The KNIR has its own series of publications entitled Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome. Launched in 2013 and published in Rome by Palombi, the series is a follow-up to the Institute’s previous series of publications, Fragmenta. Journal of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (2007-2012); and Mededelingen van het Nederlands Instituut in Rome (1921-2003).

The aim of the Papers is to offer a forum for a broad range of humanities scholars whose work focuses on Rome and/or Italy from Antiquity to the present. The main language of publication is English, though a small number of contributions in Italian and other languages are included. The four members of the Institute’s academic staff serve as the core editorial team. In addition, there is an editorial board comprised of Dutch and foreign scholars.


Recent publications

KNIR papers 2015
Early Iron Age Communities of S-Italy
Giulia Saltini Semerari & Gert-Jan Burgers
Romanization klein
Roman Republican Colonization
Tesse Stek & Jeremia Pelgrom
Fragmenta 5
Art and Knowledge in Rome
Fragmenta 5
Fragmenta 4
Adrian VI: A Dutch Pope in a Roman Context
Fragmenta 4
Rome and the World - The World in Rome
Peter Rietbergen
Fragmenta 3
The "I" in the Making 
Fragmenta 3
A Marble Revolutionary
Arthur Weststeijn (ed.)
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