Filippo Falcone was awarded a PhD in English by the Università degli Studi di Milano in 2012 and has been actively engaged in research work ever since. His interests range from the interface of literature and theology in early modern British literature to the historical context of religious dissent and radicalism in England, Italy and North America.
A collaborator of the Italian branch of the Geneva Bible Society, Filippo is currently involved in a project of co-editing (alongside Marialuisa Bignami, University of Milan, and Daniele Borgogni, University of Turin) Milton’s prose works in Italian as well as in a collection of essays aiming to shed light on the authorship of the early modern Latin treatise known as De Doctrina Christiana, largely attributed to Milton. His current individual research work focuses on Roger Williams. Publications: