Marina Gallinaro

Ricercatore a tempo determinato
L-ANT/01 ( Preistoria e protostoria )
Scienze dell'Antichità
Vetrerie Sciarra, Stanza 310
Telefono (+39) 06 9604 0394 int. 37094
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1. Profilo e risultati scientifici
Nata a La Maddalena nel 1978. Ricercatore a Tempo Determinato di tipo B, SSD L-Ant/01 (Preistoria e Protostoria (ottobre 2020) e Marie-Sk odowska-Curie Researcher (Global Fellowship) con il progetto ASArt-DATA Ancient Saharan Art - Decoding Art through Theoretically-sounded Archive "(finanziato dal programma di ricerca e innovazione Horizon 2020 dell'Unione Europea, grant n. 795744)
Nel 2008 ho completato il dottorato di ricerca Africanistica (curriculum Preistoria) presso l Università di Napoli L Orientale, con una ricerca sui modelli di insediamento nei siti del Medio Olocene nel Sahara orientale (Egitto), attraverso lo studio dei campi mobili. Da allora, sono stata membro attivo in progetti di ricerca nella regione del Sahara (Egitto e Libia), Africa orientale (Sudan centrale, Etiopia meridionale e Kenya settentrionale) e più recentemente in Italia (Riparo Ranaldi, PZ).
I miei interessi di ricerca includono: Neolitico; Pastoralismo; Mobilità; Arte Rupestre; Arte preistorica; Archeologia di genere; Iconografia; Gestione del patrimonio culturale; Digital humanities; Archeologia postcoloniale.
In particolare, la mia ricerca si concentra sui seguenti temi:
i. l'interazione tra l'uomo e l'ambiente nelle zone aride e le strategie che gli esseri umani hanno adottato per far fronte ai cambiamenti climatici. In particolare, il mio interesse riguarda l'emergere e la pratica della pastorizia in Africa, inclusi gli aspetti simbolici (arte rupestre) e cerimoniali, e con un interesse specifico sulla mobilità;
ii. arte rupestre, studiata con un approccio integrato che combina analisi contestuale e del paesaggio, visual studies, digital humanities e analisi iconografica;
iii. rilievo, studio e conservazione di arte rupestre preistorica;
iv. studio della rappresentazione umana nella preistoria, nell'area del Mediterraneo;
v. gestione del patrimonio culturale e sviluppo sostenibile.
2. Posizione attuale

  • 01/10/2020: Ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo B SSD L-Ant/01 (Preistoria e Protostoria) Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2019-2021: Ricercatore Marie-Sk odowska-Curie (Global Fellowship) Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma (2019-2021)
  • 2019-2020: Visiting Researcher Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA, Los Angeles
  • 2018-2027: Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale (art.16 legge 30 Dicembre 2010, n.240) a professore di Seconda Fascia nel Settore Concorsuale 10/A1 (ARCHEOLOGIA)
  • 2014-presente: Cultore della materia Preistoria e Protostoria, Università di Sassari

3. Formazione

  • 2011: Pilot - NATO Cultural Property Protection Course, National Defense Academy, Wien.
  • 2004-2008: Dottorato di Ricerca in Africanistica (Preistoria), Università di Napoli L Orientale.
  • 1997-2003: Laurea in Lettere (110/110 cum laude), Sapienza Università di Roma.
  • 2000: Certificat International en Archeologie Africaine , Université Libre de Bruxelles

4. Finanziamenti

  • 2019-2021: Marie-Sk odowska-Curie Fellow, Sapienza Università di Roma e Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA (finanziato dall European Union s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, Marie Sk odowska-Curie grant agreement No 795744)
  • 2013-2015: Borsa di ricerca Programma Master and Back-fase 2, Regione Sardegna
  • 2012: Prince Claus Fund Project: Rescue action for the National Museum of Tripoli (Libya). Damage assessment, training and support interrotto a causa della guerra civile
  • 2008-2009: Borsa di ricerca, Programma Master and Back-fase 1, Regione Sardegna
  • 2004-2007: Borsa di studio triennale per il Dottorato di Ricerca, Università di Napoli L'Orientale 

5. Esperienze lavorative (solo post-doc)

  • 2016-2018: Assegnista di ricerca, Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2013-2015: Assegnista di ricerca, DISSUF, Università di Sassari
  • 2013: Assegnista di ricerca, Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2011; 2016: Cultore della materia in Etnografia Preistorica dell Africa, Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2010-2012: Assegno di ricerca, Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2010-2011: Project Manager del progetto Messak Project Cultural and Environmental Preservation and Sustainable Tourism, Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2008-2009: Tirocinio di ricerca Master & Back Dipartimento di Scienze dell Antichità, Sapienza Università di Roma

6. Progetti principali e collaborazioni

  • 2020: Direttore di un progetto di analisi non invasive del sito con arte rupestre Riparo Ranaldi, Filiano (PZ)
  • 2017-presente: componente Missione Archeologica nella Rift Valley Kenyana, Sapienza Università di Roma (S. di Lernia) (Studio arte rupestre and CRM, GIS e remote sensing)
  • 2015-presente: co-direttrice (con E.E. Spinapolice) della Missione Archeologica in Etiopia Meridionale, Sapienza Università di Roma (GIS e remote sensing, arte rupestre, occupazione olocenica)
  • 2008-presente: componente Missione archeologica nel Sahara Archaeological Mission in the Sahara, Sapienza Università di Roma (PI: S. di Lernia) (Studio arte rupestre and CRM, GIS e remote sensing)
  • 2000-2008: componente Missione archeologica italiana nell Oasi di Farafra (Egitto) (PI: B.E. Barich). Archeologo, Designer e coordinatore Progetto GIS.
  • 2006-2008 - componente della Misione congiunta Italo-Libica nel Jebel Gharbi (Libia), Sapienza Università di Roma (PIs: B.E. Barich, E. Garcea). 

7. Pubblicazioni (selezione ultimi 5 anni)
Monografia
2018 - Gallinaro M. Mobility and pastoralism in the Egyptian Western Desert during the Middle and Late Holocene. A study of regional settlements patterns. AZA Monograph. Ed. All'Insegna del Giglio, Firenze
Curatele

  • 2020 - Domingo I. and Gallinaro M. (Guest editors) Impacts of scientific approaches on rock art research: global perspectives, Special Issue Quaternary International.
  • 2019 - di Lernia S. and Gallinaro M. (eds) Archaeology in Africa. Potentials and perspectives on laboratory & fieldwork research. Ed. All Insegna del Giglio: Firenze.

Articoli in riviste scientifiche - peer-reviewed (*su invito)

  • 2020 - Domingo I and Gallinaro M. Impacts of scientific approaches on rock art research: global perspectives, Editorial. Quaternary International https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.10.033
  • 2020 - Gallinaro M., Zerboni A. Rock, pigments, and weathering. A preliminary assessment of the challenges and potential of physical and biochemical studies on rock art from southern Ethiopia, Quaternary International https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.05.056.
  • 2020* - Wu Y.-L., Villa, F., Mugnai G., Gallinaro M., Spinapolice E.E., Zerboni A. Geomicrobial Investigations of Colored Outer Coatings from an Ethiopian Rock Art Gallery. Coatings, 10, 536,  https://doi.org/10.3390/coatings10060536
  • 2020* - Gallinaro M. The ASArt-DATA Project: current perspectives on central Saharan rock art. Quaderni di Archeologia della Libya, 22: 157-166.
  • 2019 - Caramelli D., Vai S., Sarno S, Lari M., Luiselli D., Manzi G., Gallinaro M., Mataich S., Hubner A., Modi A., Pilli E. Tafuri M.A, e di Lernia S. Ancestral mitochondrial N lineage from the Neolithic green Sahara. Scientific Reports, 9:3530.
  • 2018 - Gallinaro M., Zerboni A., Solomon T. and E.E. Spinapolice E.E. Rock art between preservation, research and sustainable development: a new perspective from Southern Ethiopia. African Archaeological Review 35(2): 211 223.
  • 2018 - Gallinaro M. and S. di Lernia. Trapping or tethering stones (TS). A case of exaptation in the pastoral neolithic of the Sahara. PLoS ONE 13(1): e0191765. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191765
  • 2018 - Mercuri A.M., Fornaciari R., Gallinaro M., Vanin S. and S. di Lernia Depicting plant behaviour through human imprints: the weediness of wild cereals and their cultivation. Nature Plants 4(2) DOI: 10.1038/s41477-017-0098-1.
  • 2017 - Spinapolice E.E., Gallinaro M. and A. Zerboni. New investigations in Southern Ethiopia (Yabelo and Gotera): Pleistocene and Holocene archaeological evidences. Scienze dell'Antichità 23(1): 37-47.
  • 2016 - di Lernia S., Bruni I., Cislaghi M., Cremaschi M., Gallinaro M., Gugliemi V., Mercuri A.M., Poggi G. and A. Zerboni. Colour in context. Pigments and other coloured residues from the Early-Middle Holocene site of Takarkori (SW Libya). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 8: 381 40
  • 2016* - Gallinaro M., Biagetti S. The role of mobility in Saharan archaeological research (1960-present). Azania. Archaeological Research in Africa 51(4): 435-452, Special issue African Mobility. Guest Editors: Ceri Ashley, Alexander Antonites e Per Ditlef Fredriksen.
  • 2016* - Clarke J., Brooks N., Banning E.B., Bar-Matthews M., Campbell S., Clare L., Cremaschi M., di Lernia S., Drake N., Gallinaro M., Manning S., Nicoll K., Philip G., Rosen S., Schoop U., Tafuri M.A., Weninger B. and A. Zerboni. Climatic Changes and Social Transformations in the Near East and North Africa During the Long 4th millennium BC: A Comparative Study of Environmental and Archaeological Evidence. Quaternary Science Reviews 136: 96-121. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.10.003

Contributo in volume/Atti di convegno (*peer review; #su invito)
 

  • 2020*# - Gallinaro M. Tadrart Acacus Rock Art Sites. In Smith C. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York.
  • 2019 - di Lernia S., Gallinaro M. Introducing the 1st Workshop on Archaeology in Africa . In: di Lernia S. e Gallinaro M. Papers from the 1st Workshop Archaeology in Africa - Potentials and perspectives on laboratory & fieldwork research. Ed. All Insegna del Giglio: Firenze, pp. 1-5.
  • 2018 - Carletti E., Fusco M., Gallinaro M., Zerboni A., Spinapolice E.E. Raw material exploitation and lithic variability at the MSA site of Gotera, Southern Ethiopia: technological and quantitative approaches combined in Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, pp. 140-148.
  • 2016 - Gallinaro M. Rock art landscape of the central Saharan massifs: a contextual analysis of Round Heads style. In Gutierrez et Honoré eds. L'art rupestre d'Afrique. Actualité de la recherche. Actes du colloque international, pp. 121-136. Paris 15-16-17 janvier 2014. Editions L'Harmattan. Paris.

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1. Outline of researchers scientific accomplishments
Born in La Maddalena in 1978. Assistant Professor (RTDB) in Prehistory and Protohistory (1/10/2020) and Marie-Sk odowska-Curie Researcher (Global Fellowship) with the Project ASArt-DATA Ancient Saharan Art Decoding Art through Theoretically-sounded Archive (funded by the European Union s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, grant no 795744)
In 2008 I completed my PhD in African studies (Prehistory) at the University of Naples L Orientale, with a research on the settlement patterns in mid-Holocene sites in the Eastern Sahara (Egypt), through the study of mobile campsites. Since then, I have been continuously an active member in research projects in the Sahara region (Egypt and Libya), East Africa (Central Sudan, southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya) and more recently in Italy (Riparo Ranaldi, PZ).
My research interests include Neolithic; Pastoralism; Mobility; Rock art; Prehistoric art; Gender Archaeology; Iconography; Cultural Heritage; Digital Humanities; Postcolonial archaeology.
In particular, my research focuses on the following topics:
i. interplay between humans and the environment in arid zones, and the strategies that humans adopted to cope with the climatic changes. In particular, my interest addresses the emergence and the practice of herding in Africa, including symbolic (rock art) and ceremonial evidence, and with a specific interest in mobility models;
ii. rock art, studied with an integrated approach combining contextual and landscape analysis, visual studies, digital humanities and iconographic analysis;
iii. survey, recording and conservation of prehistoric rock art;
iv. human representation in the Mediterranean area;
v. Cultural Heritage Management and sustainable development.
Author of a monograph, co-author of two edited volumes and more than 40 papers, mainly in peer-reviewed journals or volumes.
Participant at several international workshops and conferences, among which: European Association of Archaeology (EAA) 2014-2019, East African Association for Paleoanthropology and Paleontology (EAAPP) 2018, Society of Africanist Archaeologists (SAfA) 2004, 2014, 2020, Pan African Archaeological Association 2005, 2014.
Co-organizer of international workshops and Congress sessions, among which: 1st Workshop Archaeology in Africa, Rome 2017, with S. di Lernia; Perspectives on mobility from African archaeology, Rome 2018, with C. Prescott and Per D. Fredriksen; 2 Sessions at the EAA Annual Meeting in Barcelona (2018) with I. Domingo Sanz.
Referee for international research projects (Agence Nationale de la Recherche, France, and National Science Center, Poland); Referee for international journals (African Archaeological Review, Archaeologies, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology (Springer), Heliyon, Journal of African Archaeology, Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, Nomadic People, Quaternary International, Plosone, PNASS, SAGE open, Springer (Book).
2. Current position

  • 01/10/2020: Assistant Professor (RTDB) SSD L-Ant/01 (Prehistory and Protohistory) Dipartimento Scienze dell Antichità (Ancient World Studies), Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2019-2021: Marie-Sk odowska-Curie Global Fellowship Dipartimento Scienze dell Antichità (Ancient World Studies), Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2019-2020: Visiting Researcher Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA, Los Angeles
  • 2018-2027: National Scientific Qualification (art.16 of the law 30 December 2010, n.240): on 31/10/2018, qualified as Associate Professor ("II fascia"), 10/A1 ARCHAEOLOGY
  • 2014-present: Honorary Research Fellow in Prehistory and Protohistory, DISSUF, University of Sassari

3. Education

  • 2011: Pilot NATO Cultural Property Protection Course, National Defense Academy, Wien.
  • 2004-2008: PhD (with honors) in African Studies Prehistory, University of Naples L Orientale.
  • 1997-2003: Laurea (110/110 cum laude) Sapienza University of Rome.
  • 2000: Certificat International en Archeologie Africaine , Université Libre de Bruxelles

4. Grants and funding

  • 2019-2021: Marie-Sk odowska-Curie Fellow, Sapienza University of Rome and Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA (funded by the European Union s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, Marie Sk odowska-Curie grant agreement No 795744)
  • 2013-2015: Post-doctoral grant, Program Master and Back-phase 2, Regione Sardegna (Italy)
  • 2012 Prince Claus Fund Project: Rescue action for the National Museum of Tripoli (Libya). Damage assessment, training and support - stopped by the political turmoil
  • 2008-2009: Post-doctoral grant, Program Master and Back-phase 1, Regione Sardegna (Italy)
  • 2004-2007: Full tuition scholarship Doctoral studies, University of Naples L'Orientale (Italy)

5. Employment History (only post-doc positions)

  • 2019-2020: Visiting Researcher Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA, Los Angeles (2019-2020)
  • 2016-2018: Post-doctoral Researcher, Dept. Ancient World Studies, Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2014-present: Honorary Research Fellow in Prehistory and Protohistory, University of Sassari
  • 2013-2015: Post-doctoral Researcher, DISSUF, University of Sassari
  • 2013: Post-doctoral Researcher, Dept. Ancient World Studies, Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2011; 2016: Honorary Research Fellow in African Prehistory, Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2010-2012: Post-doctoral Researcher, Dept. Ancient World Studies, Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2010-2011: Project Manager of the Messak Project Cultural and Environmental Preservation and Sustainable Tourism, Dept. Ancient World Studies, Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2008-2009: Master & Back Post-doctoral Researcher, Dept. Ancient World Studies, Sapienza University of Rome

6. Major projects and involvement

  • 2020: Director of the Project of Non-invasive analysis at the Ranaldi Rock shelter, Filiano (PZ)
  • 2017-present: Member of the Archaeological Mission in the Kenyan Rift Valley, Sapienza University of Rome (PI: S. di Lernia). Tasks: Rock art and CRM Studies, GIS and remote sensing)
  • 2015-present: co-director Archaeological Mission in Southern Ethiopia. Sapienza University of Rome (PI: E.E. Spinapolice). Tasks: GIS and remote sensing, Rock art, Holocene occupation.
  • 2008-present: Member of the Archaeological Mission in the Sahara. Sapienza University of Rome (PI: S. di Lernia). Role: Rock art and CRM Studies, GIS and remote sensing
  • 2000-2008: Member of the Italian Archaeological Mission in Farafra Oasis (Egypt), Sapienza University of Rome (PI: B.E. Barich). Role: Archaeologist, GIS project.
  • 2006-2008: Libyan-Italian Joint Mission in the Jebel Gharbi (Libya), Sapienza University of Rome (PIs: B.E. Barich, E. Garcea). Role: field coordinator in excavation and survey activities

7. Selected Publications (last 5 years)

Monograph
2018 Gallinaro M. Mobility and pastoralism in the Egyptian Western Desert during the Middle and Late Holocene. A study of regional settlements patterns. AZA Monograph. Ed. All'Insegna del Giglio, Firenze
Edited book

  • 2020 Domingo I. and Gallinaro M. (Guest editors) Impacts of scientific approaches on rock art research: global perspectives, Special Issue Quaternary International.
  • 2019 di Lernia S. and Gallinaro M. (eds) Archaeology in Africa. Potentials and perspectives on laboratory & fieldwork research. Ed. All Insegna del Giglio: Firenze.

Articles in academic journals - peer-reviewed (*invited author)

  • 2020 Domingo I and Gallinaro M. Impacts of scientific approaches on rock art research: global perspectives, Editorial. Quaternary International https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.10.033
  • 2020 Gallinaro M., Zerboni A. Rock, pigments, and weathering. A preliminary assessment of the challenges and potential of physical and biochemical studies on rock art from southern Ethiopia, Quaternary International https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.05.056.
  • 2020* Wu Y.-L., Villa, F., Mugnai G., Gallinaro M., Spinapolice E.E., Zerboni A. Geomicrobial Investigations of Colored Outer Coatings from an Ethiopian Rock Art Gallery. Coatings, 10, 536,  https://doi.org/10.3390/coatings10060536
  • 2020* Gallinaro M. The ASArt-DATA Project: current perspectives on central Saharan rock art. Quaderni di Archeologia della Libya, 22: 157-166.
  • 2019 Caramelli D., Vai S., Sarno S, Lari M., Luiselli D., Manzi G., Gallinaro M., Mataich S., Hubner A., Modi A., Pilli E. Tafuri M.A, e di Lernia S. Ancestral mitochondrial N lineage from the Neolithic green Sahara. Scientific Reports, 9:3530.
  • 2018 Gallinaro M., Zerboni A., Solomon T. and E.E. Spinapolice E.E. Rock art between preservation, research and sustainable development: a new perspective from Southern Ethiopia. African Archaeological Review 35(2): 211 223.
  • 2018 Gallinaro M. and S. di Lernia. Trapping or tethering stones (TS). A case of exaptation in the pastoral neolithic of the Sahara. PLoS ONE 13(1): e0191765. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191765
  • 2018 Mercuri A.M., Fornaciari R., Gallinaro M., Vanin S. and S. di Lernia Depicting plant behaviour through human imprints: the weediness of wild cereals and their cultivation. Nature Plants 4(2) DOI: 10.1038/s41477-017-0098-1.
  • 2017 Spinapolice E.E., Gallinaro M. and A. Zerboni. New investigations in Southern Ethiopia (Yabelo and Gotera): Pleistocene and Holocene archaeological evidences. Scienze dell'Antichità 23(1): 37-47.
  • 2016 di Lernia S., Bruni I., Cislaghi M., Cremaschi M., Gallinaro M., Gugliemi V., Mercuri A.M., Poggi G. and A. Zerboni. Colour in context. Pigments and other coloured residues from the Early-Middle Holocene site of Takarkori (SW Libya). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 8: 381 40
  • 2016* Gallinaro M., Biagetti S. The role of mobility in Saharan archaeological research (1960-present). Azania. Archaeological Research in Africa 51(4): 435-452, Special issue African Mobility. Guest Editors: Ceri Ashley, Alexander Antonites e Per Ditlef Fredriksen.
  • 2016* Clarke J., Brooks N., Banning E.B., Bar-Matthews M., Campbell S., Clare L., Cremaschi M., di Lernia S., Drake N., Gallinaro M., Manning S., Nicoll K., Philip G., Rosen S., Schoop U., Tafuri M.A., Weninger B. and A. Zerboni. Climatic Changes and Social Transformations in the Near East and North Africa During the Long 4th millennium BC: A Comparative Study of Environmental and Archaeological Evidence. Quaternary Science Reviews 136: 96-121. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.10.003

Book chapters and conference proceedings (*peer review; #invited author)

  • 2020*# Gallinaro M. Tadrart Acacus Rock Art Sites. In Smith C. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, New York.
  • 2019 di Lernia S., Gallinaro M. Introducing the 1st Workshop on Archaeology in Africa . In: di Lernia S. e Gallinaro M. Papers from the 1st Workshop Archaeology in Africa - Potentials and perspectives on laboratory & fieldwork research. Ed. All Insegna del Giglio: Firenze, pp. 1-5.
  • 2018 Carletti E., Fusco M., Gallinaro M., Zerboni A., Spinapolice E.E. Raw material exploitation and lithic variability at the MSA site of Gotera, Southern Ethiopia: technological and quantitative approaches combined in Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, pp. 140-148.
  • 2016 Gallinaro M. Rock art landscape of the central Saharan massifs: a contextual analysis of Round Heads style. In Gutierrez et Honoré eds. L'art rupestre d'Afrique. Actualité de la recherche. Actes du colloque international, pp. 121-136. Paris 15-16-17 janvier 2014. Editions L'Harmattan. Paris.

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