Museum Studies (MUST)

Director: Emanuele Pellegrini

Please note that next call for MUST will be published in 2025. 

Curriculum Overview 

The track in Museum Studies is dedicated to museums and museum studies. Based on an institutional partnership between IMT and some of the most relevant Italian museums and cultural institutions (Fondazione Museo Egizio, Torino; Galleria Nazionale di Urbino; Museo Nazionale Romano; Parco Archeologico di Pompei; Galleria Borghese, Roma; Galleria dell'Accademia, Firenze), the track proposes courses on public engagement, cataloguing methods, museum management, museum visitors, provenance studies. PhD research will be developed in strong connection with the members of the above mentioned partnership and other museum professionals involved in Lynx Research Unit projects.

Input and Output Profiles 

The track aims at providing specific know-hows to prospective professionals operating in the fields of museums, providing a deep knowledge on curatorship and museum activities. Prospective students should preferably have an undergraduate background in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (i.e. Archaeology and Art History), but it is open to other type of background (Cultural Heritage Law, Management of Cultural Heritage).

Research Units contributing to the track 

IMT School Research Units could participate in MUST activities.