Active Research fields
Ancient Greek music; music and medicine; music and society: the contexts of musical performances. Ancient Greek medicine. Ancient Greek philosophy: Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism; Plato; Aristotle. Myth. Greek theatre.
Research projects of the last 5 years
1. Member of MOISA, International Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music and its Culturale Heritage ( http://www.moisasociety.org).
2. Member of Greeksong (“Network for the Study of Archaic and Classical Greek Song”; http://www.ru.nl/greeksong).
3. Project Theophrastus (Rutgers University, Prof. W.W. Fortenbaugh); volume edited by C.A. Huffman, Aristoxenus of Tarentum: Discussion (Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities, vol. XVII), New Brunswick (New Jersey): Transaction Publishers, 2012. I am the author of Aristoxenus and Music Therapy. Fr. 26 Wehrli within the Tradition on Music and Catharsis, pp. 91-128.
4. "Blackwell Companion to Ancient Greek and Roman Music" (eds. E. Rocconi - T. Lynch, Oxford: Wiley, 2017, forthcoming). I am the author of the essay on "Music and Medicine".
5. Entry "Paternità" in the "Atlante antropologico del mito greco e romano" (ed. M. Bettini, Einaudi).
6. Several entries in the "Dizionario della cultura popolare greca e romana" (ed. E. Lelli, Bompiani).
7. Collaboration for the volume Man, Machine, Animal, Monster. Post Human in Ancient Greek Literature?, eds. G.M. Chesi - F. Spiegel (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin); submitted to Bloomsbury (London).
8. Associate editor of "Greek and Roman Musical Studies" (Brill), http://www.brill.com/publications/journals/greek-and-roman-musical-studies.
9. Copy editor of "Skenè. Theatre and Drama Studies", and of the series "Skenè. Texts and Studies" (University of Verona,http://www.skenejournal.it).