Peter N. Miller, President of the American Academy in Rome, will discuss the role for national academies and research institutes in the Eternal City today.
The American Academy in Rome will showcase the work of its Rome Prize and Italian Fellows in the arts with Summer Open Studios.
One of the highest-profile cultural events of the social calendar in Rome, the McKim Medal Gala honors individuals whose work has contributed significantly to the arts and humanities internationally.
The esteemed classicist Dan-el Padilla Peralta (2023 Resident) will deliver a lecture, open to the public through Zoom, entitled “338 BCE and the Transformation of the Central Mediterranean.”
AAR will participate in the eleventh edition of Open House Roma, offering guided tours in Italian of the McKim, Mead & White Building.
The first seminar organized by our inaugural Getty Global Affiliated Fellows will engage the boundaries of Mediterranean history, addressing themes and issues that continue to receive relatively little scholarly attention.
Fellow Shoptalks are a forum in which Rome Prize winners, Italian Fellows, and Affiliated Fellows present their work to each other and to the public. Shoptalks are occasionally streamed live on Zoom and posted to the Academy’s YouTube channel.
AAR is participating in the thirteenth edition of La Notte dei Musei, a city-wide initiative in which museums open to the public in the evening