Micaela Antonucci, architect, PhD, is Associate Professor in
History of Architecture at the Department of Architecture of the
University of Bologna.
She graduated in Architecture in 1999 at the Faculty of
Architecture of the University of Roma Tre. In the years 1999-2002
she's been member of the MIBACT – University of Roma Tre research
team on the Anfiteatro Flavio in Rome.
In 1999 and in 2000 she's got two MURST Young Researcher Project
In 2001 she got a European Master in Architecture/History/Desing
at the University of Roma Tre.
In the years 2001-2003 she got two grants of the Archivio
Capitolino and the CROMA – University of Roma Tre to work at the
project for an Historical Atlas of Rome.
In 2002 she got a European Master in History of Architecture
(level II) at the Accademia di San Luca in Rome/University of Roma
In 2004 she obtained a PhD in Architecture and Building practice
at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Rome Tor
In the years 2005-2006 she's been Scientific Coordinator of the
Master in Construction Management of Architectonical and
Archeological Restoration (level II) of the University of Rome Tor
In 2006 she worked at the Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana,
writing references of the “Nuova Piccola Treccani”.
In 2006-2008 she's Scientific Advisor of the Museum of
Architecture Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane in Montefiascone,
From 2007 to 2010 she's been Contract Researcher at the Faculty
of Architecture of University of Bologna.
From 2012 to 2019 she's been Assistant Professor in History of Architecture
at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Bologna.
In 2014 and 2018 she obtained the National Scientific Qualification to
function as Associate Professor and since 2019 she is Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture of University of Bologna.
Since 2014 she's member of the Board of the Reseach PhD in
Architecture of the University of Bologna.
Since 2014 she's part of the Scientific Board and Coordinator of
the Publishing series of the Department of Architecture of
Since 2015 she's Delegate for International relations and Publishing activities of
the Department of Architecure of Bologna.
She has taught History of Modern Architecture and History of
Contemporary Architecture at the Universities of Roma Tre, Rome Tor
Vergata, Genoa and Bononia. Since 2008 she's part of the teaching
staff of the Corsi Superiori of the Istituto di Studi Romani. In
the years 2012-2013 she's been part of the teaching staff of the
Master in Architecture, Sacred Arts and Liturgy of the Università
Europea of Rome.
She has lectured both in Italian universities and international
research centres: last one is the lecture at the MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa), in Cape Town, South Africa, on
the topic An Italian Masterpiece in Cape Town. Pier Luigi Nervi's Good Hope Centre
She was responsible for the scientific setting and organization of national and international Conferences and Seminars, among the latters: the Congress Ostia 1916-2016. Architettura e città in cento anni del mare di Roma (Rome, 14-15 December 2016); the International Congress Da Bologna all'Europa: artisti Bolognesi in Portogallo (XVI-XIX secolo) (Bononia, 30 November-1 December 2015), promoted by Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università di Bologna with Centro Studi sul Rinascimento di Bologna and École Pratique des Hautes Études – Paris Sorbonne.
She had studied Italian Reinassance architecture, focusing
particularly on Rome and on the work of Antonio da Sangallo the
Younger; on topics and protagonists of the Contemporary
architecture, particularly on Otto Wagner and Pier Luigi Nervi
(besides her several pulished essays and articles, see on these
topics her books: Il palazzo della Zecca in Banchi a Roma,
Roma 2008; Otto Wagner, Milano 2009; Pier Luigi Nervi.
Gli stadi per il calcio, Bologna 2014, Pier Luigi Nervi Architetture per lo sport/Pier Luigi Nervi Sports facilities, Roma 2016).
In the years 2009-2010 she has been part of the organizing
committee of the International Congress Cantiere Nervi: building
up an identity. Studies and researchs on Pier Luigi Nervi in
Bologna and Parma (Bologna-Parma-Ferrara, November 2010),
promoted by CSAC Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione and
Parma Urban Center; with the Universities of Parma, Ferrara,
Bologna and Palermo, and MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI
Secolo of Rome.
She's curator (with A. Trentin and T. Trombetti) of the
exhibitions Pier Luigi Nervi. Football stadia
(Bononia-Cesena-Ravenna-Florence, November 2014 - April
2016); Pier Luigi Nervi Architetture per lo Sport (MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle Arti del XXI secolo, Roma, February 5 - October 6 2016).
In her academic work she has set a network with universities and
international research centres: Bryn Mawr College, PA, USA; Iowa
State University, USA; Universidad de Alicante, Spain; Universidad
Politecnica di Cartagena, Spain; Universidad de Lleida, Spain;
École Pratique des Hautes Études de la Sorbonne, France;
Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institut, Rome; l'Escuela
Española de Historia y Arqueologia en Roma; Fondazione Europea