dante-lecture-2018

Dante Public Lecture Series 2018 announced

The Department of Italian and CASiLaC are pleased to announce the annual series of five public lectures on the great Italian poet Dante Alighieri.

  • Tuesday January 23 – Dr Daragh O’Connel (University College Cork) – “Dante’s Envy: Poetry and PUnishment in the Court of Vice”
  • Tuesday January 30 – Dr Claudia Rossignoli (University of St Andrews) – “Hopes Betrayed: Justice and Suicide in Dante’s Comedy”
  • Tuesday February 6 – Professor Philip Terry (University of Essex) – “Dante in Essex: A Topographical Translation”
  • Tuesday February 13 – Dr David Bowe (University of Oxford) – “The Authority of Women in Dante’s Divine Comedy?”
  • Tuesday February 20 – Dr Philip Coleman (Trinity College Dublin) – “Dantean Echoes in Twentieth-Century American Poetry: The Middle Generation and Beyond”

VENUE: All lectures will take place in BOOLE LECTURE THEATRE 1

TIME: 7.00pm ALL WELCOME