Francesco Danieli

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Francesco Danieli (Lecce, 1981) is an Italian historian and iconologist.

Life and activities[edit]

Born in 1981, Francesco Danieli is an Italian historian and iconologist. He is known in the international scene, especially for his work on art and faith in Tridentine Italy and his study on Philip Neri and his aesthetic experience.[1] Danieli studied Philosophy, Theology, Archaeology, Art and History in Naples and Rome.[2] He is Director of Gli Argonauti, series of publications by Edizioni Universitarie Romane (Rome). He has been involved in various international research projects and conferences. His extensive publication record includes books, essays, reviews, and newspaper columns.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • S. Francesco d’Assisi in un codice bizantino del sec. XV, Galatina, Congedo, 2005.
  • Il mistero dei segni, Galatina, Congedo, 2007.
  • La freccia e la palma. San Sebastiano fra storia e pittura con 100 capolavori dell’arte, Rome, Edizioni Universitarie Romane, 2007.
  • Laudario dei semplici, Rome, Edizioni Universitarie Romane, 2008.
  • San Filippo Neri. La nascita dell’Oratorio e lo sviluppo dell’arte cristiana al tempo della riforma, Cinisello Balsamo, San Paolo, 2009.
  • Fasti e linguaggi sacri. Il barocco leccese tra riforma e controriforma, Lecce, Grifo, 2014.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Britannica Concise Encyclopedia [1] (English)
  2. ^ The Argonauti [2] (Italian)