Gloria Origgi

Gloria Origgi
Gloria Origgi
Philosopher and Researcher, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris; Author, Reputation: What it is and Why it Matters

GLORIA ORIGGI is a philosopher and a social scientist based at the Institut Nicod (CNRS- ENS-EHESS) in Paris.

In her research, she seeks to understand the impact of social relations and institutions on both cognitive processes and the organisation of knowledge. She has worked extensively on the topics of trust, reputation, and the evaluation of knowledge and science.

She has taught in France, Italy, Brazil, Germany, United States and England. Her latest book is: Reputation: What It is and Why it Matters (Princeton University Press, 2017).

Her research has been covered by many newspapers and media outlets, including The Financial Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, the BBC, and France Culture.

She is also a writer. Her first fictional book was published in Italy in 2008: La Figlia della Gallina Nera, Edizioni Nottetempo, Roma.

She writes regularly on many cultural supplements of Italian newspapers and international magazines, such as MicroMega, Il Sole 24 Ore, Il Fatto, Iris, The Berlin Review of Books and has a regular blog at L'Espresso.