Mr. Chris Genovesi completed his BA [H] in 2010, double majoring in Philosophy and Language and Literature. In 2012, he completed his MA in Philosophy, focusing on issues of Mind, Language, Narrativity and their intersections with the cognitive sciences. Throughout his academic career, Mr. Genovesi has presented at multiple conferences on a wide array of subjects, including mental health, ethics in clinical psychiatry, rationality, narrative identity, linguistics, and the philosophical merit(s) of figurative speech.
Mr. Genovesi was afforded the opportunity to study in Riga, Latvia, attending the fourth annual “Graduate International Summer School in Cognitive Science and Semantics”. Currently, Mr. Genovesi is pursuing a PhD in Cognitive Science at the University of Carleton in Ottawa, Ontario, holding an internal scholarship awarded by the University. His research focuses on figurative language processing, comprehension, and manipulation. With it, he hopes to contribute to the discourse on metaphoricity and psycholinguistics.