Research: Sacred space and liturgical furnishings in Irpinia in the Middle Ages
Cecilia Goletti (Rome, 1995), after graduating in the “Liceo Classico” high school, in September 2018 achieved the bachelor degree in Historical-Artistic Studies at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, discussing a thesis in History of Medieval Art about the Cathedral of the Holy Sepulcher of Acquapendente, under the supervision of Prof. Anna Maria D’Achille. At the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, in January 2022 she obtained the master degree (cum laude) in History of Art, discussing a thesis concerning fragments of medieval liturgical furnishings from Southern Italy and preserved in international museums (Title: Disiecta Membra from Southern Italy. Sculpture for liturgical furnishings in the American and English collections. Supervisor: Manuela Gianandrea; co-supervisor: Elisabetta Scirocco). From September 2021 to March 2022, she took part in an internship at the Bibliotheca Hertziana in Roma, actively partecipating in the project “Mapping Sacred Spaces. Forms, Functions, and Aesthetics in Medieval Southern Italy”, which aims to reconstruct the liturgical arrangement of medieval ecclesiastical buildings in southern Italy between the 11th and 14th centuries. She is currently enrolled in the XXXVIII PhD cycle in History of Art with a project entitled “Sacred space and liturgical furnishings in Irpinia in the Middle Ages”. She is teaching assistant in Storia dell’Arte Medievale (L-ART/01) for the academic year 2022-2023.