Support Services

Support Services

The British School at Rome is a superb environment for facilitating scholarly exchange. From a small colloquium to a major conference: we have a lecture theatre, meeting rooms, break out space and entertaining areas all enhanced by conference support which truly understands the needs of academics – because that’s what we are.

Many libraries, archives, collections and monuments in Italy are not open to the public. The British School at Rome is often able to gain access for our scholars, artists and residents wanting to visit a closed or restricted site.

If you are coming to the BSR specifically to access a particular site you are strongly encouraged to contact the Permissions Officer, Stefania Peterlini as early as possible.

Memoranda of understanding

The British School at Rome proudly celebrates its long established links with world-leading museums and academic institutions and has signed formal memorandums of understanding with some of these to exploit our complementary expertise in future opportunities for research.

The Ashmolean Museum
The British Museum
ICCROM (Centro internazionale di studi per la conservazione ed il restauro dei beni culturali)
Museum of London
Sir John Soane’s Museum
University of Southampton

 

Latest Events

Latest Events

ITALY
BSR Autumn Open Studios 2022
Following the opening night, artists’ studios will be open by appointment only until Wednesday 14 December 15.00–19.00 (closed on Sunday). Contact Fine Arts Curator, Marta
Wednesday 7/12/2022
18:00
ITALY
Actors in the Academies of Early Modern Italy
This workshop considers the role of actors within the academies that proliferated across Italy from c.1500-1650. These spaces were distinctive for their social hybridity and
Tuesday 13/12/2022
14:00
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 14/12/2022
18:00