PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXVI

supervisor: prof.ssa Manuela Gianandrea
co-supervisor (2): dott.ssa Elisabetta Scirocco

Born in Rome in 1994, in December 2016 she obtained the bachelor's degree in Studies in Art History at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", with a dissertation in History of Medieval Art (Supervisor: Prof. Anna Maria D'Achille) about the Cosmatesque liturgical furnishings conserved in Roman church of S. Cesareo.
In july 2019 she graduated in Art History in the same University. Previous researches, more detailed and expanded, converge in a Thesis entitled: "The liturgical furnishings of Saint Paul outside the walls between the 12th and 13th centuries: fragments and evidences of a lost context" (Supervisor: Prof. Manuela Gianandrea; co-supervisor: Prof. Anna Maria D'Achille).
Between September 2019 and March 2020 she attended a training internship at the Bibliotheca Hertziana of Rome, in which she was envolved in the project "Mapping Sacred Spaces. Forms, Functions and Aesthetics in Medieval Southern Italy". The project, which makes use of modern digital technologies, proposes a reconstructive investigation of Christian liturgical contexts in southern Italy between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries.
She is currently attending the XXXVI cycle of PhD at the "Storia, Antropologia, Religioni, Arte e Spettacolo" Department of University of Rome "La Sapienza". Her research is dedicated to the study of carved portals of religious buildings in Southern Italy (project title: "Carved and figured portals of worship places in southern Italy: the entrance to the sacred space between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries). Considering the most recent approaches to the study of sacred space, the project puts the emphasis on the performative component of images, on their perception by the faithful and on their interaction with rituality.

Research products

11573/1670481 - 2022 - 27. Clipeo con ritratto di pontefice da S. Paolo fuori le mura
Audizi, Chiara - 02f Scheda di catalogo
book: Roma Medievale. Il volto perduto della città - (978-88-6557-531-4)

11573/1670568 - 2022 - 63. Piviale detto "di Niccolò IV"
Audizi, Chiara - 02f Scheda di catalogo
book: Roma Medievale. Il volto perduto della città - (978-88-6557-531-4)

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