Agnese Livia Fischetti

Agnese Livia Fischetti

Agnese Livia Fischetti

Agnese Livia Fischetti is a non resident fellow of the KNIR from February till November 2016. She works on a PhD project titled “Ciampino: la località Marcandreola e la via Castrimeniense” at the University of Groningen (GIA). This project studies human habitation and the development of the territory of Ciampino in the Roman Republican period. In particular, the research focuses on an ancient road called the via Castrimeniense and on the sites it connected. The PhD research will result in a monograph on the ancient topography of the Ciampino area and on the material culture (in particular middle-republican ceramics) collected during recent archaeological excavations.

Agnese Livia Fischetti (1969) is a Phd candidate of the GIA. She holds Master’s degree in technical geo-archaeology for land management and the protection of cultural heritage, from the Università degli Studi di Roma Tre (2002-2003), and a degree in Archaeology at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (1997), with a specialization in the Topography of ancient Rome. Moreover, she specialized in ceramic archaeological restoration. From 2009 to 2013 she was the Scientific Director of the Museo Civico Archeologico ANTIQUARIUM of Nettuno. From 2001 until now she has collaborated with Soprintendenza Archeologia del Lazio e dell’Etruria Meridionale as archaeologist and as restorer. She is ceramist and she teaches courses on restoration and clay working for civic museums. At KNIR she teaches a course titled:  Material Culture of the Republican Period and she will organize an expert workshop on material culture of the suburbium in the Mid-Republican period.

Publicaties

Recent publications include:

Imperfect Histories (Cornell UP, 2001)

The Afterlives of Walter Scott (Oxford UP, 2012)

Commemorating writers in 19th-century Europe: Nation-Building and Centenary Fever (co-edited with Joep Leerssen; Palgrave, 2014)

Transnational Memory: Circulation, Articulation, Scales (co-edited with Chiara De Cesari; DeGruyter, 2014)