Flaminia is currently a PhD student in Cultural Heritage at the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge. She has worked as a curator at the Division of Archaeology of the Ministry of Culture of Italy (Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma).
Prior to studying at Cambridge, she worked as a museum assistant in Cambridge’s Kettle’s Yard and had a curatorial role in the ‘At Home in Renaissance Italy’ exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She also had a curatorial role as part of her year internship for English Heritage at Wrest Park working with its archaeological collection.
While at ICCROM, Flaminia’s research will focus on Rome’s divided memory: Nazi-Fascist heritage and post-war memory construction in Italy.
Member State represented – Italy
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