Center for Italian Studies Conference: "Mapping Rome: The Eternal City as a Site for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education"

Location: McKenna Hall (View on map )

This conference seeks to feature how the city of Rome figures into the research of Notre Dame faculty and of a select group of invited faculty from other institutions, who will form six panels that reach across a wide range of humanistic disciplines, including Architecture, Anthropology, Art History, Classics, History, Literary and Media Studies, Political Science, and Religious Studies. In their papers, participants are asked to reflect personally and professionally on the city of Rome as a site for research and education in the Humanities, both in historical perspective and with respect to present sites.

This conference is hosted by Notre Dame's Center for Italian Studies. For more information, visit