- Laurea in giurisprudenza (JD equivalent), University of Roma Tre, 2003
- Ph.D. in Private Law and Legal History (University of Milano-Bicocca) and History and Civilizations (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris), 2009
Stefania Gialdroni is currently Research Fellow in Medieval and Modern Legal History in the University of Roma Tre Law Department, where she teaches Medieval and Modern Legal History and The Legal Protection of Cultural Heritage.
In 2006 she was admitted to the Doctorate in European Legal Cultures (Marie Curie, 6th Framework Program) and spent, as a visiting Ph.D. student, one year at the Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte in Frankfurt a. M., one year at the London School of Economics and two years at the EHESS in Paris. As a post-doc research fellow, she worked at Arcadia University (The College of Global Studies, Rome Center), the University of Roma Tre (where she co-organized the Law and the Humanities course), the University of Palermo and the University of Helsinki. In 2018 she has obtained the Italian National Qualification as Associate Professor (IUS/19). She has published a number of articles on the History of Commercial Law and on Law and the Humanities, with particular focus on the relationship that exist between Law, Architecture and Iconography. She is the author of the monograph East India Company. Una storia giuridica (1600-1708) (Il Mulino, 2011). Finally, she is also a licensed tour guide.