New Work from Academy Fellows, Staff, and Friends
From Rich Benjamin: “The killing of George Floyd and the inequities of our pandemic response are rooted in the same toxic brew of negligence”
In Esquire Magazine— “When Will I Be Able to Retire This Essay?”
From David Freedberg: “Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now”
Published by Gagosian / Rizzoli, based on the exhibition presented by Gagosian in partnership with English Heritage.
From Barbara Faedda: On the cultural exchange between Italy & America in the 18th, 19th, & 20th centuries
“Élite. Cultura italiana e statunitense tra Settecento e Novecento”
“Outstanding book” by Academy Fellow José Antonio González Zarandona: an “impassioned call for new strategies to conserve culturally significant places.”
Foragers and farmers in the Danube Gorges, Serbia: journal article by Borić Dušan, the Academy's NOMIS Foundation Fellow.
Fragile cultural heritage and the sustainable technology that can protect it during earthquakes: journal article by Gianmarco de Felice, a Weinberg Fellow at the Academy.
Discrete and Continuous Approaches for the Failure Analysis of Masonry Structures Subjected to Settlements: journal article by Gianmarco de Felice, a Weinberg Fellow at the Academy.
Prophylactic (R,S)-ketamine selectively protects against inflammatory stressors: a journal article, by Alessia Mastrodonato, a Bodini Fellow at the Academy.
Women, Minorities, Populism, a book chapter written by Marina Calloni, a Bodini Fellow at the Academy.
William Kentridge: Why Should I Hesitate, a book by Italian Academy Director David Freedberg.