The Department of Italian UCC and CASiLaC (Centre for Advanced Studies in Languages and Cultures) are pleased to announce the annual series of five public lectures on Dante.
- Tues Jan 24 – Dr Tristan Kay (University of Bristol) – ‘Eros, Salvation and Vernacular Poetry in Dante’
- Tues Jan 31 – Professor Corinna Salvadori Lonergan (Trinity College Dublin), ‘“Was I, O was I to blame For your death?’ (Aeneid VI) – Authorial guilt in Inferno V”
- Tues Feb 7 – Dr Kenneth P. Clarke (University of York) – ‘Horrid Perhapses: The Poetics of Doubt in Dante’
- Tues Feb 14 – Professor Anthony Oldcorn (Brown University) – ‘Sailing to Byzantium: A Reading of Dante’s Paradiso VI’
- Tues Feb 21 – Dr Martín Veiga (University College Cork) – ‘The Reception of Dante’s Commedia in Galician Culture’