Coordinator of the International Programme in Humanities (IPH); Modern and Contemporary art
Sergio Cortesini is Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art. His main field of research is American-Italian artistic interactions and the policies of nationalism during the 1930s. Read more...
Modern Italian History
Introduction to Philosophy and Aesthetics
Annamaria Lossi has an International PhD in Philosophy and an European PhD in German Literature. Fellow and professor assistant at different universities in Italy and in Germany, she is now lecturing Aesthetics at the Department of Philosophy for the International Programme for Humanities, University of Pisa. Read more...
Medieval and Jewish history
Alessandra Veronese is Associate Professor of Medieval and Jewish history at the Dept. of Civilizations and Forms of Knowledge. Read more...
Cinzia M. Sicca
History of Early Modern and Baroque Art
A former Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge, Cinzia M. Sicca is Full Professor of History of Early Modern and Baroque Art.; Read more...
Carlo Lanfossi (Milan, 1983) is currently Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Milan and teaches at the University of Pisa. In 2018, he earned a PhD in Musicology from the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA). Read more...
Livia Giunti has completed her PhD in History of visual and performance arts at the University of Pisa in 2012 and she is Adjunct Professor of Italian Cinema for the International Programme for Humanities (University of Pisa) and of Digital Culture at Fondazione Campus (Lucca). Read more...
Margherita Facella is Associate Professor of Ancient History (Greek History) at the University of Pisa, Italy. She was Visiting Associate Professor at Northwestern University, USA and a Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Read more...
Fiammetta Di Lorenzo
Fiammetta Di Lorenzo earned a doctoral degree in Italian Modern Literature at the University of Siena (2008). After teaching Italian language and culture in France secondary public schools, she completed a second Ph.D. in Italian and French Studies at Duke University (2019). Read more...
Valerio Ascani (Lucca 1962) graduated in History of medieval art at the "La Sapienza" University of Rome with Angiola Maria Romanini and Antonio Cadei. After attending the School of Specialization in Art History of the same university, he obtained the title of PhD with a study on the history of architectural design in Italy in the Middle Ages. Read more...
Rosangela Lai is a linguist specializing in phonology, dialectology and the maintenance of endangered languages. She is currently a Research Fellow at the Department of Philology, Literature and Linguistics at the University of Pisa. Read more...
Chiara Ombretta Tommasi
Chiara Ombretta Tommasi (Rome, 1973). After graduating from the University of Pisa and the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa (1995), she obtained a PhD in Greek and Latin Philology at the University of Pisa (2000). Read more...
Lisa Rosselli graduated in Conservation of Cultural Heritage in 2002 at the University of Pisa and obtained her PhD in Archaeology in 2008 with a dissertation on the Hellenistic cemeteries of Volterra. As Research Fellow, since 2008 she has taught Archaeology of Pre-Roman Italy, and Etruscology and Italic Archaeology at the University of Pisa. Read more...
Civilizations along the Silk Roads
Chiara Barbati received her doctoral degree in Iranian Studies from Sapienza University of Rome in 2009, after spending two years at the Turfan Studies research group at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Read more...
Chiara Tarantino graduated in Conservation of Cultural Heritage - Archaeology in 1998 at the University of Pisa and completed her main studies with a master degree in Communication (Pisa) and PhD in Management and Development of Cultural Heritage at IMT Lucca. Since 1994, she began to deal with archaeological research and museums. Read more...
Development and Landscape Geography
After graduating with honours with a thesis on the geographical aspects of Apartheid in South Africa, Giovanni Pasta obtained his PhD in Urban and regional geography at the University of Pisa (1986). Subsequently, he was a teacher of Economic geography in secondary high schools in Italy. Read more...