professor at the University of Bologna, she conducts her research in Late Antique and Byzantine Archaeology. She is the director of the archaeological missions in Kos and Mitropolis
(Crete). Her areas of research interest are the momumental
and decorative development of Late Antique and Byzantine cities and the social representative systems. Engaged in national and international research projects, she collaborates with several European Institutes. Author of numerous publications, she has received several awards and recognitions
from prestigious centers and institutes (Accademia dei
Lincei, Dumbarton Oaks, Onassis Foundation).In 2017, she received funding from the grant CEF-TC-2016-3 Connecting Europe Facility 2014-2020 with the project BYZART
- Byzantine Art and Archeology Thematic Channel project, with the role of coordinator.
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