Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Rome Teaching Fellowship Program will run in summer 2022
The Rome Teaching Workshop 2022 will bring together a cohort of four teaching fellows to Rome for 3-4 days each between in May and June 2022, to be resident in an apartment in Trastevere and to teach and lecture in the Palazzo Pio near Campo de’ Fiori and out in the city of Rome. AE Rome Teaching Fellows will deliver a 45-minute research lecture on a topic of expertise in the history of architectural theory since the 1960s; will participate in one of two debates with other teaching fellows on key topics within the recent history of architectural theory; and will lead one half-day themed walking tour of Rome. All teaching fellows will be provided compensation for flights from the USA or Europe, accommodation in Rome in our shared faculty apartment, and an honorarium.
The AE Rome Teaching Fellows for Summer 2022 are:
Michael Osman (University of California, Los Angeles)
Roberto Daminiani (University of Toronto)
Vanessa Grossman (Delft University)
Anna Neimark (Sci Arc)
Irina Davidovici (ETH, Zurich)
Thank you to all who applied.