Architect, Ph.D., Associate Professor in History of Architecture at Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona. Nordic countries have been one of his long-lasting research interests. He has promoted research programs, seminars, study travels, publications on the connections between Mediterranean and Baltic. External editor for the Nordic Countries at ‘Il Giornale dell’Architettura’. Director of the international summer programme “Living with earthquakes. A strategic plan for the earthquake prone regions”. Visiting Professor at the International Doctoral Program in ‘Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism’, Silpakorn University, Bangkok. He has been Visiting Scholar at St John’s College and at the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge, UK. In 2019-2020 he has promoted the international research project 'GDC 100' on the legacy of Giancarlo De Carlo based at the National Academy of San Luca in Rome.
Alici, A. “The Journey to the North. The Italian Cultural Institute in Stockholm in the Context of the Relationship Between Swedish and Italian Architects.” In Enchanting Architecture. The Italian Cultural Institute in Stockholm by Gio Ponti, edited by M. Sica, 11-123. Milano: 5 Continents, 2021.
Alici, A. Aino e Alvar Aalto. Risonanze Italiane . Palermo: Caracol, 2018.
Alici, A., and F. De Pieri, “Giancarlo de Carlo at 100 (119-2019).” HPA II, no. 5 (2019). https://hpa.unibo.it/issue/view/881/
Alici, A. “La Grande Helsinki/ Greater Helsinki.” Metamorfosi, no. 6 (2019): 40-47.
Alici, A. “Ralph Erskine and Italy: a dialogue with the historic town.” In ArkDes Research Symposium on Architectural History, edited by M. Andersson and C.H. Pech, 226-244. Stockholm: ArkDes, 2020.
Alici, A. “Peterhouse. Prove di modernità in un college di Cambridge.” Città e Storia XII, no. 2 (2017): 287-313.