The Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome began in 1915 and were published almost annually, with the exception of the years of the two wars, until 1980. The present volume represents a revival and continuation of this series.
The Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome represents the interests of the American Academy in Rome, its fellows and residents, and the larger international community that congregates around its excellent library and facilities. It will present ambitious and substantial articles in the fields represented by the American Academy, including but not limited to Roman archaeology and topography, ancient history, Latin literature, and classical art history.
This new volume, edited by Joseph Connors, includes contributions from a diverse and striking group of authors, including Malcolm Bell, Caroline Bruzelius, Marleen Flory, Ingo Herklotz, Patricia Osmund de Martino, Loren Partridge, and John Scott.