Professor Keith Sciberras Ph.D., (b.1970) is Head of the Department of Art and Art History within the Faculty of Arts, University of Malta. Received as an Andrew W. Mellon Senior Fellow (2005) in the Department of European Paintings, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in 2005, he was elected Trustee of the Association of Art Historians (AAH), London in 2012. Professor Sciberras has published extensively on the subject of Caravaggio, Roman Baroque sculpture, and Italian Baroque painting and has contributed to numerous international research projects and exhibitions.
Professor Sciberras is a Member of Senate and Rector's Delegate for the Curation of the Historic Building and Works of Art. He is also the Coordinator of the Caravaggio Studies Project, Academic Coordinator of the Bachelor of Humanities (B.Hums), and member of the UM's Programme Validation Committee (PVC), the Faculty Ph.D. Committee and the Faculty Admissions Board.
SCIBERRAS, K., 2012. Roman Baroque Sculpture for the Knights of Malta . 2nd edn. Midsea Books.
ART1001 - Introduction to History of Art as a Discipline