Andrea Nanetti

Curriculum Vitae

Andrea Nanetti's university education is in Medieval and Renaissance studies (Italy, France, Germany, Greece, USA) at the interface of historical, philological, aesthetic, anthropological, and computational methodologies. As a scholar, he focuses on innovation and change in heritage interpretation and transmission processes at the intersections of (digital) humanities and data science (i.e. the ontologies of heritage science as a domain). He applies multidisciplinary and trans-disciplinary methods to identify case studies for interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary teamwork investigations, which resulted in 10 books and more than 50 other scholarly publications in English, Italian, Chinese, Spanish and Modern Greek, focusing on following main areas: global histories of intercontinental networks, national art-heritage-politics relationships, territorial man-heritage-landscape systems, and, more recently, cultural and biological heritage systems in human interpretation of the external world (seen as artificial intelligence amplifications ante litteram). 
Andrea Nanetti lives with his family in Singapore and is: 

  • Assoc. Prof. in the School of Art, Design and Media at NTU Singapore 
  • Senior Research Team member in the Complexity Institute at NTU Singapore 
  • Co-founder and Deputy-Director (International relations) of the International Research Center for Architectural Heritage Conservation at Shanghai JiaoTong University
  • Senior Researcher at the ECLT of the University of Venice Ca' Foscari 
  • Member of the College of Professors of the PhD School of Architecture (Florence)
  • Member of the Board of Directors, Maniatakeion Foundation (Athens & Koroni, Greece)