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Seminars by Paolo Bartoloni in Melbourne, 2-8 Sept 2014

2 Sept. Swinburne University: Svevo’s “ordigni”: writing, technology and modern life in La coscienza di Zeno. (Contact Sabina Sestigiani for details)

3 Sept. RISM/IIC: Italo Svevo and James Joyce: affinities and differences. (6.30 pm, Italian Cultural Institute, 233 Domain Rd, S.Yarra)

4 Sept. Monash University: Meaningful Places and Meaningful Lives. (Contact Rita Wilson or Leah Gerber for details)

8 Sept. Melbourne University: Transcultural expression and the threshold between commercial tourism and cognitive experience. (Contact John Hajek for details)

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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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