Festival delle Letterature.

This cycle of readings by contemporary authors opens on 21 May 2003 with Doris Lessing, who will read from her autobiography. Two Americans, Jeffrey Eugenides and Jonathan Lethem, will read from their...

Travel lecture.

15 May 2003. Talk on Borneo for the lecture series "Diario di viaggio" at Rome's zoological museum.

Progetto Italia. Conversazioni di Storia dellArte.

28 May 2003: art restorer Pinin Brambilla Barcilon talks about Leonardo da Vincis painting of the last supper in Cenacolo: storia, condizione, restauro (18.30).

World, faith and community at the Irish College.

The Pontifical Irish College celbrates 375 years in Rome with a day of lectures on the subject of "World, faith and community" on Fri 9 May. Speakers include Archbishop Fitzgerald, M. Afr., president...

Travel lecture.

Talk on the Galapagos Islands for the lecture series "Diario di viaggio" at Rome's zoological museum.

Alchimia degli estremi: Il laboratorio degli Heroici furori.

9-10 May 2003: conference (09.00-17.00).

Storia dellArte Contemporanea.

Lectures on contemporary art and architecture by Enrica Torelli Landini, who will speak about Lartista-ingegnere: il Costruttivismo russo on 5 May 2003 (15.30-17.30), and Il concetto e lidea entra nel...

Lectures at the British School at Rome.

30-31 May 2003: art history conference entitled Regarding romantic Rome: Topography, reverie, destabilisation.

Temple University Rome. Film director Francesca Comencini talks about her work and about the documentary she directed: Carlo Giuliani, ragazzo.

25 March 2004: Film director Francesca Comencini talks about her work and about the documentary she directed: Carlo Giuliani, ragazzo. Projection of the documentary (16.30); encounter with Francesca C...

Teatro Eliseo.

Until 18 April 2005: a series of lectures entitled La parola contesa tra filosofia e scienza in which protagonists of different sciences talk about the implications of their work. 11 April: Francesca...

Musica Per Roma: Patologie Italiane.

3 Jan 2005. Massimo Popolizio discusses the work of Cesare Lombroso, who in his 1876 work LUomo delinquente claimed to have discovered physical differences between criminals and law-abiding people.

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