Events: Lectures

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

OVI Videoconference Seminar: David Lummus - “Intertestualità e storia in Decameron IX 1. Boccaccio tra Cavalcanti e Dante”

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Location: Room 121, Information Technology Center

University of Notre Dame & Opera del Vocabolario Italiano (OVI) Videoconference Seminars – Spring 2018

 

David Lummus: “Intertestualità e storia in Decameron IX 1. Boccaccio tra Cavalcanti e Dante” (Intertextuality and History in Decameron

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

OVI Videoconference Seminar: Cosimo Burgassi e Speranza Cerullo - “Tradurre dal latino in italiano nel Trecento: due casi di studio”

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Location: Room 121, Information Technology Center

University of Notre Dame & Opera del Vocabolario Italiano (OVI) Videoconference Seminars – Spring 2018

 

Cosimo Burgassi e Speranza Cerullo: “Tradurre dal latino in italiano nel Trecento: due casi di studio” (Translating from Latin into Italian in the Fourteenth Century: Two Case Studies)

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Thursday, May 17, 2018

Seminar: France and Dante’s Florence

Location: Notre Dame's Rome Global Gateway

France and Dante’s Florence

Thursday 17 - Friday 18 May, 2018

Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway, 15 Via Ostilia, 00184

This seminar, sponsored by the William and Katherine Devers Program in Dante Studies at the University of Notre Dame, has been organized in connection with the research project, “Dante’s Florentine Vernacular Culture, 1280-1301,” and following two successful meetings on “Dante’s Intellectual Formation” (Rome, March 2014) and on “Reconsidering Dante and Brunetto Latini (and Bono Giamboni)” (Rome, May 2017).

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Friday, May 18, 2018

Seminar: France and Dante’s Florence

Location: Notre Dame's Rome Global Gateway

France and Dante’s Florence

Thursday 17 - Friday 18 May, 2018

Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway, 15 Via Ostilia, 00184

This seminar, sponsored by the William and Katherine Devers Program in Dante Studies at the University of Notre Dame, has been organized in connection with the research project, “Dante’s Florentine Vernacular Culture, 1280-1301,” and following two successful meetings on “Dante’s Intellectual Formation” (Rome, March 2014) and on “Reconsidering Dante and Brunetto Latini (and Bono Giamboni)” (Rome, May 2017).

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