Flaminia Ferlito is a PhD student in Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage at IMT, Institute for Advanced Studies in Lucca, with a research focus on history and conservation of the cultural heritage of the Fondo Edifici di Culto (FEC) department of the Ministry of Interior in Rome.
After graduating in History of Art cum laude at La Sapienza University of Rome, she got two different masters, the first one in 2019 in Administrative Law and New technologies for Cultural Heritage sponsored by the Faculty in Law in La Sapienza and the second one in 2020 in Art Management at Luiss Business School of Rome.
In the same years, Flaminia has different works experiences in public and private institutions. In 2019 she was part of the staff of the Ministry of Interior in Rome, where she worked for the catalogue of the FEC’s artistic objects.
Also, she was a scientific committee assistant in the Raffaello exhibitions (2020) organisation at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, in collaboration with the Galleria Degli Uffizi of Florence.
Currently, Flaminia is a Student's representative for Assessment Board.
Her interest research focus on:
- the history of art collection,
- the management of cultural heritage,
- the relationship between iconology and the history of Early Modern Art.