Academic Programs

A man on the left speaks to a group of people on the right in an outdoor location at Gabii, Italy
June 28–July 30, 2021

2021 Classical Summer School

This program provides participants with a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources.

Black and white photograph of a rectangular vertically oriented memorial stone with nine lines of inscribed characters that form a dedication to D. M. Venantius Basilius
June 17–July 3, 2020

Roman Epigraphy

This intensive two-week course will introduce the study of Roman epigraphy, particularly the reading, interpretation, and editing of Latin inscriptions from the city of Rome.

Academic Programs - 2020 Classical Summer School
June 15–July 24, 2020

2020 Classical Summer School

This six-week program provides a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources.

Summer Program - Art Historical Image in the Digital Age
July 1–12, 2019

The Art Historical Image in the Digital Age

This is a ten-day, intensive course designed to equip scholars of art from any historical period with the basic skills necessary to excel in the digital humanities.

Academic Programs - 2019 Classical Summer School
June 17–July 26, 2019

2019 Classical Summer School

This six-week program provides a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources.

Academic Programs - 2018 Classical Summer School
June 18–July 27, 2018

2018 Classical Summer School

This six-week program provides a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources.

Black and white photograph of two stone fragments with inscriptions
June 18–29, 2018

Latin Epigraphy

This ten-day course offers an intensive introduction to Roman epigraphy, particularly the reading, interpretation, and editing of Latin inscriptions from the city of Rome.

Detail of 2R from Manuscript - Urb.lat.1 in the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana collection
January 8–19, 2018

Winter School in Latin Paleography and Codicology

This two-week intensive course will introduce participants to various aspects of Latin paleography and Western codicology, offering a balance of theoretical and practical applications.

Black and white photograph of 2012 Classical Summer School participants at the Tomba degli Aninas at Tarquinia
June 19–July 27, 2017

2017 Classical Summer School

This six-week program provides a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources.

Two Summer School participants stand next to and examine dozens of fragments of ancient Roman pottery
June 19–July 14, 2017

Howard Comfort, FAAR’29, Summer School in Roman Pottery Studies

This four-week program is designed to present the basics of Roman pottery studies, which can be gained only through direct contact with ceramic assemblages.

Screen capture of the New York Public Library database, Wonders: Images of the Ancient World, showing thumbnail images of digizited two-dimensional graphics
June 19–23, 2017

The Art Historical Image in the Digital Age

This program is a five-day course designed to equip scholars of art from any historical period with the basic skill necessary to excel in the digital humanities: digital image management, organization, and analysis.

2017 - Digital Documentation of Archaeological Collections
June 12–18, 2017

AAR/Gabii Joint Summer Program in the Digital Documentation of Archaeological Collections

This program provides an opportunity for archaeology students to combine traditional skills with new approaches to analysis, preservation, and communication, employing digital technologies.

Academic Programs - Greek Paleography and Codicology
January 9–20, 2017

Greek Paleography and Codicology

The two-week course will introduce participants to various aspects of manuscript studies and offer an interactive dialogue between theory and practice.

Color photograph of a stamped amphora handle, used in Roman pottery and found in Monte Testaccio
June 30–July 20, 2016

Latin Epigraphy

This ten-day course offers an intensive introduction to Roman epigraphy, particularly the reading, interpretation, and editing of Latin inscriptions from the city of Rome.

Participants in the Classical Summer School receive a lecture outside the Roman Colosseum
June 13–July 22, 2016

2016 Classical Summer School

This six-week program provides a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources.

Academic Programs - Documentation and Analysis of Ancient Buildings
June 13–29, 2016

Documentation and Analysis of Ancient Buildings

This three-week course offers an intensive introduction to the documentation, analysis, and interpretation of ancient architecture.