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Micaela Antonucci

Associate Professor

Department of Architecture

Academic discipline: ICAR/18 History of Architecture

Short Bio

Architect, PhD, Associate Professor in History of Architecture at the University of Bologna since 2019, her scholarly studies focus on Italian Renaissance architecture, with special concern for Rome and the work of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger; and on topics and protagonists of contemporary architecture, particularly Otto Wagner and Pier Luigi Nervi.

She has been curator of several international exhibitions and congresses and she contributed many essays and books on these topics. Since 2022 she is Principal Investigator of the EU funded-Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnerships for Higher Education project “InVisiBLe - Inclusive and Innovative Learning Tool for Visually Impaired and Blind People”, focused on innovative tools for the inclusion of the visually impaired and blind students in HE courses related to visual arts (2022-2024).

In 2020 she was David and Julie Tobey Fellow at I Tatti – The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies.

In 2022 she obtained the National Scientific Qualification as Full Professor in the field of History of Architecture (SSD ICAR/18).

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