Caterina Pisu, an archaeologist and museum educator, was born in the Isle of Ischia (the ancient Pithecusa, the first Greek colony in the West), in the bay of Naples; moved with her family to Rome, when she grew up, and now she lives in the medieval town of Viterbo, ancient seat of the Papacy, “the city of beautiful women and fountains”.
For some years she edited the column dedicated to the museums, in the magazine for the economy of cultural heritage, “ArcheoNews” and is the author of scientific publications about Archaeology and Museology. Caterina has also organized and directed post-graduate courses in Museology and in Archaeological Journalism and Communication, and created the National Conferences “Federico Halbherr” for young archaeologists.
Caterina currently coordinates research activities of the Associazione Nazionale Piccoli Musei (APM), and plays the role of Community Manager on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, You Tube, Linkedin and Pinterest. Her favorite museum professionals, people who inspire…
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