Online Seminar – The Anthropocene and Poetry – Discussion with David Farrier

Jacopo Turini EVENTS, SPATIAL HUMANITIES

The Rethinking Spatial Humanities cluster and the Eco-Humanities research group, UCC, are delighted to welcome Professor David Farrier, Professor of Literature and the Environment at the University of Edinburgh, for an online discussion on the Anthropocene and poetry, Friday 2 December @ 10 am on Zoom. All welcome, registration here. https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/online-seminar-the-anthropocene-and-poetry-discussion-with-david-farrier-tickets-476411699217 Please contact Aoife Corcoran for further details, aoife.corcoran@ucc.ie

Memory, Mobility and Material Culture – Roundtable and Book Launch

Jacopo Turini EVENTS, MEMORY

Join us on Friday 25th November, at 3:30 pm in Mary Ryan Room, for a roundtable discussion with some of the contributors to the volume Memory, Mobility and Material Culture edited by Chiara Giuliani (Dept of Italian) and Kate Hodgson (Dept of French). Siobhán Browne and Clíona O’Carroll (Folklore), Chiara Giuliani (Italian), Kate Hodgson (French), Cara Levey (SPLAS) and Mastoureh …

Inferno – Elliot Murphy (Aula Maxima, Nov 11, 6.30 pm)

Jacopo Turini CDSI, EVENTS

Join us in the Aula Maxima for an exclusive music performance of Inferno (live solo Cello and recorded parts) by Elliot Murphy! Elliot Murphy is an Irish composer and instrumentalist (cello, guitar) based in Berlin. In 2021, on the occasion of the Septuacentennial of Dante Alighieri’s death, he premiered his Inferno for live solo Cello and interactive pre-recorded strings at the Coach …

Dante Futures. New Voices in Ireland and the UK

Jacopo Turini CDSI, EVENTS

The Centre for Dante Studies in Ireland & the Leeds Centre for Dante Studies are glad to announce the upcoming conference Dante Futures: New Voices in Ireland and the UK, which will be hosted by University College Cork on the 11th and 12th November 2022. Inspired by the A Centenary Celebration of New Voices in the UK and Irish Dante Studies event- held …

Architecture Oriented Otherwise: David Leatherbarrow and his Work

Jacopo Turini EVENTS, SPATIAL HUMANITIES

With Denis Linehan, Department of Geography Architecture Oriented Otherwise: David Leatherbarrow’s work 04.11 @ 10 am: Gathering in the Geography Library Room. Then, we will walk through the Glucksman with the work of David Leatherbarrow’s Topographical Stories. Studies in Landscape and Architectures & Architecture Oriented Otherwise. Please contact Barbara Siller (Barbara.siller@ucc.ie) for any further information.

Representations of Lethal Gender-Based Violence in Italy between Journalism and Literature: Femminicidio Narratives

Jacopo Turini EVENTS, GENDER&VIOLENCE

The Violence, Conflict and Gender Cluster, with the Department of Italian, invites you to join us for the launch of Dr Nicoletta Mandolini’s book, Representations of Lethal Gender-Based Violence in Italy between Journalism and Literature: Femminicidio Narratives (Routledge 2021) on Friday, 6 May at 1pm. Professor Nuala Finnegan will present the book, followed by a wine reception. All welcome.

The Poetic Tongue: Poets Translating Poets II

Jacopo Turini EVENTS, TRANSLATION

Wednesday 4th May 2022   2:00 – 3:30 pm   Online via MS Teams   ‘The Poetic Tongue’, the second symposium of the series ‘Poets Translating Poets’, brings together scholars, translators and creative writers to reflect on the process of translating poetry. These three papers analyse the challenges, celebrate the aesthetic findings and explore the close contacts between writing poetry …