The American Academy in Rome, with offices based in New York City, is the premier overseas center for independent research in the Arts and Humanities. The Executive Assistant supports the President/CEO and acts as his chief of staff. This is a highly visible position and serves as the hub for all internal and external scheduling. Re...

The American Academy in Rome will restart its summer archaeology program this summer with new courses designed to train students in 21st century skills.   Since 1991 the Academy has contributed to the training of young archaeologists, historians and classicists with summer programs and field schools. Over the past year, the Academy has worke...

Wednesday, 15 April 2015 - 6:30pmWaldorf Astoria, 301 Park Avenue - New York City JOIN US for the American Academy in Rome's Spring Gala on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. SALUTE honorees Robert B. Silvers, James Turrell and Carrie Mae Weems, FAAR'06.   A Trustee Emeriti of the American Academy...

The American Academy in Rome celebrated its 10th annual McKim Gala last month on a picture-perfect spring evening. Over 350 guests gathered at Villa Aurelia in Rome to support the Academy's efforts to provide fellowships for Italian artists and scholars. The Academy also honored architect Zaha Hadid with the 2014 McKim Medal for her contributions t...

Home from Rome is a lecture series based in New York which invites Fellows, Residents, and Affiliated Fellows to discuss the impact of their time in Rome. C. Brian Rose, FAAR'92, RAAR'12, will initiate the American Academy in Rome's new program with "Who Owns Antiquity?: Museums, Repatriation, and Armed Conflict", a presentation on the importance o...

The American Academy in Rome (AAR) invites qualified individuals to apply for the position of Academy Director.   The individual selected to fill this position will ideally have an established reputation in one of the four humanities disciplines served by the AAR (ancient studies, medieval studies, renaissance and early modern studies, and m...