An Interaction of Italian Studies & Environmental Humanities - 2/19 & 2/26

The Italian Studies Working Group, with the support of the Leslie Center for the Humanities, invite the Dartmouth community to two lectures at the interaction of Italian Studies and the Environmental Humanities. 

On Friday, February 19th, at 4:00pm (via Zoom), Professor Elena Past will deliver a lecture entitled "#FilmIsAlive: Ferrania, or the afterlives of analog in the digital age." Elena Past is Professor of Italian at Wayne State University.

On Friday, February 26th, at 4:00pm (via Zoom), Professor Serenella Iovino will deliver a lecture entitled "Cages and Mirrors: A Reading of Italo Calvino's Albino Gorilla." Serenella Iovino is Professor of Italian and Environmental Humanities at UNC Chapel Hill. [If you are interested in receiving a copy of Calvino's short story, please contact Damiano Benvegnù at damiano.benvegnu@dartmouth.edu]

For the Zoom link, please RSVP to Humanities.Events@Dartmouth.edu.