Art Historian, Raffaella Fontanarossa teaches Museology and History of Collecting at Bologna University. She collaborates with IULM (Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione) in Milan and she has taught at the Tor Vergata Rome 2 University and at the universities of Turin (SUSCOR) and Genoa (DISFOR). After her degree in Bologna, she specialised in Florence and then continued her studies at the university of Rome Tre. She obtained a Master’s Degree at the Scuola Normale in Pisa and she completed her Doctorate (Phd) in Genève. She has carried out extensive research in the fields of connoisseurship, artistic geography and the History of Art Collections, only partially contained in about forty publications and presented in the course of several international conferences.
Her last book on Post-War Italian Museology, La capostipite di sé. Una donna alla guida dei musei. Caterina Marcenaro a Genova 1948-’71, is currently being presented at numerous international institutions.
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