Workshop: Building the Exotic through Transmedial Practices

This research seminar aims to investigate the ways in which Fascist colonialism endeavored to construct a coordinated public image of its colonies and occupied territories through a “media convergence”. Read more

Seminar: Raphael’s Antiquity

Five-hundred years ago, on Good Friday, April 6th 1520, the painter Raphael died in Rome after a brief illness, exactly 37 years after his birth, also on Good Friday, in Urbino. Even though ‘but’ an artist, at his death he was a prominent member of a network that was destined to have a profound impact...

International Summer School: Shakespeare’s Rome (SRISS)

The SRISS is held in English and opens for the first time a double track: one for undergraduate students (BA) and one for post-graduate students (MA, PhDs, Postdocs, ESL teachers). Participants will be provided with appropriate methodological tools which will help them to develop a specific competence on Shakespeare’s Rome within an intercultural and interdisciplinary perspective.

Deadline: 26 June 2022

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