Ruth Glynn

Ruth Glynn

Ruth Glynn is Professor of Modern Italian Culture at the University of Bristol, where her expertise ranges across modern and contemporary Italian culture. Current research addresses cultural engagements with Naples and its relationship with Italy, from the Allied Occupation of the city during WW2 to the present day. Previous research explored Italy’s experience of political violence during the anni di piombo, and women’s participation in it, as a form of cultural trauma, while earlier work focused on postmodernist literature and thought.  

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La conferenza affronta, attraverso alcuni casi studio, il tema dei rapporti artistici tra Bisanzio e l’Italia nel periodo 1050-1350, dallo
Newcastle University-British School at Rome Bilateral Fellowship ProgrammeWe are delighted to announce the winners of this programme for 2023-24: many
Between 26 February and 10 May 2024, the British School at Rome is undertaking the reorganisation of one of the
Our second interview features artist Vivien Zhang, Abbey Scholar in Painting at the BSR between 2016 and 2017.  In 2017 Zhang
Our second interview features artist Vivien Zhang, Abbey Scholar in Painting at the BSR between 2016 and 2017.  In 2017 Zhang
At the centre of the exhibition is the film FOSSIL, shot on 16mm film, commissioned by the Royal Academy, London
Over 2500 years ago, some of the earliest cities in western Europe emerged in central Italy. By the middle of
To celebrate LGBTQIA+ History Month, which in the UK takes place in February, the British School at Rome is pleased
Volume 91 of the Papers of the British School at Rome is now available online. The Papers of the British
Volume 90 of the Papers of the British School at Rome is now available online. The Papers of the British

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