Paolo Liverani - Curriculum Vitae#

  • Born in Rome, 1959
  • 1982 degree in classics; 1991 PhD (diss.: La topografia Antica del Vaticano)
  • 1986-2005 Curator of the Department for Classical Antiquities of the Vatican Museums
  • 1991-2005 Professor for Museography and Theory of Restoration at the Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome)
  • since 2005 Professor for the Topography of Ancient Italy at the University of Florence

Membership: 1990 Deutsches Archäologische Institut (korrispondierendes Mitglied); 1993 Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia (since 2011 secretary); 1993 International Association for Classical Archaeology (1999-2018 member of the board; 1999-2002 vice-president; 2003-2006 president); 1996 Société National des Antiquaires de France (associé correspondants étranger); 2010 Istituto Nazionale di Studi Etruschi (socio corrispondente); 2016 British School at Rome (honorary fellow); 2019 Archaeological Institute of America (corresponding member).

Member of the advisory committee of several scientific review: Atlante Tematico di Topografia Antica (Rome); Supplementa of the Bulletin Antieke Beschaving (Amsterdam); Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung (Rome); Onoba. Revista de arqueología y antigüedad (Huelva); on-line review: Studies in Digital Heritage (Bloomington, Indiana); Fold&r (Rome); Histara (Paris-Bern). Member of the advisory committee of several scientific series: Sarkophagkorpus (Berlin); Interdisciplinary Studies in Ancient Culture and Religion (Leuven); Eikonikà. Kunstwissenschaftliche Beiträge (Schnell und Steiner / Görres Gesellschaft – Regensburg).

Member of the Advisory board of the Morphomata Centre for Advanced Studies (University of Cologne); Advisor of the Vatican Museums (Vatican City); Member of the Commission fot the Protection of the Historical and Artistic Monuments of the Holy See (Vatican City 2008-2017) and of the Pontifical Commission for Sacred Archaeology (Vatican City 20015- to the present); Member of the scientific committee of the National Museum of Rome.

Curator or co-curator of several exhibition as I colori del bianco (Vatican City 2004), Laocoonte e la fondazione dei Musei Vaticani (Vatican City 2006); Giulio Cesare. L’uomo, le imprese, il mito (Rome, 2008-2009); Roma. A vida e seus imperadores (Belo Horizonte - Sao Paulo 2011-2012).

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