Maya Maskarinec Considers How Christian Sanctity Transformed Early Medieval Rome
Maya Maskarinec is the winner of the Phyllis G. Gordan Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize in Medieval Studies and a Ph.D candidate in the Department of History at the University of California in Los Angeles.
Celebrating the Centennial: Finding the Janus View
This year marks a century of the American Academy’s presence on Rome’s Janiculum Hill and by now it gives an impression of organic belonging here.
Launching the Centenary from the Capitoline with Ignazio Marino, Mayor of Rome
Last Tuesday the American Academy in Rome launched a centenary year from the Sala della Protomoteca on the Campidoglio with an event to commemorate the past hundred years of collaboration between the American Academy and Roma Capitale.
Stephanie Frampton Studies Authors and Inscription in Ancient Rome
Stephanie Frampton is the winner of the Andrew Heiskell Post-Doctoral Rome Prize in Ancient Studies and an Assistant Professor of Classical Literature in the Department of Literature at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Thomas Leslie Pursues His Long-Standing Interest in Architect Pier Luigi Nervi’s Work
Thomas Leslie is the winner of the Booth Family Rome Prize in Historic Preservation and Conservation and the Pickard Chilton Professor in Architecture in the Department of Architecture at Iowa State University.
A Conversation on Philosophy and a Conference on Libraries
Last week the Academy brought a reflective close to the year 2013 with a final string of events.
Peter Brown Considers Constantine, Eusebius and the Future of Christianity
The Patricia H. Labalme Friends of the Library lecture was delivered on Thursday evening to a full house at the Villa Aurelia.
An Evening to Remember: AAR 2013 Cabaret
Fellows, Affiliated Fellows, Residents, Trustees and friends of the American Academy in Rome gathered on Manhattan’s Lower East Side at the Angel Orensanz Foundation for Contemporary Art on Friday, 22 November, for the 2013 Cabaret.
Thompson Mayes Writes About the Relationship Between Old Places, Memory and Beauty
Thompson M. Mayes is the winner of the National Endowment for the Arts Rome Prize in Historic Preservation and Conservation and the Deputy General Counsel in the Law Department at the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Togli il Fermo Opening at the AAR Gallery
Last Monday evening was chilly, but the “Togli il Fermo/Let it go” exhibition received a warm welcome at the AAR Gallery.