Monthly Archives: February 2017

NYU Italian Studies – Every Other Thursday: Kino Gramsci, 1970 Italian Film Series !

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NYU Department of Italian Studies & Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò
invite you to a series of 1970s Italian political film, commemorating the 80th anniversary of Gramsci’s death.


The films will be screened every other Thursday in the Casa Library (24 West 12th Street, 2nd Floor), and short texts will be distributed prior to each session. 
 
Sign up and enjoy films at kino.gramsci[at]gmail.com!

Join the conversation ! Professor Maria Luisa Ardizzone’s Book Presentation: Reading as the Angels Read: Speculation in Dante’s Banquet

NYU Department of Italian Studies & Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò present

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Reading as the Angels Read 

Speculation and Politics in Dante’s Banquet 

PROFESSOR MARIA LUISA ARDIZZONE

(New York University)

IN CONVERSATON WITH:

Teodolinda Barolini

 (Da Ponte Professor, Columbia University)

INTRODUCED BY:

Jane Tylus 

(New York University)

PARTICIPANTS:

Simone Marchesi 

(Princeton University)

Alessandro Vettori

(Rutgers University)

Next Wednesday! “The Having Been There of Things” with Peter Geimer

The NYU German Department would like to invite you to their public lecture next week on Wednesday, February 22 at 6pm. Professor Peter Geimer (Freie Universität Berlin) will be speaking on The Having Been There of Things: Barthes’ Reality Effect and 19 Century History Painting. The talk will be introduced by Professor Christopher Wood, and take place in the Great Room on the first floor of 19 University Place.

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Come Join ! Threats to Freedom of Expression in the Age of Trump

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RSVP Here  

 

Cold War Seminar: Eric Zolov on “Flirting with Neutralism”

For the next Cold War seminar of the spring semester, Eric Zolov will discuss a chapter from his upcoming manuscript, The Last Good Neighbor: Mexico in the Early Global Sixties, on Thursday, February 16. Christy Thorton (Rowan University) will comment.

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The seminar will take place from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM in the Tamiment Library conference room on the tenth floor of the Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South. A reception with wine and cheese will follow the Q & A session. This seminar is sponsored by the Center for the United States and the Cold War.
RSVP: email tamiment.events[at]nyu.edu with guest name(s) & event title.