Ines Peta is a graduate in Foreign Languages and Literatures from the University of Naples "L'Orientale"
. She translated the book "Le meraviglie del cuore"
by Abu Ḥamid al-Ġazali (Leone Verde, Turin 2006) from Arabic into Italian. In 2010 she obtained a double PhD title in Philosophy, Sciences and Culture of Late-Antiquity, Middle Ages and Renaissance and Lettres-philosophie through a partnership between the University of Salerno
and the University of Saint-Joseph of Beirut
. She published the specialised study “Il Radd pseudo-ġazāliano: Paternità, Contenuti, Traduzione”
(OSM, Palermo 2013). She was a professor of Arabic at the University of Palermo
and at the Officina di Studi Medievali
. In 2014-2015 she was part of the Oasis project "Understanding Hybridization, Governing Change
". She currently teaches at the Catholic University of Milan and she is a regular contributors to various language schools. She is part of the 2017 Oasis project "In Search of a Leader. Authority in Contemporary Islam
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