Tereza Sinigalia is an associate professor and PhD supervisor at the Faculty of Visual Arts and Design of UNAGE. She was appointed a Professor Emeritus (2018) and Doctor Honoris Causa (2020) by the same institution. She earned a BA Degree and a PhD in Art History at the National University of Arts in Bucharest. Her doctoral thesis entitled “Civil Wall Architecture in Wallachia (14th – 18th centuries)” published at Vremea Publishing House in Bucharest, 2000, received the G. Oprescu prize of the Romanian Academy for 2000. She’s an associate professor at the St. Teresa Institute in Bucharest, and teaches the History of Christian Art and Iconography at the Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology within the University of Bucharest. She was a visiting professor at Keio University in Tokyo (2003). Master’s in the History of Christian Art in the Romanian Countries. Participation in numerous conferences, symposia, round tables in Romania and abroad (France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Italy, Serbia, Poland, Russia, Israel, Japan). More than 150 publications in specialized magazines from the country and abroad; author or co-author of over 30 books.