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The Norwegian Institute in Rome

St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, surrounded by other buildings and threes.

Studies

  • Bachelor and Master level courses in art history, classics and Italian studies
  • Course about Rome from antiquity to recent times
  • Annual course for teachers

Persons

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Research

The Norwegian Institute in Rome is an international meeting point for the humanities, and an important arena for international research collaboration

Grant for young researchers

The Norwegian Institute supports young researchers through travel grants. Deadlines for applications: 15 May and 15 October.

Library and photographic archive

The library and photographic archives are unique resources to explore the art history of late antiquity, classical archaeology, and Byzantine art in Italy and in the Mediterranean basin.

News

  • Erik Valkendorf treffer Sigbrit Willlums og Dyveke på Bergens torv i 1507. Maleri av Eilif Petersen, 1876,  Ved en grønnsaksbod: Mann i mørk frakk snakker med eldre dame som lytter oppmerksomt, og holder hånden over skulderen på en ung kvinne Archbishop Erik Valkendorf: From Nidaros to Rome in 1522 July 5, 2022 3:34 PM

    November this year marks the 500 th anniversary of Erik Valkendorfs his death in Rome. A memorial plaque will be unveiled 28 th November, the day he died, in the church S. Maria dell’Anima, where he was buried. The following, the Norwegian Institute in Rome invites selected speakers to a one-day international conference exploring this multi-faceted prelate and the time and places in which he lived and died.

  • Image may contain: Handwriting, Rectangle, Font, Line, Art. Call for papers: Hagio-Scape! May 30, 2022 2:55 PM

    How mobility and materiality shaped pre-modern geographies of devotion (400-1700)- an international conference at the Norwegian Institute in Rome 24 - 26 May 2023

  • Image may contain: Collar, Tints and shades, Vintage clothing, Monochrome photography, Monochrome. New Lecture Series Mar. 30, 2022 9:59 AM

    The Norwegian Institute in Rome (DNIR) proudly introduces a new lecture series, the P. A. Munch Annual Lecture, in commemoration of the Norwegian historian Peter Andreas Munch (1810—1863), a prominent and highly productive scholar who spent his last years working in Roman archives.

  • Image may contain: Brown, Temple, Wood, Art, Flooring. Call for paper: Antiquity in the Archives Mar. 24, 2022 5:33 PM

    A colloquium on Access, Approach and the Archival Turn. 30 - 31 May 2022 at the Norwegian Institute in Rome

Events

29 Aug.
1:30 PM, Det norske institutt i Roma

Workshop: Research and Teaching Ekphrasis Through Creative Practise

30 Aug.
Det norske institutt i Roma

Workshop: Research and Teaching Ekphrasis Through Creative Practise

31 Aug.
Det norske institutt i Roma

Workshop: Research and Teaching Ekphrasis Through Creative Practise

The L’Orange lecture

An annual lecture is held with renowned international researchers in memory of the founder of the Institute of Rome, Hans Peter L'Orange

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Informazioni in italiano

Informazioni in italiano sull'Istituto di Norvegia in Roma.