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PhD candidate in Italian Studies is Awarded by the Dante Society of America

The Center for Italian Studies is pleased to announce that Giulia Maria Gliozzi, a first year PhD student in Italian Studies at Notre Dame, has received the Grandgent Award of the Dante Society of America for the best essay submitted by a graduate student.

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E-service-learning: Through new class and U.N. partnership, Notre Dame students teach Italian virtually to African refugees

A new Italian language course is empowering Notre Dame students to educate students of their own — African refugees who must learn basic Italian before they can relocate to Italy.

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New Title in the Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature

The Devers Series with the University of Notre Dame saw a new book published on Dante: Dante’s Multitudes: History, Philosophy, Method by Teodolinda Barolini

Journal Italian Culture Dedicates Special Issue to Joseph A. Buttigieg

Journal Italian Culture Dedicates Special Issue to Joseph A. Buttigieg

The Center for Italian Studies proudly announces the publication of a special issue of the journal Italian Culture which celebrates the scholarship and the legacy, and commemorates the loss, of Joseph A. Buttigieg.

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Brenda Deen Schildgen receives the Helen and Howard Marraro Prize for “Dante and Violence”

Author: Madilynn O'Hara

The Center for Italian Studies and the University of Notre Dame Press are proud to announce that Brenda Deen Schildgen, distinguished professor emerita of comparative literature at the University of California, Davis, received this year’s Helen and Howard Marraro Prize for her book Dante and Violence: Domestic, Civic, Cosmic.

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New Library acquisition: Il primo libro dell'opere toscane di M. Laura Battiferra degli Ammannati

Author: Tracy Bergstrom

The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections has recently acquired the following item: Il primo libro dell'opere toscane di M. Laura Battiferra degli Ammannati. Florence: Appresso i Giunti, MDLX.    

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