Francesca Liuni is an Architect, Exhibition Designer, Curator, and Assistant Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, Department of Interior Architecture. She holds a Master´s Degree in Architecture from the Politecnico di Bari and a Master´s of Science in History, Theory and Criticism from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she was part of the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture, Art, and Urbanism. She is a licensed architect in Italy and EU. She designed exhibitions for the Harvard Museum of History of Science, MIT Museum, MIT Compton Gallery, and the Rhode Island School of Design. She also worked for the Milan-based office Simmetrico Networks, for the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, and for the Archeological Studies and Reconstruction of the island of Kos (Greece). She has collaborated with several publications such as Nasser Rabbat’s The Architecture of the Dead Cities: Toward a New Interpretation of the History of Syria, Giorgio Rocco's The agorá of the Southern stoà in Monuments of Kos. Among her most relevant recent publications Sono Persone | Ata Janë Njerëz 8.8.1991: Public Mementos and the Political Agency of Absence in Juilee Decker's upcoming volume Fallen Monuments and Contested Memorials and Politicized Aesthetics. Questioning the Neutrality of Museum Architecture and Recontextualizing Exhibition Design for the upcoming ICOFOM Study Series.