Lecturer St. Mary's College Rome Program, 1979—1983. Visiting assistant professor University of California at Los Angeles, 1983—1987. Associate specialist University California, Irvine, Rome, 1987—1990.
Visiting associate professor Columbia University, New York City, 1989—1990. Assistant professor University Chicago, 1990—1996, associate professor, 1996—2001. Andrew W. Mellon professor American Academy in Rome, 2001—2005.
Professor University Notre Dame School Archt., since 2005. Advisory board Etruscan Foundation, Spannocchia, Siena, Italy, since 2001.
- From Heaven to Arcadia: The Sacred and the Profane in the Renaissance (New York Review Books)
- From the revelations of classical statuary pulled from the Roman soil as the popes began rebuilding the city in the fifteenth century, to the myth of serenity that Venice constructed to conceal its physical and political fragility, to bloody yet cultured Florence under the Medici, Ingrid D.
- The Scarith of Scornello: A Tale of Renaissance Forgery
- Bored teenager Curzio Inghirami staged perhaps the most outlandish prank of the seventeenth century when he hatched a wild scheme that preyed on the Italian fixation with ancestry by forging an array of ancient Latin and Etruscan documents.
- The Ecstatic Journey: Athanasius Kircher in Baroque Rome
- The Ecstatic Journey: Athanasius Kircher in Baroque Rome surveys the scientific, religious, and political culture of seventeenth-century Rome through the works of Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680), a German Jesuit at the Roman College.
- The Culture of the High Renaissance: Ancients and Moderns in Sixteenth-Century Rome
- Between 1480 and 1520, a concentration of talented artists, including Melozzo da Forlì, Bramante, Pinturicchio, Raphael, and Michelangelo, arrived in Rome and produced some of the most enduring works of art ever created.
1979 - 1983
1983 - 1987
1987 - 1990
1989 - 1990
2001 - 2005
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