Angeliki PollaliArt History and Archeology
BA in History, Deree-The American College of Greece; MA in Art History, Columbia University; PhD in Art History and Theory, University of Essex
Angeliki Pollali received her PhD in Art History and Theory from the University of Essex, her MA in Art History from Columbia University and her BA in History from Deree-The American College of Greece. She has published on Renaissance architectural theory and has co-edited an anthology on Francesco di Giorgio Martini (2011). She has organized sessions and given papers in the annual conferences of RSA (Renaissance Society of America), CAA (College Art Association) and EAHN (European Architectural History Network). Her research interests include architectural history and theory of the Italian Renaissance; gender studies; historiography and methodology of art history.