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Sonia Cavicchioli

Associate Professor

Department of the Arts

Academic discipline: L-ART/02 History of Modern Art

Curriculum vitae

Short CV of Sonia Cavicchioli

Associate Professor of Storia dell’arte moderna, Università di Bologna

Present and Previous Positions

. 2018, 09/9-10/10, Visiting professor at CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts), School of Humanities, Beijing

· 2017, 07  Licensed “Professore di Prima Fascia” (full tenured professor) by the Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca (MIUR) 

· Since 2015, 12 member and currently on the Scientific Committee for the Gallerie Estensi (Modena, Ferrara, Sassuolo) called by the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali

· Since 2015, 05 founder member and currently on the scientific committee for the ” Centro Studi Abbazia dei Padri Benedettini di San Pietro” in Modena; associate to the Accademia di Scienze Lettere e Arti di Modena

· Since 2012 Held course in Iconography and Iconology at the School of Specialization in Art History

· Since 2011, 01 Associate Professor in the History of Modern Art, Bologna University

· Since 2008-2009 Held course in Iconography and Iconology (Master in Visual Arts)

· Since 2007-2008 Held course in History of Modern Art (DAMS); since 2009-2010 History of Modern Art on the degree courses in Lettere

· 2006, 03 – 2010, 12: Researcher in the History of Modern Art at Bologna University

· 2004 - 2006 Promoted by national competition to the post of Art History Officer for the Ministry, i/c art heritage conservation and restoration

· 1999 - 2003 Scholarships, Bologna University, Department of Visual Arts

· 1995 - 1998 PhD in Art History (Bologna University, Department of Visual Arts)

· 1994, 10 Post-graduate Specialization (Masters equivalent) in Archaeology and History of Art, with Honours (University of Siena)

· 1992 – 1999 Tenured teacher of Art History in Secondary Schools

· 1990, 07 Graduated in Humanities (History of Modern & Medieval Art), summa cum laude (University of Bologna)


Fields of Scholarship

· Collection and patronage in the 16th and 17th centuries, especially by the Estense family in Modena

· Monastic Art and Patronage, especially related to the Benedictine Cassinese Congregation

· History of classical tradition and the vogue for classical and biblical subjects in art of the modern era

. Art and interior Decoration XVIth to XVIII century in Emilia-Romagna