PhD, Roehampton University; MA Warburg Institute; MA Columbia University; BA (Hons.) University of Pennsylvania
Antonio’s research and teaching interests are interdisciplinary and comparative and fall broadly into the fields of Renaissance History, Art History and Cultural Studies. His specialism is Northern Italian courtly culture in all its manifestations, and focuses in particular on the Estense court at Ferrara. He has studied and taught in the US, Italy, Germany and the UK, where he has lived for over 10 years. In London, Antonio has taught at Roehampton University, King’s College London, University College London and Goldsmiths, where he has been Lecturer in History since 2009.