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October 30 at 5:30 in the Meyerson Conference Center - 223 Van Pelt Library, at 5:30pm, Federica Caneparo will present her new book, "Di molte figure adornato". L'Orlando Furioso nei cicli pittorici tra Cinque e Seicento ["Adorned with many pictures". The Orlando Furioso in 16th and 17th Century Pictorial Cycles]. The lecture will be held in English.Date: 30 October 2014
To commemorate the 100th anniversay of World War I, the Center for Italian Studies and the Cinema Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, in collaboration with the Italian Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, the Consulate General of Italy in Philadelphia, RAI Cinema, Cinemaundici, and Ipotesi Cinema, present acclaimed Italian director Ermanno Olmi's new film, Torneranno i prati (2014).Date: 4 November 2014
Thursday November 6 at 6pm, Hermann Haller will present his critical edition of John Florio's Italian-English dictionary, A Worlde of Wordes, in the wonderful setting of the Henry Charles Lea Library.Date: 6 November 2014
The Power of Affections: Poetry, Music, and Spectacle in Seventeenth-Century Italian Opera Librettos
Philadelphia, 13-14 November 2014
An international conference organized by the Center for Italian Studies and the Music Department of the University of Pennsylvania in collaboration with the Institute for Music of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice, Italy.Date: 12 November 2014 - 14 November 2014
The Center for Italian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania will celebrate the centennial of the birth of Italian poet Mario Luzi (1914-2005) with an international conference that will be held in Philadelphia, February 13-14, 2015. The deadline to submit a proposal for a presentation on any aspect of Luzi's work is November 15. Send your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: 13 February 2015 - 14 February 2015
Join us Wednesday 22 October, 4:30pm to celebrate the 14th World Week of the Italian Language, under the High Patronage of the President of Italy, Giorgio Napolitano. This year's theme is "Writing the New Europe: Italian Publishers, Authors and Readers in the Digital Era," from which our event draws its title. the theme will be discussed by faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students in the Italian Program who will introduce our audience to the great innovations brought on by the digital era to writing, reading, teaching, and learning.Date: 22 October 2014
Italian history seems animated by the desire to cross the borders of the peninsula and to establish Italianness within a global horizon, bringing it face to face with other societies and different local realities. From Marco Polo’s adventurous voyage to the heroic era of geographic discoveries, from Galileo’s cosmic exploration to the diaspora of the great migration, Italians continue to travel the world peacefully, carrying with them the strength of their cultural traditions as well as Italian know-how, methods, and technologies.
Date: 18 October 2014