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Academic Events

Italian Studies OVI Videoconference Seminar: "Variazioni testuali in un manoscritto senese del Tesoro volgare (Laur. Pl. XLII 22)" (Textual Variants of the Tesoro volgare in a Sienese Manuscript (Laur. Pl. XLII 22)) - Paolo Squillacioti


Location: Information Technology Center, Room 121

This is the sixth and final seminar in the series, hosted by Italian Studies at Notre Dame in partnership with the CNR Institute Opera del Vocabolario Italiano (OVI), which examines a wide range of topics related to early Italian studies, including: Dante's Commedia, the geographical representation of linguistic data, and the production and circulation of manuscripts in Tuscany in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

Medieval Institute Annual Undergraduate Colloquium


Location: Medieval Institute Reading Room (715 Hesburgh Library)


This year's annual Undergraduate Colloquium features another stimulating program organized by Linda Major.

Irish Studies Lecture: The Deep Countryside of Anglo-Norman Ireland


Location: 725 Flanner Hall

The Keough-Naughton Institute of Irish Studies presents a lecture by Dr. Kieran Denis O'Conor of NUI Galway, Ireland.

Maríulestir Seminar Series: Heather O'Donoghue, “Ragnarsdrápa: A Paradigm Poem?”


Location: Medieval Institute Seminar Room (715J Hesburgh Library)


This event in the new Old Norse seminar/workshop series, 'Maríulestir', is jointly sponsored by the Medieval Institute, the Nanovic Centre for European Studies, ND Research, and the Department of English at the University of Notre Dame. Heather O'Donoghue is Professor of Old Norse and Fellow of Linacre College at the University of Oxford.


Devers Program in Dante Studies Seminar: “Reconsidering Dante and Brunetto Latini (and Bono Giamboni)”

Location: Rome Global Gateway

This meeting, sponsored by the Devers Program in Dante Studies, has been organized in connection with the Research Project: “Dante’s Florentine Vernacular Culture, 1280-1301”. It seeks to reconsider Dante’s relationship to Brunetto Latini by endeavouring to examine their possible connections in terms of their possible earlier and evolving contacts whether historical or textual.