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  • Vito Guida is a PhD student in Cultural and Intellectual History at the Warburg Institute (supervised by Dr Guido Giglioni and Professors Alastair Hamilton). The focus of Guida's research is Philosophy and Theology of the medieval and early modern p...More


  • University of London
    • Warburg Institute
    • PhD candidate
    • Present

  • Warburg Institute
    • Library
    • Library assistant
    • June 2018 to Present

    Helping readers navigating the library and re-shelving books in the department of Art History.


  • Warburg Institute
    • MA (Distinction) in Cultural and Intellectual History 1300-1650
    • October 2015 to August 2016

    Graduated with a dissertation titled "Holy Landscapes: From the New Jerusalem to the Gospel of Suffering" (supervised by Dr Rembrandt Duits, Deputy-curator of the Photograpic Collection). Studied Latin, Italian Palaeography, Latin Palaeography, Iconology, Iconography, Renaissance Philosophy, Classical Philosophy, Religious Studies, Reformation, Counter-Reformation, Material Culture.

  • Open University
    • BA (First-Class with Honours) in Humanities with Classicazl Studies
    • September 2010 to May 2014

    Graduated with a dissertation titled "How Did the Religious Preoccupations of the Dominican Order and the Patronage of Cosimo de' Medici Shape the Design of Fra Angelico's San Marco Altarpiece?". Studied Latin, Ancient Greek, Classical Civilization, Mythology, Renaissance Art History.