Early Modern Rome 3

University of California in Rome–UCEAP
Rome, Italy

5-7 October 2017 

Early modern Rome was contradictory and complex; its vernacular and high culture animated and rich. From Petrarch’s crowning as Poet Laureate on the Capitoline in 1341 to the pontificate of Alexander VII Chigi in 1667, this conference aims to bring together scholars from a range of disciplines to investigate the city proper as well as the campagna romana through a variety of different approaches and methods.

The resounding response to both previous Early Modern Rome conferences in May 2010 and October 2013—76 papers from 9 different countries and 119 papers from 12 countries, respectively—mirrored the complex mix of the city itself and the changing face of early modern studies. The Early Modern Rome 3 conference is bigger still: 136 papers from 14 countries.

To download the program and the list of paper titles and abstracts, click on EMR3 on the bar to the left. 

The first two days of the conference will take place in the city at the cultural institutions in and around piazza dell’Orologio, and the last day of the conference will instead be held at the Orsini-Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano.

Those who plan on attending should pre-register by clicking on the bar on the left. Transportation to Bracciano is only offered to those participants who are giving a paper or chairing a session. 

Paolo Alei & Julia L. Hairston

Conference sponsored by the University of California, Rome with ACCENT and with the collaboration of the Istituto storico italiano per il Medioevo, the Biblioteca Vallicelliana, the Archivio Storico Capitolino, the Casa delle Letterature, and the Castello Orsini-Odescalchi di Bracciano.