• 16 Dec 2016

"The time that I spent in Rome allowed me not only to use the excellent library resources available at the British School at Rome and elsewhere but to make important visits to places such as Pienza and the Nuovo Centro Civico in the Florentine suburb of Scandicci." 

ba-obj-1011-0001-pub-large The Rome Fellowship is offered annually in the Spring to allow a Senior or Mid-Career scholar three months at the British School at Rome to work on an Anglo-Italian art-historical topic of any period from the medieval era onwards.

Eligibility: Senior or mid-career scholars only, open to individuals from any country
Length: Three months, must be taken either October to December; January to March; April to June 
Purpose: To allow a scholar to work on an Anglo-Italian artistic or architectural topic, applicants are expected to provide details of the proposed outcomes of their research in Rome in their application
Funding: Full residential accomodation at the BSR, an honorarium of £2,300 and the sum of £7,500 towards replacement teaching or staff costs for a term at the Fellow's institution (if required).

Earlier in the year, past Rome Fellow Caspar Pearson reflected on his time at the BSR, the full feature can be read here.

Applications for the next round of Fellowships are now open and will close on 31st January, please click here for more information on how to apply.