Events

Events

Over 50 free events a year in Rome and the UK
Conferences, lectures, seminars and conversations
We support and share cutting-edge research
A diverse range of scholars, curators and artists
Over 50 free events a year in Rome and the UK
Conferences, lectures, seminars and conversations
We support and share cutting-edge research
A diverse range of scholars, curators and artists
ITALY
Wednesday 26/01/2022
18:00
The changing face of the Eastern Caelian: Recent work by the ‘Rome Transformed’ Team
In 2019, colleagues from the British School at Rome, the University of Florence, the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and Newcastle University launched the ERC-funded ‘Rome Transformed’ Project.  This five-year long

ITALY
Wednesday 02/02/2022
18:00
TALK MATERIALITIES | Self Portrait
Material as metaphor is the foundation of my artistic practice. My work springs from ancestral connection and environment - natural and societal. As a descendant of American slavery I look

ITALY
Wednesday 09/02/2022
18:00
Pre-Roman cities and religion between Etruria and Iberia
What do 1st-millennium-BC southern Tyrrhenian Etruscan and South Eastern Iberian cities have in common? And why are they good to think with comparatively?  Scholarship on pre-Roman cities across the Mediterranean

ITALY
Wednesday 23/02/2022
18:00
Themes and methodologies in new studies of Roman aqueducts
This event will be in English and Italian. A limited number of in-person spaces are available for this talk. If you would like to attend in-person at the BSR, please

ITALY
Wednesday 02/03/2022
18:00
Of founders and foibles: Leon Battista Alberti, Greek historians and the origins of architecture
At the start of the fifteenth century, after a long absence, the manuscripts of Herodotus, Diodorus Siculus and other ancient Greek historians finally returned to Italy. Their arrival proved a

ITALY
Monday 07/03/2022
18:00
Inventing the past: early modern antiquarian worldviews and networks between Malta and Italy
The exploration of archaeological monuments in the early modern period is often recounted as a necessary but rather erratic prelude to the more scientific achievements of archaeology since the mid-19th

ITALY
Friday 11/03/2022
18:00
March Mostra
A limited number of in-person spaces are available for the opening night of the March Mostra, on Friday 11 March. To reserve your place, please sign up via our Eventbrite

ITALY
Monday 14/03/2022
18:00
Public Renaissance
We increasingly order the world around us in geo-spatial terms, empowered by mobile devices and geo-location, toggling between 2D maps to 3D street views. The potential of these same technologies

ITALY
Wednesday 16/03/2022
18:00
Rome at war: urban memories from the death of the regime to the birth of the first republic
Rome at War uses the fraught of Rome’s transition from capital of a Fascist Monarchy to Capital of a Democratic Republic as a case study to shed light on the

ITALY
Wednesday 23/03/2022
18:00
Ottone II e Ottone III a Roma: forme, linguaggi e simboli della presenza imperiale nella Città eterna
Nonostante tra il 980 e il 983 Ottone II abbia soggiornato a lungo a Roma e gravitato attorno a essa nel contesto della campagna militare da lui intrapresa in Italia

ITALY
The changing face of the Eastern Caelian: Recent work by the ‘Rome Transformed’ Team
In 2019, colleagues from the British School at Rome, the University of Florence, the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and Newcastle University launched the ERC-funded ‘Rome
Wednesday 26/01/2022
18:00
ITALY
TALK MATERIALITIES | Self Portrait
Material as metaphor is the foundation of my artistic practice. My work springs from ancestral connection and environment - natural and societal. As a descendant
Wednesday 02/02/2022
18:00
ITALY
Pre-Roman cities and religion between Etruria and Iberia
What do 1st-millennium-BC southern Tyrrhenian Etruscan and South Eastern Iberian cities have in common? And why are they good to think with comparatively?  Scholarship on
Wednesday 09/02/2022
18:00
ITALY
Themes and methodologies in new studies of Roman aqueducts
This event will be in English and Italian. A limited number of in-person spaces are available for this talk. If you would like to attend
Wednesday 23/02/2022
18:00
ITALY
Of founders and foibles: Leon Battista Alberti, Greek historians and the origins of architecture
At the start of the fifteenth century, after a long absence, the manuscripts of Herodotus, Diodorus Siculus and other ancient Greek historians finally returned to
Wednesday 02/03/2022
18:00
ITALY
Inventing the past: early modern antiquarian worldviews and networks between Malta and Italy
The exploration of archaeological monuments in the early modern period is often recounted as a necessary but rather erratic prelude to the more scientific achievements
Monday 07/03/2022
18:00

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