Founded in 1901, the British School at Rome defines itself as “a centre of interdisciplinary research excellence in the Mediterranean supporting the full range of arts, humanities and social sciences.” Located in the Valle Giulia, the school shares work from Britain and boasts research centres in the Fine Arts and Humanities, as well as an undergraduate program offering visits around the city and a postgraduate Roman epigraphy course. Its impressive library is open to non-resident scholars and the school hosts numerous interesting events every month open to the public, such as public lectures and workshops. Notable alumni include archaeologist Thomas Ashby and art historian Helen Langdon.
BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME
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