Title/s: Adjunct Professor
Paolo Alei has recently co-edited a book on the patronage of the Orsini Family in the Renaissance, ed. Paolo Alei and Max Grossman, Building Family Identity: The Orsini Castle of Bracciano from Fiefdom to Duchy (1470-1698), Oxford: Peter Lang, 2019. He wrote articles on Titian, Raphael and Caravaggio and is currently researching on Caravaggio’s Martyrdom of Saint Mathew. He is co-founder of EMR (Early Modern Rome), an interdisciplinary triennial conference about Rome from 1341 to 1667. He is the scientific curator of the Odescalchi Castle of Bracciano.
- PhD, Art History, Oxford University
- MA, Art history and Archaeology, Columbia University, New York
- BA, John Cabot University, Rome
- Early Modern Italian art and architecture with a particular focus on Venice, Rome and Naples