Conferences

Forthcoming conferences

‌The Department of Italian has a lively research environment due also to the international conferences it organizes on a regular basis.

Forthcoming conferences: 

(9-10 June 2017) Urban Space and the Body 

 

 

Conferences - Archive

Click on the links below for details of some past events:

Graduate Conference in Italian Studies

Poster for the VIII Annual Graduate Conference in Italian Studies, 2015

IX Annual Graduate Conference

Gianni Celati. Traduzione, tradizione, riscrittura / Gianni Celati. Translation, Tradition, Rewriting

Tuscan Territories: Rural-Urban Dynamics / Territori toscani: dinamiche urbano-rurali (19-20/6/2014)

7th Annual Graduate Conference in Italian Studies

Identity and Conflict in Tuscany / Identità e conflitto in Toscana

Rua da Saudade: Antonio Tabucchi between Italy and Portugal

Antonioni Workshop

Re-presentations of 9/11: A Workshop

Technologies of Self Conference

L'etica del potere per Leonardo Sciascia

Moravia Conference

Leonardo Sciascia: vent’anni dopo

Crime Genre Conference

X Annual Graduate Conference in Italian Studies

X Annual Graduate Conference in Italian Studies

Saturday, 11th March 2017

University College Cork, Ireland

 

Keynote Speaker:  Professor Guido Bonsaver, University of Oxford

 

Research graduate students (MPhil/PhD) working on Italian (or Italian-related) topics (in literature, film studies, gender studies, cultural studies, linguistics, history, art history, etc.) are invited to present papers at this Italian Studies conference. The aim is to promote interdisciplinary dialogue and discussion of current research within the Italian Studies community in Ireland and beyond.

For further information please contact:

Sara Lis Ventura (CACSSS Scholar)/ Martina Viscardi (IRC PhD Scholar)

Department of Italian

School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

University College Cork

Cork, Ireland

italiangraduate@gmail.com 

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME‌‌ 

Call for Papers

    

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Italian

First Floor Block A West, O' Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Ireland

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