Ketty Iannantuono, M.A.
Doktorandin, KHI-ANAMED Fellow
Ketty Iannantuono is a postdoctoral fellow at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz and at the Research Institute for Anatolian Civilizations, Istanbul. She is currently completing a PhD at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, and, in December 2022, she will defend her thesis Staging Roman emperors. The impact of contexts on the configuration, management and understanding of Roman imperial representation on provincial monuments. During her doctoral studies, she enjoyed several research stays at the Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome, and she was granted a fellowship by the Netherlands Institute in Turkey in Istanbul and the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden in Leiden (2019). She previously studied at the University of Bologna (B.A. 2010, M.A. 2012, and “Diploma di Specializzazione” in Classical Archaeology 2015). At the Kunsthistorisches Institut, Ketty is exploring diplomatic and scholarly dynamics behind early-twentieth century Italian archaeological activities in Ottoman territories.
- Roman Visual and Material Culture – focus on monumentality
- Roman Provincial Archaeology – focus on Asia Minor and North Africa
- Reception of Classical and Byzantine Antiquity – focus on archaeological displays
- History of Archaeology – focus on early twentieth century Italy