Penetrable Walls: Architecture at the Edges of the Roman Empire

Thomas J. Morton, Bryn Mawr, Session Chair


“Ritual Places and Community-Formation on the Frontiers of Roman Britain,” Eleri Cousins, University of St. Andrews


Piranesi at 300

Heather Hyde Minor, University of Notre Dame, and John Pinto, Princeton University, Session Co-Chairs


“Lauding the Republic: Piranesi, Sallust, the Romans and the French,” Dirk De Meyer, Ghent University, Belgium

“Scipione Maffei, Piranesi, and the Construction of Etruscan Magnificence,” Eleonora Pistis, Columbia University

“Piranesi's Roman Bridges: Engineering to Art,” John Stamper, University of Notre Dame

“‘Nature, the great renewer’: Piranesi Visualizes Architectural Imitation,” Elizabeth Petcu, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany

“Rediscovering Piranesi in the Twentieth Century,” Victor Plahte Tschudi, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway


Chinese Architecture and Gardens in a Global Context

Tracy Miller, Vanderbilt University, Session Chair


“From Monastic Cells to Corridors: Historical Significance of Sixth–Seventh-Century Changes in the Chinese Buddhist Monastery,” Zhu...

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