Can we research Rome and art history without setting foot in the city or touching the contents of the archive?

by | Sep 22, 2021 | Collaborations, Knowledge Exchange, NWCDTP | 0 comments

NWCDTP Alumna Dr Nia Davies explores the insights and questions raised by a collaborative project with the British School at Rome as part of the 2021 Collaboration Labs programme that has made a fine arts archive digitally accessible to the public for the first time. Nia worked alongside two other researchers, Dr Peter Buckles and Ksenia Litvinenko, to create a window onto BSR’s Fine Arts archive (1913 – 1930) on a new website, available to explore at

Read the full essay on the Cultural Practices magazine.