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Italian Research Seminar, January 24: Prof. Alessia Ricciardi on Elena Ferrante
Prof. Alessia Ricciardi of Northwestern University will kick off the Spring 2019 series of the Italian Research Seminar with a talk on Elena Ferrante's German sources.
Videoconference: Re-Reading Dante's Vita Nova, Chapters 35-39
The penultimate session of the international workshop on Dante's Vita Nova, focusing on Chapters 35-39, will be hosted by the University of Warwick. Notre Dame affiliates will participate via videoconfernce from ITC room 121 at 9 am on February 1, 2019.
Graduate Research Opportunities at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini
This year the Fondazione Giorgio Cini will offer 10 residential scholarships to international and Italian PhDs and postdocs for research in Venice. Applications are due by the end of February.
New Devers Series Title on Boccaccio by James Kriesel
In his exciting new book, published in December 2018, Prof. James C. Kriesel of Villanova University explores how medieval ideas about the body and gender inspired Boccaccio’s vernacular and Latin writings.