“Re-reading Dante’s Vita nova” is a collaborative research project involving researchers from University College London, the University of Bristol, the University of Cambridge, the University of Leeds, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Oxford, the University of Reading, and the University of Warwick.
This two-day event is the final meeting of the series of workshops which have been held over the past two years. It will be hosted by the University of Notre Dame at its Rome Global Gateway and, as with previous meetings, the discussion will take place mostly in English.
Given the on-going nature of this project, attendance is restricted to participating and invited parties only. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the meeting.
Sponsored by the Devers Family Program in Dante Studies and the Center for Italian Studies.
Thursday, May 16, 2019 (all times are in Central European Time)
2.00 pm: Welcome and Introductions: Theodore J. Cachey, Jr. (Notre Dame)
2:30 pm: Readings
- Chapter 40: Chiara Sbordoni (Notre Dame, Rome)
- Chapter 41: Lorenzo Dell’Oso (Notre Dame)
- Chapter 42: Anne Leone (Syracuse)
3.15 pm: Break
3.30-5.00 pm: Discussion
Friday, May 17, 2019
9:30am-12:30pm: Discussion of the project led by Zygmunt G. Barański (Notre Dame)
Discussants will include: Michael Biasin (Reading), Jacob Blakesley (Leeds), David Bowe (Cork), Theodore J. Cachey, Jr. (Notre Dame), Lorenzo Dell’Oso (Notre Dame), Peter Dent (Bristol), George Ferzoco (Bristol), Simon Gilson (Oxford), Claire Honess (Leeds), Tristan Kay (Bristol), Catherine Keen (UCL), Anne Leone (Syracuse), Luca Lombardo (Notre Dame), David Lummus (Notre Dame), Valentina Mele (Cambridge), Vittorio Montemaggi (KCL), Carolyn Muessig (Bristol), Paola Nasti (Northwestern), Federica Pich (Leeds), Donato Pirovano (Turin), Helena Phillips-Robins (Cambridge), Katherine Powlesland (Cambridge), Chiara Sbordoni (Notre Dame), and Heather Webb (Cambridge).
Thursday, May 16 – Friday, May 17, 2019
University of Notre Dame
Rome Global Gateway
Via Ostilia 15
Originally published at italianstudies.nd.edu.