Michela Ferri is Philosophy Instructor at the Holy Apostles College & Seminary, Connecticut. Her research focuses on the history of the phenomenological movement and in particular on the reception of phenomenology in North America. She also studies the reception of phenomenology in Italy. She is a scholar in Aesthetics and History of technology. Her studies focus also on Dante Alighieri and Leonardo Da Vinci. Since 2014 she is U.S. correspondent at the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan.