November this year marks the 500th anniversary of Erik Valkendorfs his death in Rome. A memorial plaque will be unveiled 28th 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.
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
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.
A colloquium on Access, Approach and the Archival Turn.
30 - 31 May 2022 at the Norwegian Institute in Rome
Open invitation to participate at workshop in Rome
29 - 31 August 2022
The Norwegian institute in Rome welcomes Marianne Ritsema van Eck as our new post-doctoral fellow. Marianne will develop for the next three and a half years her research project under the title St Helena and the city of Rome: re-inventing the late antique Christian past in early modernity (ca. 1450-1650).
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The symposium will take place in Rome on 18 - 19 October 2021. Deadline for abstracts: 5 July.
This workshop explores how modern notions of ‘heritage’ can be applied to the study of premodern societies and their views on cultural preservation and transmission.
The course will be given in Rome 20 September - 29 October 2021. Students from all the Norwegian universities are welcome to apply.
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The position is available for a period of 3,5 years at the Norwegian Institute in Rome. Application deadline 15 March 2021.
ACTA volume XXXII is on its way!
Few people would dismiss the beauty of Rome, but what sacrifices were made during the construction of ancient monuments, churches, and temples? “When urban development happens, there are winners and losers,” says Christopher Siwicki.
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Postdoctoral fellow Chris Siwick has prepared a letter with news about recent excavations and exhibitions in Rome. His report includes archaeological discoveries at the Forum Romanum, Piazza della Rotonda and the Tiber, and exhibitions on Raphael, Roman architecture and Etruscan art in the context of illegal trade. Read the Roman Letter 2020.