Archeological research is a convergence point for several of my academic interests: the remote origins of Christianity, religious experience in general, symbolic thought, and the transformations currently occurring as a result of technological developments.
Since December 2019, I have been involved with structuring and preparing content for the the 4 Banks books companion website. I contribute to the overall structure of the companion website, and coordinate a network of scholars who collaborate in the project. I also conduct bibliographic research and the preparation of critical reviews and monographs, and format the material for inclusion in the site.
My previous work includes research on Jean Daniélou's symbolic theology, expressed in my doctoral dissertation entitled The Mystical Origin of Jean Daniélou's Preachable Theology. While preparing the dissertation at the Gregorian University, I also organized two international conferences in Rome dedicated to Daniélou's thought.