Emanuele Serrelli's main research fields are PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY, and EVOLUTIONARY THEORY, with an additional interest in models and modeling in various fields, including Cultural Diversity and Evolution.
Emanuele is Research Fellow in Philosophy of Science at the the “Riccardo Massa” Department of Human Sciences, University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano, Italy. He also works on cultural evolution at CISEPS - Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics, Psychology and Social Sciences, at the same university.
January to June 2013 Emanuele is Visiting Scholar at the Lisbon Applied Evolutionary Epistemology Lab (AppEEL), Centre for Philosophy of Science, University of Lisbon. AppEEL aims to advance the study of the Extended Synthesis in biology from an inter- and transdisciplinary approach, and identify how the Extended Synthesis can be applied to the sociocultural domain. Emanuele is going to take part in project “Implementing the Extended Synthesis in Evolutionary Biology into the Sociocultural Domain” as a visiting fellow researcher and teacher.
In July 2013 Emanuele teaches, with Nathalie Gontier, in the "Sociocultural Evolution" module of the First International Summer School on Evolution, Lisbon, Portugal. The School aims to better prepare a future generation for inter- and transdisciplinary evolution research by providing courses on cutting edge research in biological and sociocultural evolutionary sciences for Master, Doctoral and Postdoctoral students. Emphasis lies on topics that are currently underrepresented in (post)graduate curricula. See also Lisbon Applied Evolutionary Epistemology Lab (AppEEL), Centre for Philosophy of Science, University of Lisbon.