Alessia Muroni is an Art historian and an independent researcher. After her diploma in Painting at the Academy of Arts in Rome she got her degree in Art History at La Sapienza University of Rome graduating in Iconology and Iconography with a thesis on Aby Warburg and Bernard Berenson. Her PhD thesis was on critique and museology work of Palma Bucarelli.
Her studies focus on Art literature, Women Studies, LGBTQ Studies and women artists, on which she published number of essays and articles. She writes articles and reviews on Il Giornale dell’Arte and she collaborates with Gallerie Nazionale d’Arte Antica Barberini Corsini for the implementation of the online catalogue.
She currently is working on an essay dedicated to women art historians.
She’s a member of Società Italiana delle Storiche, of Società Italiana delle Letterate, and Italian Virginia Woolf Society.