Catholic Biblical Association of America, 83rd International Meeting (virtual). Research report: "The Biblical Well Encounters: A Complex Interrelation (August 3, 2021).
Boston (online), "Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting" (Nov 29-Dec 10, 2020).
Revision and updating of the norms and guidelines for the fourth-year written baccalaureate synthesis
Manuscript review for Claritas: Journal of Dialogue and Culture (Sophia University, Florence) September 2020
Manuscript review for Journal of the Ancient Near East Society (Columbia University, New York) July 2021
Public Lecture: "Why Are You Asking Me for a Drink? Socioethnic Barriers in the Biblical Well Encounters." University of Notre Dame Global Gateway (Jerusalem, Israel) February 18, 2020.
June 20, 2018: Selected as a recipient of the TANTUR ECUMENICAL CENTER - NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY RESIDENTIAL DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP for 2018-19.
13 maggio, 2016 dichiarato candidatus ad doctoratum allo Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Gerusalemme, Israele (titolo della tesi: "One sows, and Another Reaps: John 4:1-42 and the Pentateuchal Well Narratives")
John 4:1–42 among the Biblical Well Encounters: Pentateuchal and Johannine Narrative Reconsidered. WUNT II 542. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020.
One Sows, and Another Reaps: Interrelating Narratives in the Pentateuch and John 4 (Pars Dissertationis), Jerusalem, Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, 2020.
Narrative Art and Theological Meaning: Johannine Stylistic Features in John 4:1–42, in "Liber Annuus Studium Biblicum Franciscanum" 70 (2020).
One Sows, and Another Reaps: Interrelating Narratives in the Pentateuch and John 4 (Pars Dissertationis). Thesis ad Doctoratum n. 27, Studium Biblicum Franciscanum. Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 2020.
University of Notre Dame - Tantur Ecumenical Center Doctoral Fellowship (2018-2020)