Antonella TROTTA Curriculum

Antonella Trotta is Assistant Professor (L-Art/04) at University of Salerno. She participates in the Board of the PHD in Methods and Methodologies of Archaeological and Artistic Research of the University of Salerno; she is in the editorial board of «Confronto. Studi e ricerche di storia dell'arte europea». She has curated, as a member of the Scientific Committee and the Organizing Committee, international conferences, coordinated research programs and participated in PRIN projects. She has been a speaker at national and international conferences. Her research work focuses on: 1.History of art, national identity and nationalism: the notion of "national heritage" as a place of negotiation of the political, social and cultural environment in Italy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 2.On the side of the beholder: the vitality of beholder experience and, in particular of its psycho-physiological dimension, in the articulation of cultural categorizations, institutions and practices of history and art criticism. 3. Art history as a system of values ¿¿for the construction of collective identities. She edited in Italian C. Bell, The pleasure of painting (Milan, 2012) and, with Marina Lops, Democratic Highbrow. Bloomsbury between élite and mass culture, Milan 2017. Among her recent works: Il Rinascimento in cornice. Art criticism and public in London. 1880-1930 (Naples 2017). With Stefania Zuliani, she edited the 2019 issue of the magazine «Piano B. Arti e culture visive», V. 4, N.1. She teaches History of art criticism, Methodology of art history and Didactics of art history for the three-year and master's degree courses of the Department of Cultural Heritage Sciences of the University of Salerno.