University of Notre Dame

Center for Italian Studies

  • palazzo della civiltà del lavoro,
  • Miramare castle
  • Tempio di Vesta, Foro romano
  • The Italian Alps
  • Mole Antolleniana, Torino
  • Vespa
  • La fontana del nettuno, Bologna
  • San Gimignano
  • Cobblestone street in Umbria
  • Piazza San Carlo, Torino

Drawn together by a shared interest in the culture and people of Italy—past, present, and future—the community of scholars who comprise Italian Studies at Notre Dame come from a diverse array of academic disciplines.

We invite you to join in our exploration of why all roads still lead to Italy.

The 2018 Rome Seminar will take place on June 18-July 7 at Notre Dame's Rome Global Gateway. This seminar is designed to introduce graduate students from across the humanities to the unique primary sources available in Rome. Applications are due on March 2. Further information may be found here.


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