Dr. Marco Musillo

Academic Assistant

Phone: +39 055 24911-94

Ph.D., Art History, School of World Art Studies & Museology, University of East Anglia, Norwich, U.K., 2007, Fields: Eighteenth-Century Global Art History, Mid-Qing Art and Culture; Dissertation: "Bridging Europe and China: The Professional Life of Giuseppe Castiglione (1688–1766)". Recent pubblications: "The Shining Inheritance: Italian Artists at the Qing Court, 1699–1812", Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute Publications, 2016 (book); "Trasferimenti culturali e traduzioni artistiche: Giuseppe Castiglione pittore milanese alla corte Qing (1715-1766)", in: Michela Catto e Gianvittorio Signorotto (a cura di), "Milano, l'Ambrosiana e la conoscenza dei nuovi mondi (secoli XVII–XVIII)§, Bulzoni Editore-Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano, 2015, 497–520 (article).

Getty Research Institute Fellowship "Connecting Seas: Cultural and Artistic Exchange" for the research project "From Local Media to Global Spectators: Early Modern Screens between Asia and New Spain" (2013 Fall); Fondazione Ceschin Pilone, Research Associate Fellowship in Chinese Art at the Museum delle Culture in Lugano (Switzerland) (2010–2012); EDS-Stewart Chair Research Fellowship, The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History, University of San Francisco, Center for the Pacific Rim, College of the Arts and Sciences (2008–2009); Residential writing fellowship, Cross-Cultural Centre Ascona, Switzerland (2007–2008); Arts & Humanities Research Council, U.K., Doctoral Fellowship for dissertation research & writing (2003–2006).

Education: Beijing Normal University (2000–2001): Intensive Mandarin language course (Classical & Modern); B.A., cum laude, East Asian History, Università degli Studi di Bologna, Italy (1993–1999).


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