ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA - DUBLINO
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We regret that due to the volume of requests and proposals that the Institute receives daily, we cannot guarantee a reply to all. Copies of books sent for event proposals will not be returned.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 - Wednesday, May 27, 2015
“The work is divided into three parts, dialectically marked by auditorystimuli that dictate the proxemics ad hoc. The extended time, thesilence, the rustle of a grey raincoat - which she slowly puts on – markthe rhythm of the micro scores of the actions: >>>
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Spoglia di Sillabe
The collection comprises poems from all the stages of Aurora’s life but it’s also an introspection of the life she lived in Ireland since she came to stay in Dublin back in 2006. The poems are inspired from memories, dreams, nightmares but are also take >>>
Wednesday, June 03, 2015
A Dante Quartet - I Corinna Salvadori Lonergan - Dante, Florence and the Florin
From the opening of Dante’s Commedia, with the pilgrim’s ascent
towards light blocked by a she-wolf, symbol of insatiable greed, the
entire work can be read as one great condemnation of this powerful
motivation of human action. In opposition to >>>
Friday, June 05, 2015
A Dante Quartet - II John Barnes - "Guerre convien surgere": Dante and War
This lecture will first consider Dante’s views on war as a principle and
then move on to his direct experience of warfare. Its main purpose,
however, will be to explore ways in which those views and that
experience are reflected in his literary >>>
Monday, June 08, 2015
A Dante Quartet - III Cormac O Cuilleanain - Rivers of Dante (On the Banks of my Own Lovely Styx)
Dante leaves us with many haunting images of this world and the next.
With the aid of some PowerPoint slides, tonight’s lecture will explore a
significant “family” of water imagery that flows through the Comedy, in both real and metaphorical forms. >>>
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