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Noemi Quagliati

Noemi Quagliati, Dr. des.

Wissenschafltiche Mitarbeiterin

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Noemi Quagliati is an art and photo historian interested in the circulation of images and image infrastructures in North American and European visual cultures. She has written and curated extensively on landscape and aerial iconography, nature and territorial photography, photo-optical technology for military and environmental applications, multisensory aesthetics, and collective memory.

After having studied at Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan and Istanbul Bilgi University, Noemi earned a Ph.D. from the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (LMU). During her doctorate, she enhanced her knowledge in environmental humanities and eco-aesthetics, participating in place-based workshops at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Minnesota. Noemi has been a visiting researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, and at the Research Institute for the History of Science and Technology at the Deutsches Museum, where she has collaborated on modernizing the museum’s historical aviation section by investigating the topic of aerial photography. Before joining the Amerika-Institut, where she offers courses on North American photography and art, Noemi lectured at the Junior Year in Munich Program coordinated by LMU Munich and Wayne State University, Detroit.