Bianca Maria Pirani, Professor of Sociology of Cultural Networks at the Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Political Sciences, Communication, and Sociology, “Sapienza”, University of Rome, is President and Program Coordinator of Research Committee 54 “The Body in the Social Sciences” of the International Sociological Association. She is an Editorial Board member of Sage Studies in International Sociology. She has published widely on the ever increasing insights into the relations between human bodies and social knowledge as the editor or author of: “Current Sociology” in Bodily Order: Mind, Emotion and Social Memory, vol. 53, no. 2 (Sage, 2006); The New Boundaries between Bodies and Technologies (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008); Acting Bodies and Social Networks, Volume I: The Body as Social Icon and Volume II: Mapping Bodies in Networked Space (University Press of America); and Learning from Memory: Body, Memory and Technology in a Globalizing World (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008). Her forthcoming books in the English language are Beyond the Skin: The Boundary between Bodies and Technologies in New Mobility Spaces and Embodiment: The Mirror Neurons and the Digital Space.