Francesca Tasca: graduated from the University of Milan with a thesis on Valdo di Lione (supervisor Prof. Merlo), she then further developed the theme with a doctoral thesis on the first Waldensian generation and the Bible, carried out at the University of Padua. She was a fellow at the Kessler Foundation in Trento. She has published several articles in national and international journals and has been a speaker at national and international conferences. In 2020 he published for Claudiana, Turin, the volume “May 1218, the Bergamo colloquium. A debate at the beginning of Waldensian history”, dedicated to the meeting in Bergamo whose account is preserved in the famous “Rescriptum” preserved by the Anonymous of Passau. Francesca is currently a tenured professor of Literature and Latin at a high school in Bergamo. Coordinates the editorial staff of the magazine “Reform and religious movements”.