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The 'Hidden' Dante: Recent Studies (2008-13) on the manuscript tradition and text of the Divina Commedia'

The 'Hidden' Dante: Recent Studies (2008-13) on the manuscript tradition and text of the Divina Commedia'
121 St. Joseph St., Alumni Hall room 400
Time: Mar 13th, 4:00 pm End: Mar 13th, 6:00 pm
Interest Categories: Religion, Study of (FAS), Medieval Studies (FAS), Linguistics (FAS), Language Studies (UTM), Italian Studies (FAS), History (FAS), Historical Studies (UTM), Historical and Cultural Studies (UTSC), Digital Art/Humanities, Comparative Literature (FAS), Book History/Print Culture, 1200-1500
Lecture by Paolo Trovato, Univ. di Ferrara

Prof. Salvatore Bancheri, Emilio Goggio Chair in Italian Studies, University of Toronto, cordially invites you to a public lecture by

Prof. Paolo Trovato, Università di Ferrara
 
The 'hidden Dante': Recent studies (2008-2013) on the manuscript tradition and text of the Divina Commedia

 
Thursday, March 13, 2014
4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Alumni Hall 400
121 St. Joseph Street, St. Michael’s College
University of Toronto
 
A reception to follow.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
Please RSVP at italian.studies@utoronto.ca
 
For over ten years, Professor Paolo Trovato has been coordinating a small team, whose first aim is the classification of the whole manuscript tradition of Dante's "Commedia", following neolachmannian criteria.  This lecture is dealing with more recent results obtained by his team.
 
Paolo Trovato is Full Professor of History of Italian Language at the University of Ferrara. Previously he taught Italian Linguistics and Italian Philology at the Universities of Leiden, Venice, and Salerno. He was visiting professor at the University of Provence and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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