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Angeliki Pollali, PhD

Associate Professor of Art History, Deree – The American College of Greece



University of Essex, UK
Ph.D. Art History and Theory

Columbia University, US
M.A. Art History

Deree – The American College of Greece
B.A. History

Angeliki Pollali is Associate Professor of Art History at Deree – The American College of Greece.  She has received the Major State Fellowship from the British Academy, UK, a Samuel H. Kress Foundation Travel Grant,  and has been a FRN Summer Scholar-in-Residence at New York University. She has organized sessions and given papers at the annual conferences of CAA, EAHN, RSA, and SAH. Her research interests and publications relate to the architectural history and theory of the Italian Renaissance; gender studies; historiography and methodology(ies) of art history; art and psychoanalysis. She has served as Vice-President of the EEIT (Association of Greek Art Historians).


Select Publications

Angeliki Pollali & Berthold Hub (eds.). Images of Sex and Desire in Renaissance Art and Modern Historiography. New York and London: Routledge, 2018

“The Double Strike: A Psychoanalytic Reading of Donatello’s Judith and Holofernes. ” In Images of Sex and Desire in Renaissance Art and Modern Historiography, edited by Angeliki Pollali and Berthold Hub, 128-145. New York and London: Routledge, 2018.

(with) Annie Kontogiorgi. “EEIT: A Brief History.” In Art History in Greece: Selected Essays, edited by Evgenios D. Matthiopoulos, 131-8, Athens: Melissa Publishing House, 2018

“Design Method and Mathematics in Francesco di Giorgio’s Trattati.” In Visual Culture and Mathematics in the Early Modern Period, edited by Ingrid Alexander-Skipnes, 32-51. Routledge, 2017

“Classical Mistranslations: The Absence of a Modular System in Calvo’s De Architectura.” In Rethinking the High Renaissance, edited by Jill Burke, 177-193. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2012

Angeliki Pollali & Berthold Hub (eds.). Reconstructing Francesco di Giorgio Architect. Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2011

“Human Analogy in Francesco di Giorgio: The Ragione of Modern Architecture.” In Reconstructing Francesco di Giorgio Architect, edited by Berthold Hub and Angeliki Pollali, 59-84. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011