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Spring Fellows 2019

The scholars who will join the Academy in the spring semester
bring projects in architectural preservation, neuroscience, art, history, philosophy, and many other fields.

Marco Cambiaghi ◊Bodini Fellow in adolescent psychiatry◊
Università di Torino
Prenatal stress effects on the brain's emotional circuits in juvenile depression

Maria Adele Carrai
European University Institute
Self-orientalism and the reforms of the criminal justice system in Republican China

Roberto Casati
École Normale Supérieure; École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Heterogeneous cognition: how cognitive artifacts shape the mind

Alessandra Di Croce
Columbia University
The Reception of Christian Antiquity in the post-Tridentine Era: Cultural Changes and Artistic Innovations in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome

Corinne Doria
Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne
Support for disabled war veterans in Italy: preserving the heritage of remembrance

Silvia Daniela Inaudi
Università di Torino
Highlighting child poverty: within and beyond Italy's Parliamentary Inquiry on Misery in the 1950s

Ruth W. Lo
Brown University
Feeding Rome: food, architecture, and urbanism during Fascism

Maurizio Peleggi ◊Weinberg Fellow in architectural history and preservation◊
National University of Singapore
When shrines grow tired: caring for cultural artifacts in the premodern world

Lucia Piccioni
Académie de France à Rome - Villa Médicis
Arte Povera and Transavantgarde: a quest for identity between nature and culture

Brigitte Sölch ◊Weinberg Fellow in architectural history and preservation◊
Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut
Struggle for democracy or culture of dominance? The agora in the transatlantic architectural discourse of the early postwar period