Lecture: The Past, Present, and Future of Italian Studies


Location: Special Collections in the Hesburgh Library

Biblioteca di Borromeo

Zygmunt G. Barnaski, Serena Professor of Italian at the University of Cambridge and 2010 Albert J. and Helen M. Ravarino Distinguished Visiting Professor at Notre Dame, will explore the historical foundations, current conditions, and future prospects of the study of Italian literature and culture. Baranski is one of the world's authorities on Dante, medieval poetics, and modern Italian literature, film and culture. He has written or edited 16 books and more than 100 articles. His recent books include 'Chiosar con altro testo'. Leggere Dante nel Trecento. (Florence: Cadmo, 2001); Dante e i segni. Saggi per una storia intellettuale di Dante (Naples: Liguori, 2000); Cambridge Companion to Modern Italian Culture (Co-editor Rebecca West. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001); Pasolini Old and New. Surveys and Studies.(Editor. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999).


Where: Special Collections in the Hesburgh Library
When: Monday, November 8, at 4:30pm