Mr Jacopo Gnisci
BA in History and Conservation of the Cultural Heritage (First) MA in the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas (Distinction)
Ethiopian Art, History, and Religion; Theology; Iconography; Medieval and Byzantine Art; Islamic Art; Late Antiquity; Renaissance Art; Indian Art; African Art.
Jacopo Gnisci is a PhD candidate at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. His research focuses on the iconography of the Passion in Ethiopian Art. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of News File, the journal of the Anglo-Ethiopian Society, and of Polyvocia.
- Jacopo Gnisci, A museum on Ethiopia and on the Adventurous Life of a Missionary that Lived there for Thirty-five Years.
- Jacopo Gnisci, Continuity And Tradition: The Prominent Role Of Cyrillian Christology In Fifteenth Century Ethiopia.
- Jacopo Gnisci, An Ethiopian Icon from a Private Collection in Florence.
- Jacopo Gnisci, Book Review: Osvaldo Raineri, Il Signore delle Chiavi: Scritti Etiopici sull’ Apostolo Pietro, (Roma: Orientalia Christiana, 2012), pp. 348.
- Jacopo Gnisci, Exhibition Review: Æthiopia Porta Fidei: I Colori dell’Africa Cristiana. Vicenza, Museo Diocesano, 27 October 2012 - 24 February 2013.
- Jacopo Gnisci, Book Review: Claude Lepage and Jacques Mercier, Lalibela: Wonder of Ethiopia: The Monolithic Churches and Their Treasures, (London: Paul Holberton Publishing), pp. 344.
- Jacopo Gnisci, The Anglo-Ethiopian Society, Reports of Society Events: Aksum and the End of Meroë, Michael H. Zach, Lecture, 17 May 2012, SOAS.
- 38th Annual AAH Conference (2012)
- 9th International Conference of the History of Ethiopian Art and Architecture (2013)
- Society for Renaissance Studies
- Anglo-Ethiopian Society