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Who invented the classical temple?
Featured on the University of Notre Dame home page, an article highlighting the work of Assistant Professor Alessandro Pierattini, the Interdisciplinary Study of Historical Architecture (ISHA) research team, and aerospace research professor Gianluca Blois answer the question: Who invented the classical temple?
Applications are Open for Rome Global Gateway Planning Grants
The Center for Italian Studies, in collaboration with The Medieval Institute and Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway, invites Faculty Fellows of the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame to submit grant proposals to support collaborative research in Rome.
Papal Bull earns Notre Dame historian Margaret Meserve her second Marraro Prize
We are proud to announce that Margaret Meserve, Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Italian Studies, has won the American Catholic Historical Association’s Helen & Howard Marraro Prize in Italian History for being the most distinguished work in the field published in 2021.
Journal Italian Culture Dedicates Special Issue to Joseph A. Buttigieg
The Center for Italian Studies proudly announces the publication of a special issue of the journal Italian Culture which celebrates the scholarship and the legacy, and commemorates the loss, of Joseph A. Buttigieg.