Workshop: Staging “italianità” between Race, Science and the Arts. Organized by Dr. Beatrice FalcucciThe workshop “Staging italianità between Race, Science, and the Arts. Museum, Exhibitions, Festivals and the Making of Identities in Italy… Read more
Public Lecture: Museums as Archives. Cultural Emergence, Disappearance, and Reemergence through Museum Collections
Date: 26 September 2023Time: 17:30 - 19:00
Public Lecture: ‘Taking it like candy’: Medicinal Chocolate and the Society of Jesus
Date: 11 October 2023Time: 17:00
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