Italian Masterpieces of the Fitzwilliam Museum
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Italian Masterpieces of the Fitzwilliam Museum

 Come along to discover a corner of Italy-  in Cambridge!  History of Art PhD student Stephanie  Azzarello will give us a tour of the best  Italian paintings of the Fitzilliam  Museum. The Museum displays many  excellent pieces of art from Renaissance  artists, and particularly those from the  superlative Venetian School, such as  Titian and Veronese. When?: … Continue reading »

John Hooper presents “The Italians”
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John Hooper presents “The Italians”

  If you thought you knew everything one can know about Italy and the Italians, well: YOU WERE WRONG! Even well informed Italians can still learn a lot from just published “The Italians” by John HOOPER, Economist and Guardian/Observer correspondent from Rome. Cambridge University Italian Society is proud to host John Hooper for the presentation … Continue reading »

Interactive Workshop on the art of “Gesticulation” by Film Director Luca Vullo
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Interactive Workshop on the art of “Gesticulation” by Film Director Luca Vullo

Monday 24 February 2014, 06:30pm – 08:30pm  An invigorating and interactive workshop through the art of gesticulation, led by film director, Luca Vullo: a unique opportunity to learn how to gesticulate and ‘speak’ Italian through the particular code of body language. The director will also introduce his docu-film, La voce del corpo (www.lavocedelcorpo.com) and offer a behind-the-scenes discussion … Continue reading »

Why Berlusconi?
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Why Berlusconi?

Why do Italians vote for Berlusconi? How is it possible for his government to last for so long? As Italians abroad, each of us has been asked one of these questions at least once in the past 20 years. Two Italian historians and commentators Giovanni Orsina and Andrea Mammone, will seek to answer these and … Continue reading »