligence and Security). 130,000. Researchers involved: 1 3-years post-doc; 1 3-months stage Principal Investigator in the LIQUIDPUBLICATION Project, FP7 Program (FP7-ICT-2007-C FET OPEN - Grant Agreement no ) 360,000. Researchers involved at Jean Nicod: 1 Senior Researcher (30%); 2 full-time post-docs, 3 short-term contracts. 8. Memberships to Editorial Boards of International Journals
5 Reviewer for Mind and Language, Social Epistemology, Journal of Aesthetics, European Journal of Philosophy.