Sheramy Bundrick is Focused on the Dynamics of Trade and Etruscan Customers of Athenian Vases
Sheramy D. Bundrick is the winner of the American Academy in Rome Post-Doctoral Rome Prize in Ancient Studies and an Associate Professor of Art History at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.
New Discoveries at the Mausoleum of Augustus, Circus Maximus and Aqua Claudia
Last Wednesday the Academy welcomed archaeologists from the Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali to discuss recent research at the Mausoleum of Augustus, Circus Maximus and Aqua Claudia.
Fingertips Dance: the Scharoun Ensemble Berlin Season Six
Three magnificent concerts by the Scharoun Ensemble last weekend at the Villa Aurelia featured music by eight composers and covered over two hundred years of musical evolution.
Catie Newell Tests Her Methods of Research and Production in the Darkness of Rome
Catie Newell is the winner of the Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky Rome Prize in Architecture, an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Taubman College at the University of Michigan and a Principal at *Alibi Studio in Detroit, Michigan.
Mari Yoko Hara Discovers Rome Through the Renaissance Painter-Architect Baldassarre Peruzzi
Mari Yoko Hara is the winner of the Samuel H. Kress Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies and a Ph.D candidate in the McIntire Department of Art at the University of Virginia.
Cinque Mostre: Time and Again
Last Thursday the American Academy in Rome inaugurated its 2014 edition of Cinque Mostre, five individual exhibitions in discrete locations of the McKim, Mead & White building, grouped under the collective title Time & Again.
Catherine Chin Focuses on How Late Antique Christian Writers Consider the Past and Future
Catherine M. Chin is the ACLS/Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellow in Ancient Studies and an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of California in Davis.
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.