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The Rome Gateway welcomes back students for Summer 2022 with exceptional numbers

Author: News, Rome Global Gateway

The Rome Global Gateway is excited to open its doors to the first Rome Summer Program since  the global pandemic started in 2020. This year, the program is met with exceptional numbers and extraordinary academic and cultural opportunities. The Summer of 2022 will see a total of 217 students at the Gateway, which also include, among others, the 2022 edition of the Rome Seminar guided by Heather Hyde Minor, the Pre-College Program and the hospitality of a group from the University of Georgia. …

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Roma nel Rinascimento - Rome in the Renaissance: a new partnership with the Rome Gateway

Author: Costanza Montanari

The Rome Global Gateway in collaboration with Notre Dame’s Center for Italian Studies has inaugurated a partnership with Roma nel Rinascimento - Rome in the Renaissance, an independent association born in 1984. …

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Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Italian Studies Recognized by Notre Dame

Author: Staff

We are proud to announce that Giovanna Lenzi-Sandusky, Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Italian Studies, is among seven women recently featured by Notre Dame on the observance of International Women's Day for helping to create a more sustainable world through their research, scholarship, and creative endeavors.…

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Notre Dame historian, architecture scholar wins Silvers-Dudley Prize honoring nearly three decades of excellence in arts writing

Author: Beth Staples

Ingrid D. Rowland, a professor in Department of History and School of Architecture, is one of three winners of the inaugural Grace Dudley Prize for Arts Writing. The award was among the Silvers-Dudley Prizes — named after the late Robert B. Silvers and his partner, the late Lady Grace Dudley — given to nine writers, including The New Yorker’s theatre critic, The New York Times’ critic at large, and journalists from Mexico, Germany, and Sudan. Rowland, who is based at Notre Dame's Rome Global Gateway, was commended for “extraordinary career-long achievement writing at the highest possible level on, in particular, Italian Renaissance art and culture, with such power, penetration, grace, and style.”

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Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Italian Studies Featured in Article on American Religious Sisters

Author: Staff

Kathleen Sprows Cummings, Director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism and Professor of American Studies and History, was among the panelists in a daylong symposium on "International Identities and American Saints" convened at the University of Notre Dame's Rome Global Gateway.

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Art Historian Christopher Nygren Wins RSA Award for New Book

Author: Staff

We are proud to announce that Christopher J. Nygren, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Pittsburgh and Affiliate of the Center for Italian Studies at Notre Dame, has won the Renaissance Society of America’s 2022 Phyllis Goodhart Gordan Book Prize for the best book in Renaissance studies.

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Experiencing Rome through Community-Engaged Learning

Author: Costanza Montanari

The Rome Global Gateway in the Fall of 2021 inaugurated the first Community-Engaged Learning core course entitled Migration in Italy: Practical Perspectives from Rome. This semester, 46 study abroad students attended the course led by prof. Gioacchino Campese, general director of Casa Scalabrini 634.…

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President Rev. Jenkins C.S.C. to celebrate Mass with the students in Rome

Author: Costanza Montanari

As part of a three day visit to Rome from December 1st to December 3rd, 2021, University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., celebrated mass on the occasion of the first week of Advent at Santa Maria in Domnica, the local parish church in rione Celio, in the presence of study abroad students, faculty, staff and fellows in Rome.

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Prof. Barry McCrea presents “Primo Levi’s 'The Truce': a guide to returning to life”

Author: Costanza Montanari

The Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway, in partnership with Kylemore Abbey Global Center and the Notre Dame Alumni Association, are launching the latest appointment with the Rome Book Club Journey to Italy – Viaggio in Italia. Starting on Friday, November 12,  “Primo Levi’s The Truce…

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