We are delighted to announce that Nathaniel Silver has been awarded the I Tatti Prize for Best Essay by a Junior Scholar, for his essay "Creating a Renaissance Painter: Pesellino, Connoisseurship, and the Romantik," I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance, Vol. 18, No. 2. Read more about Announcing the Winner of the I Tatti Prize for Best Essay by a Junior Scholar
A group of seventeen international guest scholars working on European and Near Middle Eastern history and culture gathered at I Tatti on October 18-19 for the conference Ariosto and the Arabs: Contexts of the Orlando Furioso. Read more about Ariosto and the Arabs - an International Conference
Villa I Tatti is currently accepting Term Fellowship applications for the 2018/2019 academic year.Read more about Call for Applications: Term Fellowships at I Tatti, 2018/2019
Work to secure the foundations of Villa Linda began in early summer 2017. Read more about Construction Work Begins at Villa Linda
Launched at the Basilica of San Lorenzo on June 14, this comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of essays illuminates many previously unexplored aspects of the church's history, extending from its Early Christian foundation to the modern era. Read more about San Lorenzo: A Florentine Church. A New Addition to the Villa I Tatti Series
Announcing a cluster for the fall 2018 issue of I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance: Read more about "Unfinished Renaissances"
Out now: Spring 2017 number of our journal, I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance (vol. 20.1) Read more about Spring 2017 I Tatti Studies out now
We are delighted to announce the I Tatti Appointees for academic year 2017/2018.
Read more about Announcing the 2017/2018 I Tatti Appointees