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Francesco Iacono

Ricercatore a tempo determinato tipo b) (senior)

Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà

Settore scientifico disciplinare: L-ANT/01 PREISTORIA E PROTOSTORIA

Curriculum vitae

Previous position

10/2016-10/2018 Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow, University of Cambridge.

Academic history

  1. 2013 Ph.D. in Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University College London (funded by the AHRC and the British School at Athens).

  2. 2007 MA in Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, (funded by the Regione Puglia).

  3. 2005 Laurea Magistrale (BA Hons) in Cultural Heritage, University del Salento, Italia.

Current projects and research collaborations

2017 – to present “Heritage and Archaeology of Displacement Leros (Greece)”; in collaboration with Eleni Stefanou.

2016 – to present “Cultural Heritage of Dictatorship in Albania” project; in collaboration with M.L. Stig Sørensen

2008 – to present Excavation and study of Aegean type (Mycenaean) materials from the Bronze Age site of Roca in Southern Italy; in collaboration with R. Guglielmino.

2014 Chemical analyses of Aegean type pottery (Bronze Age) from the Bronze Age site of Roca in Southern Italy; in collaboration with R. Guglielmino, R. Jung and H. Mommsen.

2014 “Cultural Heritage opinion and field survey in Albania” (pilot of the CHODIA project, in collaboration with the local Ministry of Culture, and K. Këlliçi

Reviewer for

2018 - Reviewer for the Archaeological Review from Cambridge
2017- Reviewer for FWF (Austrian Science Fund)
2017 - Reviewer for Routledge
2015- Reviewer for the Cambridge Archaeological Journal
2015- Reviewer for Bloomsbury Academic Publisher


2017- Member of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies

2011- Member of Aegeus (Aegean studies association)

2008- Member of the European Association of Archaeologists

Editorial board

2016- Editorial board member and reviewer of the open-access journal ExNovo

Organisation of Scientific Meetings

5/2018 Organiser of the 19th Cambridge Heritage Research Group Symposium (with F. Bartolini, M. Zoh and M.L.S. Sørensen) entitled “Heritage and Authoritarianism”.

1/2018 – 1/2019 Lunchtime Seminar Series, University of Cambridge, co-organised with Argyro Nafplioti.

12/2016 “Bridging social and geographical space through networks” workshop, Topoi Excellence Cluster, Freie Universität, Berlin (co-organised with Helen Dawson, Topoi)