07 September 2012
Photo: Miranda Mollendorf
In an interview with Humanities Magazine Katherine Rinne (M. Arch '81) discusses her knowledge of Rome and its fountains. The interview centers on the subject of her award-winning book The Waters of Rome: Aqueducts, Fountains, and the Birth of the Baroque City (Yale University Press: 2011). Rinne's book recently won the 2012 Spiro Kostof Award for Urban History from the Society of Architectural Historians in addition to the 2011 John Brinkerhoff Jackson Prize for Landscape History from the Foundation for Landscape Studies.