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Dr. Claudia PAGANINI Professor, Institute for Christian Philosophy, University of Innsbruck

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1997 Christian Philosophy and Catholic Theology, University of Innsbruck; University of Vienna
2001 MA, Catholic Theology
2001 Several professional Activities in Social fields, Student Representative, Section Culture, Christian-Islamic Dialogue
2001 Speaker, Faculty of Theology's Representatives, Austrian Students' Association
2002 MA, Christian Philosophy
2005 Doctorate, Christian Philosophy
2006-2007 News service, Press Agency of the Province of Tyrol
2007-2009 Free Journalist and Author of Non-Fiction Books on Special Issues
2010-2011 Temporary Replacement, Institute for Christian Philosophy, University of Innsbruck
2011-2015 Erika-Cremer-Scholarship Holder, University of Innsbruck
since 2015 Assistant Professor, Institute for Christian Phylosophy, University of Innsbruck

Memberships

HAS - Human Animal Studies Innsbruck
IMS - Innsbruck Media Studies
Ethics Committee, Medical University of Innsbruck

Publications

How Much Publicness Does Democracy Need? Reflections on Media Ethics between Whistleblowing, Data Collection and the Right to Privacy. In: Vonach Andreas / Thayil Jose (Hg.): Democracy in an Age of Globalization. Innsbruck: Innsbruck university press, S. 59-65. 2015
Warum nicht ein bisschen schwindeln? Täuschung und Lüge aus moralphilosophischer Sicht. In: Communicatio Socialis 3-4, S. 408-418. 2013
Israel-loves-Iran. Das Überschreiten von Medienräumen. In: Dander, Valentin u. a. (Hg.), Medienräume. Regionalität und Materialität. Innsbruck:, S. 107-116. 2013
Authentizität als Schlüssel zu einer zeitgemäßen Internetethik? In: Emmer Martin / Filipovi Alexander / Schmidt Jan-Hinrik / Stapf Ingrid (Hg.), Echtheit, Wahrheit, Ehrlichkeit. Authentizität in der Online-Kommunikation. (Kommunikations- und Medienethik). Weinheim: Beltz Juventa, S. 51-60. 2013

Awards

Mai 2005 Promotio sub auspiciis Praesidentis rei publicae
Dezember 2005 Würdigungspreis des Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung
September 2011 Erika-Cremer-Scholarship