Giuseppe Pagano, Self Portrait outside the Bocconi University
Professor Flavia Marcello teaches the history, theory and practice of architectural design at Swinburne University’s School of Design and Architecture and is Member of the Centre for Transformative Media Technologies.
In 2010 she was instrumental in developing two new architectural history subjects at the University of Melbourne and for the new architectural history units for Swinburne's new Bachelor of Design (Architecture).
She has spent eight years in Rome teaching the history of its art and its monuments on site and is an expert on the unique and multi-layered history of the eternal city with a focus on the Italian Fascist Period.
She has book chapters with Ashgate, Routledge and Brill and has published widely read articles in Modern Italy, the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians and Rethinking History.
Her monograph Giuseppe Pagano. Design and Social Change in Fascist Italy came out in January 2020 with Intellect Press.
Her second book After the Fall on the legacy of Fascism in contemporary Rome is due out in early 2024.