The Norton–Van Buren Seminar Room houses the Academy’s Archaeological Collection and provides a computer station for searching the database, ample workspace in the form of seminar room that can accommodate the individual researcher or a class, and a small private office.
AAR maintains a small but varied collection of archaeological artifacts available for study. Information about these artifacts can be found in the Archaeological Study Collection of the Academy’s Digital Humanities Center.
Learn more about ongoing archaeological projects at the American Academy in Rome.
The Archaeological Archive contains unique collections pertaining to the Academy’s excavations, principally at Cosa and Regia.
Read a list of publications in progress, as well as the names and institutional affiliations of their leaders.
Browse a list of the names of leaders, their project titles, and their academic affiliations.
The American Academy in Rome welcomes applications for affiliation from projects of major intellectual merit and contemporary methodology.