Paul Nose

Adjunct FAT Lecturer


Paolo Naso teaches Political Science at Sapienza – University of Rome, where he also coordinates the Master’s Degree in Religions and Cultural Mediation.

In his academic career he has held faculty positions in the United States (Wake Forest University and Davidson College, both in North Carolina) and Germany (Wittenberg).

For the Federation of Evangelical Churches in Italy, he coordinates Mediterranean Hope – Refugee and Migrant Program and the Dialogue Integration Study Commission. He collaborates with several research institutes including the Center for Confrontation Studies, the Sangalli Foundation, the Biblia Association, and the Methodist Study Center.

He serves as a consultant for several public and private institutions including the Ministry of the Interior for which he coordinated the Council for Relations with Islam.

Among his numerous publications, Religions are Ways to Peace. False!, Laterza 2019; with M. Ambrosini and C. Paravati, Il Dio dei Migranti (Il Mulino 2019); L’incognita post-secolare, Guida 2015; Pentecostali, EMI 2013; Come una città sulla collina. The Puritan tradition and the civil rights movement in the U.S.A.

Published articles

Monographs and book chapters

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