Associate Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Pavia
Emanuela Ceva is Associate Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Pavia. She received her PhD in political theory from the University of Manchester in 2005. While she has been working at Pavia since then, she has held visiting positions, inter alia, at Princeton, Oxford, St. Andrews, Montréal, Hitotsubashi (Tokyo), Hamburg, and Kent. Her research focuses on issues of value conflict and justice, democracy, corruption, toleration and respect for dissenting minorities. She is the author of Interactive Justice (Routledge 2016) and of many articles that have appeared in such journals as Social Philosophy & Policy, Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Philosophy Compass, Social Theory and Practice, Journal of Social Philosophy, Journal of Applied Philosophy. At the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics she will work on a book project, entitled Political Corruption. The Internal Enemy of Public Institutions, which develops an understanding of the wrongness of the corruption of public officials and institutions as a relational injustice and provides a normative justification of whistleblowing as a dutiful anti-corruption organizational practice.
Emanuela Ceva will be in residence at the Center through July 2018.