Jean-Paul De Lucca

Jean-Paul De Lucca holds a tenured position in philosophy at the University of Malta (Junior College) and is currently completing a PhD on Tommaso Campanella’s legal and political philosophy. He received an Italian Government Scholarship for doctoral research at the Università degli Studi di Roma Tre in 2007/8 and was a Frances A. Yates Fellow in Intellectual and Cultural History at the Warburg Institute, University of London in 2008/9. Although his research and publications focus mainly on Campanella, his wider research interests include Renaissance and Early Modern jurisprudence, the history of political thought and philosophy of history. He is a collaborator of Bruniana & Campanelliana, an international journal of early modern intellectual history and philosophy.