The British School at Rome is Britain’s leading humanities research institute abroad. It is also the nexus for Commonwealth scholars of Italy and some of the finest contemporary artists practicing today.
Our research strategy builds on the outstanding resources of our Library and community of scholars to focus on excellence, interdisciplinarity, internationalization and dissemination.
Our activity is focused on seven key themes which inform our humanities and fine arts programmes. We offer a full programme of lectures, workshops and conferences, and our facilities, expertise and engagement with Italian and Commonwealth scholarship is available to scholars across the world.
- Rome: History, Place and Imagination
- Rethinking the Bay of Naples
- Landscapes and Urbanscapes
- Connectivity in the Western Mediterranean
- Studying the Past
- Church, State, Religion and Nation
- Conservation, Heritage Management and Sustainability
Please contact the Director, Christopher Smith, to discuss how the BSR can support your research.
Award-holders at Villa Lante