The British School at Rome is excited to present the City of Rome public lecture programme.
City of Rome is an intensive eight-week residential course coordinated by Dr Robert Coates-Stephens (BSR Cary Fellow) for postgraduates at selected British partner universities which unlocks Rome for students at Masters or early Doctoral level studying classical archaeology, art history, ancient history and the transformation of antiquity in the Middle Ages and the modern period.
The lectures are free and open to all, and include contributions from Carmen Esposito (BSR), Ed Bispham (Oxford), Alice Poletto (BSR), Filippo Coarelli (Perugia), Carlos Machado (St Andrews), and Fabio Barry (Warburg Institute).
Download the PDF to see the programme.
Here you can find more info and sign up to attend the lectures in-person and online: