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Events Spring 2012


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WEDNESDAY, 04/18 @ 5:00pm, Rose Hill, Faber Hall, Room 568


>> Lecture Series on Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Stefano Gulizia (The City University of New York), “A Printer's Tale: Global Exchange and Street Culture between Spain and Venice.”  Contacts: barsella@fordham.edu or polcri@fordham.edu

 
THURSDAY, 04/12 @ 4:00pm, Lincoln Center, Room 520
>> Rebels with a Cause? Outlaws in Unification Italy and Beyond, A talk by Prof. Peter Schneider. All are we
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FRIDAY, 03/12 @ 4:30pm, Lincoln Center, 12th Floor


>> Lecture Series on Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Michelangelo Zaccarello (Universita di Verona, Italy), “Caricature and Comic Self-Portraiture in Early Italian Poetry (from Rustico to Michelangelo).”  Contacts: barsella@fordham.edu or polcri@fordham.edu

 
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 WEDNESDAY, 02/15 @ 4:00pm, Lincoln Center, South Lounge


>> The Mysterious Stone: The Holy Grail in Parzival presented by Ronald G. Murphy S.J. at the St. Ignatius Loyola Chair Lectures

 
MONDAY, 02/06 @ 7:00pm, Lincoln Center, 12th Floor Lounge


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Poets Out Loud at Fordham University presents "Local Talents: Fordham Poets" with Chris Brandt, Heather Dubrow, Erica Ehrenberg, Elisabeth Frost, Angella O'Donnell, Alessandro Polcri, Sharon Dennis Wyeth, and with Caroline Hagwood.

 WEDNESDAY, 02/01 @ 10:30am Rose Hill, Faber Hall Room 568

>> “Monstrous Tongues:  On Foreignness in the Theater of Bernard-Marie Koltès” Presented by Dr. Amin Erfani who holds a Ph.D. in French and Francophone literature from Emory University, 2011.  His research focuses on 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literature, specializing in theater and critical theory.  Currently, he is a Visiting Assistant Professor of French in the Department of French and Italian at Emory University. 

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