LEMMERMANN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

2022:

  • Julia Katz
    Rutgers University (School of Graduate Studies/Art History)
    “Circe’s Wand: Reimagining Antiquities in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800”
    4 months
  • Kearstin Jacobson
    University of Texas-Austin (Department of Art and Art)
    “Framing and Representing Procession (First Century BCE-Seventh Century CE): Roman Processional Architecture from City to Church”
    2 months
  • Baley Benson
    Boston University (History of Art & Architecture)
    “In the Eye of the Beholder: Memory, Identity, and the Role of Viewer Reception in Roman Imperial Portraiture, 193-284 CE – (Negli Occhi Di Chi Guarda: Memoria, Identità e Ruolo Della Ricezione Del Pubblico Nella Ritrattistica Imperiale Romana, 193-284 d.C.)”
    1 month
  • Chiara Calvano
    Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici)
    “La collaborazione scientifica tra Wilhelm Henzen e Giovanni Battista de Rossi. Un emblema del “germanesimo culturale”?”
    1 month

2021:

  • Piotr Kowalski
    University of Łódź (Institute of Romance Studies)
    “Modello delle traduzioni letterarie e audiovisive dal dialetto romano basato su corpus in polacco, inglese e francese”
    2 months
  • Sarah Vyverman
    Università di Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum (Comunicazione storica)
    “Studio archeologico, topografico, stratigrafico e diacronico di un complesso architettonico del sito archeologico di Ostia Antica: l’Insula delle Trifore.”
    1 month
  • Tairan An
    Princeton University (School of Architecture)
    “The Architectural Erratic: Anomalies, Anachronisms, and Other Instabilities of Nineteenth-century Italy”
    2 months
  • Mary Danisi
    Cornell University (Classics)
    “Fillets and the Fabrication of the Sacred in Greco- Roman Art”
    1 month
  • Suzan van de Velde
    Leiden University (Faculty of Archaeology)
    “Moving Statues. The introduction and impact of Greek statuary in Republican Rome”
    1 month
  • Julius Wenger
    Hamburg University (Art History)
    “Bernini devoto. The Small Bronzes of Gian Lorenzo Bernini and the Question of Scale in Roman Baroque” Sculpture
    1 month

2020:

  • Gabrielle Hamelin
    University of Montreal (History)
    “Roma e la circolazione vietata dei saperi biblici (1596-1758)”
    4 months
  • José Patarroyo-Vega
    Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (Lettere e Storia dell’arte)
    “Crocifissi dolorosi a Roma: aperture per uno studio sulla scultura lignea del Trecento”
    4 months

2019:

  • John Paul Heil
    University of Chicago (History)
    “Virtue and Vice in the Political World of Renaissance Naples”
    2 months

2018:

  • Avery Lauren
    McMaster University
    “Coming of Age in Ancient Rome”
    2 months
  • Barber Samuel
    Cornell University
    “Imperii decora facies: Palaces and Power in the Early Middle Ages”
    3 months
  • Kainz Katharina
    University of Vienna
    “The Cultural Pluralism of Late Republican Rome. Large-Scale Terracotta Sculpture between Italic Traditions and Hellenistic Innovation”
    3 months
  • Kurkoski Margaret
    Princeton University
    “Elite Properties and Imperial Politics of the second century CE”
    2 months

2017:

  • Benedetta Carnaghi
    Cornell University
    “Lives under cover: comparative History of spies in the italian OVRA and the German Gestapo, 1927-1945”
    2 months
  • Stefano De Togni
    Université de Bourgogne
    “Archeological evidence for the study of the ancient system of piers ond dockes at Ostia”
    2 months
  • Michal Jasinski
    Polish Academy of Science
    “Santi Sergio e Bacco. Roman headquarters of the Polish-Lithuanian-Ukrainian Basilian Monks”
    1 months
  • Nicole Koopman
    Saint Louis University
    “My eyes are ever towards the Lord”: the career of Pierre de Tarentaise
    2 months
  • Clelia Pozzi
    Princeton University
    “Recast as new: Restauro techniques and the modernization of the Italian built environment
    1 months
  • Scott Weiss
    Stanford University
    “Birth of the Grotesque: dynamics of display in Neronian art and literature”
    2 months

2016:

  • Daniel Diffendale
    University of Michigan
    “Archeologia del luogo di culto della Roma repubblicana sotto Sant’Omobono.”
    3 months
  • Maurizio Gatta
    University of York
    Le attività nel Tardo Pleistocene in Italia centrale: un approccio multidisciplinare.
    1 months
  • Barbara Lepri
    University of Cologne
    “Produzione e distribuzione del vetro nel secoli II e III d.C: la testimonianza di Roma e Ostia.”
    1 month
  • Michiel van Veldhuizen
    Brown University
    “Divinare tragedie: sincretismo religioso delle pratiche divinatorie romane in tempo di catastrofi.”
    2 months

2015:

  • Richard Allington
    Saint Louis University
    “Prayer Warriors: Crusading piety in Rome and the Papal States 1187-1291.”
    2 months
  • James Anno
    Washington University in St. Louis
    “Michelangelo Moving Time”
    2 months
  • Djenan Dautovic
    University of Sarajevo
    “Bosnia and Roman Curia in the Middle Ages”
    2 months
  • Bartosz Koloczek
    Jagiellonian University in Crocow
    “The vision of the past in the Roman erudite literature during the period of the Principate”
    2 months
  • Piotr Sadzik
    University of Warsaw
    “Life and work of Stanislao Lepri. The forgotten Italian surrealist painter.”
    2 months.

2014:

  • Andrea Bacciolo
    University of Vienna
    “The Barberini Family and the British Isles. Art and Diplomacy between Rome and London (1623-1679)”
    2 months
  • Andrea Brock
    University of Michigan
    “Environment and Topography of the Archaic Forum Boarium”
    2 months
  • Charles Keenan
    Northwestern University
    “The Lesser Evil: Papal Diplomacy and the Politics of Toleration in Early Modern Europe, 1572-1605”
    2 months
  • Joanna Mundy
    Emory University
    “The Domus in the City of Rome: Living Spaces, Design and Development”
    1 months
  • Luca Peretti
    Yale University
    “Sul cinema e l’Italia del dopoguerra”
    2 months
  • Melissa Yuen
    Rutgers University
    “The Young Mattia Preti in Rome: Style and Roman Baroque Painting, c. 1630-1652”
    3 months

2013:

  • Matteo Brera
    University of Utrecht
    “Gabriele D’Annunzio e il Sant’Uffizio romano. I processi, le condanne all’indice e il complesso rapporto Stato-Chiesa negli inediti vaticani.”
    2 months
  • Mary Jane Cuyler
    The University of Sydney
    “Origins of Ostia. Landscapes of Rome s “First Colony” in the Late Republic”
    2 months
  • Marius Hauknes
    Princeton University
    “The Image of the World in Thirteenth-Century Rome”
    2 months
  • Noria Litaker
    University of Pennsylvania
    “Migrating Martyrs: The Transfer of Roman Catacomb Saints to Counter-Reformation Bavaria (1578-1803)”
    2 months
  • Aliyah Shanti
    Princeton University
    “Musical Descents: Creating and Re-Creating Hell in Italian Opera, 1600-1680”
    1 month

2012:

  • Amy Cymbala
    The University of Pittsburgh
    “Uxor Carissima, Mulier Clarissima: Womens Tomb Monuments in Rome 1550 1750”
    2 months
  • Péter Ertl
    Eötvös Loránd University
    “Petrarch and the Rome of his Time”
    2 months
  • Leon Grek
    Princeton University
    “Ruined City, Ruined Texts: Fragmentation, Intertextuality and Rome in Du Bellay’s Poemata”
    2 months
  • Shawon Kinew
    Harvard University
    “The Project of Sculpture in the Age of Bernini: Melchiorre Cafà in the World”
    2 months
  • Robert Stark
    McMaster University
    “Roman migration”
    2 months

2011:

  • Robert Clines
    Syracuse University
    “Rome through arab eyes: the Maronite College in Rome, c. 1575- 1625”
    2 months
  • Maryl Gensheimer
    New York University
    “Decoration in Rome’s Imperials Baths: Intention and Reception”
    2 months
  • Julia Kempa
    University of Warsaw
    “Alberto Moravia e la città di Roma”
    2 months
  • Kelley Magill
    University of Texas at Austin
    “Reforming the art of martyrdom: The Rediscovery of the catacombs and early Christian Revival in post-tridentine Rome.”
    2 months
  • Claudia Moser
    Brown University
    “Material Witnesses: The Memory of Sacrifice and the Altars of Republican Rome and Latium.”
    1 month

2010:

  • Rachel George
    Tor Vergata
    “Dalla teoria alla prassi: riflessioni sulle pratiche del disegno accademico dell’Accademia di San Luca, da Federico Zuccari a Carlo Maratti 1593-1713.”
    2 months
  • Marius Hauknes
    Princeton University
    “La conoscenza della pittura allegorica nel XII secolo a Roma.”
    2 months
  • Natsumi Nonaka
    University of Texas, Austin
    “Primo studio sistematico della pergola illusionista, il motivo maggiormente usato nelle ville e nei palazzi italiani rinascimentali.”
    2 months
  • Lýdia Pribišová
  • Sapienza Università di Roma
    “Meccanismi della funzione della Quadriennale di Roma dal 1986 al 2008.”
    2 months

2009:

  • Aimee Ng
    Columbia University
    “Painting trauma and the scak of Roma”
    2 months
  • Beatrice Sica
    New York University
    “Magical Italy in the interwar period: the defense of a non-fascist cultural identity”
    2 months
  • Margaret M. Andrews
    University of Pennsylvania
    “Interesse per il materiale “pozzolana” con cui venivano costruiti i mortai”
    2 months
    Matthew Gaetano
    University of Pennsylvania
    “Tommaso d’Aquino: scolasticismo nella cultura intellettuale del Rinascimento”
    2 months”