Upcoming Events By Month

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Tue Sep 3, 2019

Daniel Nemser, University of Michigan, to deliver the Spanish section's Second Annual Inaugural Lecture

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Location: Annenburg Auditorium, Snite Musuem

Yanga in Málaga: Iberian Empire and the Hinge of Slavery

A public lecture by Daniel Nemser, University of Michigan

One of the best known and earliest cases of marronage (the formation of communities of escaped slaves) in the Americas involves the African-born Yanga, who around 1570 escaped from slavery and established a long-standing maroon community in colonial Mexico. For years, his followers raided wagons transporting goods along the nearby camino real

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Wed Sep 4, 2019

Thu Sep 5, 2019

Italian Research Seminar - Sabrina Ferri (Notre Dame)

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Location: Rare Books & Special Collections (102 Hesburgh Library)

Giacomo Leopardi Bust

“‘Gli occhi della fantasia.’ Mental Images and Poetic Imagery in Leopardi”

The Italian Research Seminar will open the 2019-2020 academic year with a lecture by Sabrina Ferri, Associate Professor of Italian at Notre Dame, on Giacomo Leopardi’s poetics and its connections with 18th- and early 19th-century theories of the imagination.…

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Wed Sep 11, 2019

Thu Sep 12, 2019

Italian Coffee Hour

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Location: Decio Commons

Nutella

Please join us for an hour of coffee and conversation in Italian where you can meet faculty, students, and staff in Italian Studies and practice your Italian. We meet about once per month and offer activities centered around different aspects of Italian culture.…

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Book Talk "When Fiction & Philosophy Meet"

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Location: Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore

When Fiction & Philosophy Meet: A Conversation with Flannery O’Connor & Simone Weil Join us for a book talk and signing with E. Jane Doering and Ruthann K. Johansen September 12, 4:30pm Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore 2 nd floor reading room *call (574)631-5757 for additional details

Poster Hammes Doering Johansen

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Sat Sep 14, 2019

Tue Sep 17, 2019

Wed Sep 18, 2019

Thu Sep 19, 2019

Italian Research Seminar - Ambrogio Camozzi Pistoja (Harvard)

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Location: Rare Books & Special Collections (102 Hesburgh Library)

Ciappelletto

Parabola in Boccaccio (I.1; X.10)

For the second meeting of the Italian Research Seminar, Prof. Ambrogio Camozzi Pistoja will give a lecture on the first and last tales of Boccaccio’s Decameron.

More details will be announced as the date approaches.

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Fri Sep 20, 2019

Employing Interdisciplinarity: Early Modern Legacies, Future Challenges

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September 20-21, 2019 | University of Notre Dame | 235 Decio Hall

Interdiciplinarity Conference Poster Version 2

Organized by Notre Dame’s Early Modern Circle, this conference takes aim at one of the academy’s most coveted buzzwords. Where in fact does the fascination with interdisciplinarity come from, and why does it matter so much today?

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Sat Sep 21, 2019

Employing Interdisciplinarity: Early Modern Legacies, Future Challenges

Location:

September 20-21, 2019 | University of Notre Dame | 235 Decio Hall

Interdiciplinarity Conference Poster Version 2

Organized by Notre Dame’s Early Modern Circle, this conference takes aim at one of the academy’s most coveted buzzwords. Where in fact does the fascination with interdisciplinarity come from, and why does it matter so much today?

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Mon Sep 23, 2019

Tue Sep 24, 2019

Student Voices: Studying & Volunteering in Puerto Rico

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Location: Julian Samora Scholars Lounge 315 Bond Hall

Prof. Marisel Moreno invites all Spanish students and faculty to come listen to the first group of ND students who participated in the Cross-Cultural Leadership Program (CCLP) in Puerto Rico last summer. 

Cclp Pr Panel Poster 1

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Thu Sep 26, 2019

PROF. MISERES RESEARCH WORKSHOP

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Location: C 104-5 Hesburgh Center

Professor Vanesa Miseres will discuss in a workshop format a chapter of her new book (in preparation) on women’s war writings in Latin America within the Kellogg Latin American History Working Group. Please email professor Miseres or the group chairs (Jaime Pensado, Karen Graubart, and Ted Beatty) to receive a copy of the chapter if you wish to attend. You are all welcome!…

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Fri Sep 27, 2019

Dante Now!

Location: Annenberg Auditorium, Snite Museum of Art

Dante Now Image

Dante Now! A Divine Comedy Celebration

Please join the Center for Italian Studies on Friday, September 27 for its annual “Dante Now!” event, dedicated to performing and understanding Dante’s Divine Comedy.

Details will be posted here as the date approaches.…

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