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New Honorary Research Associates

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ACIS is very pleased that Josh Brown and Alessandro Carrieri have accepted appointments as Honorary Research Associates. Dr Brown has interests in language in both historical and contemporary contexts. Using materials from the archives of merchants, he has analysed variations in language use in 14thC and 15thC Milan; he has written on the life and letters of a cardinal in mid-19thC Western Australia; and he has explored factors in Italian language enrolments in current tertiary education. Dr Carrieri, whose doctoral research was on music, memory and resistance among Jewish musicians in concentration camps and ghettos, has been a Visiting Research Fellow in Holocaust Studies at the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation (Monash). His current research concerns the history of the persecution and expulsion of Italian Jewish musicians and composers from conservatories and theatres during Fascist rule; he has recently organised a conference in Trieste on that topic.

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Appointment of Honorary Research Associate: Paolo Bartoloni

t4_-491194439We are delighted to appoint Professor Paolo Bartoloni from the National University of Ireland, Galway, as an Honorary Research Associate of ACIS during his visit to Australia from July to September this year. Paolo will be based for part of the period at the University of the Sunshine Coast (Qld) and will also be giving seminars at several universities in Melbourne and Sydney. He has published extensively on Italian and comparative literature and on 20th century continental theory and philosophy, with a particular interest in art and technology. His current research interests focus on objects, technology and writing in Svevo’s La coscienza di Zeno. We will be posting details of his lectures and seminars in due course.

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APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

UnknownACIS is delighted that Theodore Ell has accepted appointment as an Honorary Research Associate. As followers of our blog will know, he is an expert on the poetry of Piero Bigongiari and co-editor of the international literary magazine Contrappasso. In addition to converting his PhD thesis into a book, he will also be working to develop a network of activities and exchanges for postgraduates and early career researchers in Italian Studies.

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Michael Wyatt’s talks in Melbourne

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Sept. 16  University of Melbourne, Department of Italian: “Italian Renaissance Technologies: Praxis, Texts, Images” (click here for details)

Sept. 20  Monash University, Med-Ren seminar: ‘Renaissances: an introduction to the Cambridge Companion to the Italian Renaissance’ (click here for details)

 

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Michael Wyatt’s talks in Sydney, Newcastle and Adelaide

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Sept. 5   University of Sydney, Dept. of Italian Studies: “Italian Renaissance Technologies: Praxis, Texts, Images”

Sept. 6   University of Newcastle, School of Humanities and Social Science: “John Florio’s Montaigne and the End of Renaissance Humanism”

Sept. 11 Flinders University, Department of Language Studies, Italian Section, Adelaide: “Astolfo, ‘Il duca inglese’, Knight of Charlemagne and Literary Chameleon”

More details on Michael and his talk (where and when) at Flinders can be found here.

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Michael Wyatt’s talks in Queensland: when, where, what

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Aug. 28 University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Faculty of Business,  Education, Law, and Arts: “Aretino in Albion: Pietro Aretino in Thomas Nashe’s Unfortunate Traveler

Aug. 30 University of Queensland, Brisbane, ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, Europe 1100-1800:  “Aretino in Albion: Pietro Aretino in Thomas Nashe’s Unfortunate Traveler

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Michael Wyatt’s talks in New Zealand: when, where, what

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Aug. 14  University of Auckland, School of European Languages and Literatures: “Astolfo, ‘Il duca inglese’, Literary Palimpsest

Aug. 19  University of Otago, Dunedin, Centre for the Book: “A World of Words’ in Early-Modern English Print: Language Learning, Dictionaries, Translations

Aug. 22  University of Auckland, School of Architecture and Planning + Dept. of English: “Italian Renaissance Technologies: Praxis, Texts, Images

 

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Visit by Michael Wyatt to New Zealand and Australia: 10 Aug – 3 Oct 2013

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Between August and October one of our inaugural Honorary Research Associates, Michael Wyatt, will be visiting universities in New Zealand and Australia to give lectures and seminars on a range of Renaissance topics (he is the General Editor of the forthcoming Cambridge Companion to the Italian Renaissance) as well as issues in the general field of cultural translation. When he is in New Zealand (10 – 24 August), he will be visiting Auckland and Otago. In Australia (24 Aug – 3 Oct) he will be based at the University of Melbourne and will also be giving talks at UQ, USQ, Newcastle, Sydney and Flinders. We will be putting up here the details of his visits and the topics he will be addressing so as to facilitate attendance. For further information contact Andrea Rizzi.

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