Virtual Roundtable: "Mapping Rome: The Eternal City as a Site for Interdisciplinary Research and Education in the Humanities"

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Location: Zoom

In preparation for the international conference, "Mapping Rome: The Eternal City as a Site for Interdisciplinary Research and Education in the Humanities," to be held at the University of Notre Dame on March 18-19, 2022, the Center for Italian Studies is hosting a virtual roundtable on the ideas behind the conference and its goals.

Moderator: Theodore J. Cachey, Jr. (Italian and Dante Studies)
Speakers:
    Margaret Meserve (History, Associate Dean for the Humanities, College of Arts and Letters)
    Heather Minor (History of Art)
    Kathleen Cummings (American Studies, Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism)
    Silvia Dall'Olio (Executive Director of the Rome Global Gateway)
    Maurizio Albahari (Anthropology)

 

To register to participate in the audience of the roundtable, please fill out the registration form here.


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