In 2010, the Athenaeum established the Marco Arosio Chair in Advanced Medieval Studies, in honour of the late Professor Marco Arosio, for the advancement of medieval studies in philosophy and theology.
The aims of the school are as follows:
The Chair is committed to supporting young researchers in medieval philosophy and theology, by providing them with opportunities to acquire experience and conduct fieldwork, obtain scientific recognition and visibility, and participate in events, debates, and exchanges of views.
The Chair relies on a scientific committee, an editorial board, and an executive committee for coordinating the activities associated with the Marco Arosio Prize, and other activities related to its aims.
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