The Rome Seminar is a four-week, funded program designed to introduce graduate students from across the humanities to working with primary sources in Rome. Learning hands-on in the city's archives and libraries allows students to be exposed to a rich array of printed and manuscript sources, to hone their research skills, and to make new discoveries.
During this open house, one of this year's professors-in-charge will be there as will two Notre Dame grad students who completed the seminar. All are warmly invited. Refreshments will be served.