The Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute is pleased to
announce its calendar of events for the academic year of 2014-15.
The Institute was founded in 2003 with the mission of promoting
on-campus cultural and academic activities related to Italian Studies.
This year, the program comprises films, lectures, book-presentations as
well as concerts. We invite students, faculty members and administrators
to join us.
All events begin at 6 p.m. For further information, contact Barbara Ritchie at (973) 275-2967 or email@example.com.
- Monday, September 21, Chancellor's Suite –University Center
Scholarship Award Ceremony and Lecture
The Art of Writing Letters: From Italy’s Unification to World War I
Dr. Gabriella Romani
Tuesday, October 6, Beck Rooms, Walsh Library
Lecture – Dalmatian and Istrian Émigré Communities in Post World War II Italy
Dr. Marta Deyrup
Wednesday, November 4, Beck Rooms, Walsh Library
Lecture – Niccolò Ammaniti (Author)
Wednesday, November 18, South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)
Vivaldi Concert - Salzburg Chamber Soloists
- Monday, February 9, Beck Rooms
The Mysteries of the Marco Polo Maps
Benjamin B. Olshin
The University of the Arts
- Monday, March 2
"Daughters of Alchemy: Italian Women at the Dawn of the Scientific Revolution"
Meredith Ray, University of Delaware
- Wednesday, April 8, Beck Rooms
The Lost Wave: "Women and Democracy in Italy"
Molly Tambor, Long -Island University
Fall 2014 Events
- Tuesday, September
16, The Atrium - Jubilee Hall
Scholarship Awards for Italian Studies
"Migration and Literature"
Prof. Robert Viscusi, Brooklyn College
- Tuesday, October 7, Faculty Lounge
"Men of the Cloth"
Vicki Vasilopoulos, Director
- Wednesday, October 15, Faculty Lounge
"Opera Divas and Heroines in Nineteenth Century Italy"
Prof. Katharine Mitchell, University of Strathclyde
- Monday, November 3, Faculty Lounge
"The Italian Body"
- Wednesday, November 5, SOPAC
"I Pagliacci" Concert
- Monday, December 1, Faculty Lounge
"The Law of the Land"
Director Fred Kuwornu
Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute