Thursday, December 6

05.00 pm – 05.15 pm Welcome and Introduction
Ivo De Gennaro, Oswin Maurer (Bozen-Bolzano)
 

Session 1 – Philosophy

Chair: Ralf Lüfter

05.15 pm – 06.00 pm Gino Zaccaria (Milano): “Tempo e valore”
06.00 pm – 06.45 pm Maurizio Borghi (Bournemouth): “Judgement and evaluation. Note on the role and meaning of anonymity in today’s scientific community”
06.45 pm – 07.00 pm

 

Discussion

 

Friday, December 7

Session 2 – Law  

 

09.00 am – 09.45 am Magdalena Pöschl (Wien): “Forschungsfreiheit in Österreich”
09.45 am – 10.30 am Christian Hillgruber (Bonn): “Wissenschaftsfreiheit in Deutschland – verfassungsrechtliche Garantie und aktuelle Gefährdungslagen“
11.00 am – 11.45 am Roberto Caso (Trento): “The Darkest Hour: Private Information Control and the End of Democratic Science”
11.45 am – 12.00 Discussion
 

Session 3 – Institutional Practice

Chair: Mauro Carfora

02.00 pm – 02.45 pm Antonio Loprieno (Basel): “What does academic freedom mean under a regime of excellence?”
02.45 pm – 03.30 pm Maria Olmos Giupponi (London): “The protection of academic freedom in the UK – current challenges”
04.00 pm – 04.45 pm Giuseppe De Nicolao (Pavia): “State-fostered immaturity? Kant, Galileo, and the Grand Evaluator”
04.45 pm – 05.00 pm Discussion
 

Session 4 –  Panel discussion: “Academic Freedom Today: An Italian Perspective”

Chair: Ivo De Gennaro

05.15 pm – 06.30 pm Susanna Terracini (Torino; member of Governing Council, ANVUR):opening statement
Maurizio Borghi (Bournemouth; Director, CIPPM)
Giuseppe De Nicolao (Pavia; Founding editor, roars.it)
Oswin Maurer (Bozen-Bolzano; Dean of the Faculty Economics and Management)