Cecilia Muratori received her PhD in the History of Philosophy (Urbino and Jena) with a thesis on Hegel’s interpretation of Jacob Böhme’s mysticism. From 2009 to 2013 she was Research Fellow at LMU München, and junior member of LMU’s Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), working on a project entitled The Debate on the Soul of Animals in Renaissance Philosophy. After a year spent as Ahmanson Fellow at Villa I Tatti – The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, and fellowships at Forschungsbibliothek Gotha and the Warburg Institute, she joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures in May 2015, where she worked as Research Fellow on the ERC project 'Vernacular Aristotelianism' until 2019. She is currently a Research Fellow of the Centre for Anglo-German Relations, Queen Mary University of London.
She is a co-curator of two exhibitions for the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden:
1) "Light in Darkness: The Mystical Philosophy of Jacob Böhme",
Coventry Cathedral, 30th April- 5th July 2019
2) "All in All: The Conceptual World of the Mystical Philosopher Jacob Boehme",
Dresden (26 August - 19 November 2017)