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Nineteenth-Century Italian Women Writers and the Woman Question focuses on the literary, journalistic, and epistolary prod

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PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID BUTOW
Essays by Mark McKinnon, Cecilia Emma Sottilotta, and David Butow
PUNCTUM PRESS / JANUARY 2022

Here you can view various virtual exhibition spaces featuring work from our BA Fine Arts students in Fall 2021.

On Monday the sixth of December, young artists Daniela Arida and Lillian Pennypacker will present their capstone exhibitions in AUR's art exhibition space & studios.

Daniela Arida presents "A step by step rebirth"

The neighborhood of San Saba lies in the centre of the modern city of Rome, yet it preserves an isolated, almost rural, atmosphere that is quite distinct from the bustle of the city that surrounds it.

The American Academy of Rome (AAR), tucked away in the Monteverde neighborhood, provides a space for contemplation and research amidst a collaborative scholarly atmosphere for thirty lucky Rome Prize Fellows each year, along with a talented culinary staff.

Italy is universally recognized for the quality of its food and wine. In fact, when it comes to food, wine, and place the Made in Italy brand is probably the strongest in the world (although the French might want to take issue with this statement...).

On Friday, the 15 of October, Food Studies Masters students journeyed into Rieti, about two hours north of Rome, to visit Azienda Agricola Tularù, where Miguel and Alessandra have created a haven of community-based regenerative agriculture practices to promote

One of the longest-running and most popular clubs on campus, The AUR Business Club involves students from across the curriculum in numerous business-focused events & cultural activities. One of those activities is managing the on-campus design & sale of AUR branded merchandise.