Istituzioni membri

Support - Member Institutions

Arte & cultura

L’American Academy in Rome ha avviato un programma di adesione per le arti e le organizzazioni culturali. I vantaggi dell'iscrizione includono borse di studio affiliate presso l’Accademia.

Per informazioni su come il tuo istituto può diventare membro, contatta Shawn Miller, direttore dei programmi, all’indirizzo s.miller [at] aarome.org.

Elenco delle istituzioni membri

Academy of American Poets
Archaeological Institute of America
Cleveland Museum of Art
Institute of Classical Architecture and Art
Maurice Sendak Foundation
Max Mara
Metropolitan Museum of Art
National Academy Museum and School
National Trust for Historic Preservation
New York Institute of Technology
Parsons School of Design
Pratt Institute
Purdue University
Savannah College of Art and Design
University of Arkansas
University of Houston
University of Kent
Virginia Commonwealth University

Studi umanistici

Le università e le università americane sono state istituzioni membro dell’American Academy a Roma dal 1895, quando il programma fu creato da e per la American School of Classical Studies di Roma, che si unì all’American Academy di Roma nel 1912. Ogni istituzione membro nomina tre membri della facoltà di prestare servizio nel Consiglio consultivo di studi classici alla commissione per le discipline umanistiche, il comitato dei fiduciari che sovrintende ai programmi dell’Accademia nelle discipline umanistiche.

Per informazioni su come il tuo istituto può diventare membro, contatta Shawn Miller, direttore dei programmi, all’indirizzo s.miller [at] aarome.org.

Elenco delle istituzioni membri

I membri fondatori sono indicati da asterischi.

Agnes Scott College
Amherst College
Baylor University
Boston College
Boston University
Bowdoin College
Brandeis University
Brigham Young University
Brown University*
Bryn Mawr College*
Carleton College
Case Western Reserve University*
Catholic University of America
Chapman University
Colgate University
College of the Holy Cross
College of William and Mary
Columbia University*
Cornell University*
Council of American Overseas Research Centers
Dartmouth College*
Dickinson College
Duke University
Emory University
Florida State University
Fordham University
Franklin and Marshall College
Georgia State University
Gettysburg College
Grand Valley State University
Hamilton College
Harvard University*
Hofstra University
Hunter College, City University of New York
Indiana University
Johns Hopkins University*
Kenyon College
Lafayette College
Mount Holyoke College*
New York University
Northwestern University*
Ohio State University
Pennsylvania State University
Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
Princeton University*
Rice University
Rutgers University
Smith College*
Stanford University*
State University of New York, Buffalo
Swarthmore College
Texas Tech University
Tufts University
Tulane University
University of Arizona
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Riverside
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Chicago*
University of Cincinnati
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Delaware
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Iowa
University of Kansas
University of Maryland
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor*
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
University of Mississippi
University of Missouri, Columbia
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of Notre Dame
University of Oklahoma
University of Oregon
University of Pennsylvania*
University of Pittsburgh
University of Puget Sound
University of Southern California
University of Tennessee
University of Texas at Austin
University of Toronto
University of Vermont
University of Virginia
University of Washington
Vanderbilt University
Vassar College*
Wellesley College*
Wesleyan University
Williams College
Yale University*

Advisory Council on Classical Studies

The general aim of the Advisory Council on Classical Studies to the Committee on the Humanities of the American Academy in Rome is to promote and support classical studies at the American Academy in Rome. To further realize this goal, the Executive Committee of the Advisory Council:

  • Recommends to the AAR director scholars based in Rome to serve as ancient studies advisors to the Fellows
  • Recommends scholars to serve as Residents in ancient studies (to be approved by the Committee on the Humanities and invited by the AAR director)
  • Annually draws up a slate for the election of jurors for the Rome Prize competition in ancient studies
  • Organizes programs, such as sessions at the annual meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America and Society for Classical Studies as well as conferences in Rome and elsewhere, on classical and related topics of interest
  • Represents the interests and concerns of member schools to the AAR leadership and works with leadership on ways to maintain and enhance the strengths of the Academy

Ufficiali attuali

Corey Brennan, Rutgers University (1988 Fellow, 2020 Resident)
Chair of the Advisory Council (2019–21)

Celia Schultz, University of Michigan (2005 Fellow)
Secretary of the Advisory Council (2019–21)

Andrew Riggsby, University of Texas at Austin (2011 Fellow)
Executive Committee Member (2018–20)

Jennifer Trimble, Stanford University (1998 Fellow)
Executive Committee Member (2019–21)

Emma Scioli, Kansas University (2005 Fellow)
Executive Committee Member (2020–22)

Joseph Farrell, University of Pennsylvania (2014 Resident)
Advisory Council Trustee (2020–22)

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