Allan Ceen, Ph.D.


images_faculty_ceen-262x300Ph.D. History of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1977

M.A. History of Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1970

B.A. Architecture, Columbia College



Professor Ceen has been with Pantheon Institute since: 2009  (as PSU in Rome 1994-98 and Penn State Sede di Roma 1998-2009)



Awards, recognition and honors

Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (1988-89)

Founding Director of Studium Urbis research center, Rome (since 2000)

Co-organizer:  Nolli and Vasi websites for University of Oregon

Publications and presentations

Rome 1748: The Pianta Grande di G.B. Nolli (NY: 1984)

The Quartiere de’ Banchi: Urban Planning in Rome in the first half of the Cinquecento (NY: 1986)

Roma Nolliana (Rome: 2003) Exhibition catalog for the Nolli Conference organized by the Studium Urbis in 2003

2000-2010  Ten catalogs for annual exhibitions at the Studium Urbis
Roma Traversata: Tracing historic pathways through Rome  Due for 2014 publication by PSU Press

Courses Taught at the Pantheon Institute:

ARCH 499C Roman Cartography as Imago Urbis
ARCH 499D City and Town: Urban Analysis  of Towns in the Campagna Romana
ARCH 499G Architectural Geometry

Previous Teaching Positions:

Cornell University



Developed Studium Urbis in 2000, a research center on the topography and urban development of Rome

Giambattistan Nolli Conference, Imago Urbis, and Rome
Rome, Italy 31 May-3June 2003

Villa Adriana Seminar (with Polytecnico di Milano; Penn State in Rome)








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