Rosa Anna Di Lella
Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico "Luigi Pigorini"

rnRosa Anna Di Lella (1979) studied cultural anthropology at the University “Sapienza” in Rome, where she graduated in 2003 in Ethnology of the Mediterranean Cultures. She continued her formation in 2007/2008 with a Master's Degree in “Design, marketing and management of cultural events” at the University “Sapienza” and in 2009/2011 with a degree in “Scuola di specializzazione in beni demoentoantropologici” at the University of Perugia. rnIn 2004 she started working with the ethnographic division of the National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography "L. Pigorini" of Rome, where she participated in several projects of research on collections and exhibitions. Here, since 2007, she worked in European projects aimed to build participatory processes to the inclusion of the immigrants. rnHer interest for anthropological research in and about museums meets a strong will in experimenting with the audio-visual language, exposition design inside and outside the museum.rnThe experiences in participatory museology allowed her to deepen the relationship between autobiography and material culture.rn