The doctorate collaborates for study and research activities with important institutions, including the following:

Centre Jean Berard, Naples

Magna Grecia Foundation

Donnaregina Foundation – Museo Madre, Neaples

Morra Foundation – Hermann Nitsch Museum Archive Laboratory for Contemporary Arts

Archaeological Park of Paestum

Italian Archaeological School in Athens

Superintendence of Fine Arts, Archeology and Landscape, Salerno and Avellino

Custody of the Holy Land, Jerusalem

Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome

Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando of Madrid


Many Ph.D. theses are under joint supervision with foreign universities, including the following:

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

University Complutense of Madrid, Spain

University of Paris I – Sorbonne-Pantheon, France

University of Poitiers, France

Università Alberto Hurtado – Santiago del Cile