Turmoil: Instability and insecurity in the eighteenth-century Francophone text has published on 12th May 2022! Edited by Dr Síofra Pierse and SLCL alumni and PhD, Dr Emma Dunne, this is the first study to proffer a new ontology of turmoil.
Calling all film music fans: in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute and the N.I.C.E Film Festival, the UCD Foundation for Italian Studies invites you to a screening of the documentary Ennio (Giuseppe Tornatore, 2021)
This two-day, in-person conference will be devoted to exploring Proust’s influence on Irish literature and Irish themes within his work. Please send a title, 300-word abstract, and short contributor bio to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, 31 May 2022.
We have the pleasure in inviting you to a public lecture with the title 'Italy the influencer and Canadian culture', by Dr Giulia De Gasperi. Hosted by: UCD Foundation for Italian Studies (Hybrid event)
Our School is delighted to invite anyone interested in studying Modern languages (Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, German) &/or Linguistics at UCD to come chat with students online on 27th January from 6-7pm.
In the context of the Holocaust Memorial Day 2022 the Italian Institute of Culture presents the preview of “Freaks Out”, a 2021 Italian historical-fantasy drama film directed by Gabriele Mainetti. The film will be introduced by SLCL PostDoc Dr. Mara Josi.
Hear from staff translators and interpreters working for the European Commission about their career paths and what their jobs entail. This is a great opportunity to learn more about internships and graduate opportunities at the EU Commission.
Open access journal funded and edited by Bianca Cataldi (PhD candidate in Italian Studies at UCD SLCL), Lachlan Hughes (Oxford) & Claudia Dellacasa (Durham), supported by the SIS - Society for Italian Studies.