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Monash University was acknowledged.


The research project “CRAFT, Cartonnage Regionalism in the Ateliers of the Fayum Territory”, funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Global Fellowships programme 2020, will be hosted by CNR ISPC of Catania, with an evaluation of 96.60/100.

The 3-year project is supported by the CNR ISPC. The researcher Carlo Rindi Nuzzolo will spend a year at the CNR ISPC in Catania and two years at UC Berkeley, with additional research periods in several international museums.  He is an Egyptologist with a PhD from Monash University, Melbourne. He was recently Lead Curator at the British Museum with a Cultural Heritage project against illicit trafficking of antiquities, in collaboration with experts in cultural heritage, museums and law enforcement agencies. He is a member of the Dakhleh Oasis Project which carries out archaeological fieldwork in the Western Egyptian Desert.

 

Period7 Jun 2021

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  • TitleCNR ISPC host institution for CRAFT research project of Marie Curie Fellowship
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletNational Research Council of Italy Official Website
    Media typeWeb
    CountryItaly
    Date7/06/21
    DescriptionThe research project “CRAFT, Cartonnage Regionalism in the Ateliers of the Fayum Territory”, funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Global Fellowships programme 2020, will be hosted by CNR ISPC of Catania, with an evaluation of 96.60/100.

    The 3-year project is supported by the CNR ISPC. The researcher Carlo Rindi Nuzzolo will spend a year at the CNR ISPC in Catania and two years at UC Berkeley, with additional research periods in several international museums. He is an Egyptologist with a PhD from Monash University, Melbourne. He was recently Lead Curator at the British Museum with a Cultural Heritage project against illicit trafficking of antiquities, in collaboration with experts in cultural heritage, museums, and law enforcement agencies. He is a member of the Dakhleh Oasis Project which carries out archaeological fieldwork in the Western Egyptian Desert.

    Monash University was acknowledged with also a link to Monash homepage.
    Producer/AuthorCNR Communication Division
    URLhttps://www.ispc.cnr.it/it_it/2021/06/07/cnr-ispc-host-institution-for-craft-research-project-of-marie-curie-fellowship/
    PersonsCarlo Rindi Nuzzolo

Keywords

  • Heritage Science
  • mummy masks
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  • Archaeological Science
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  • Cultural Heritage Preservation
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient History
  • fellowship
  • Marie Curie
  • Egyptology
  • Egyptian archaeology
  • Museum Collections
  • Early Career Research
  • Egypt
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  • Methodology
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