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Between Heaven and Earth

Monday, November 4th at 5:00 pm

Palazzo Pepoli – Sala della Cultura

Via Castiglione 8, Bologna

Barbara Carle and Curtis Dean Smith 

present the trilingual poetic anthology 

(Classical Chinese, English and Italian)

Respondent:

Paolo Valesio

Admission is free, though seating is limited.

 

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Officina della Poesia 2019

October - December, 5:30 pm

c/o Libreria Coop Zanichelli – piazza Galvani 1/H, Bologna

 

"The Officina della poesia series is back. Organized by the Centro Studi Sara Valesio, the series is an exploration of the word in its contemporary becoming, in its inexorable complexity, with authors, books, journals, poetry and stories that break the boundaries of literature, the divisions between poetry and prose, different styles and even languages. Established by the Centro Studi Sara Valesio—CSSV, in collaboration with the Department of Classical Philology and Italian at the University of Bologna, the series is presided over by Alberto Bertoni, poet and professor at the University of Bologna, and poet and essayist Paolo Valesio."

 

 

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Roberto Chiesi Presents

Thursday, September 26th at 5:00 pm

Palazzo Pepoli – Sala della Cultura

Via Castiglione 8, Bologna

Roberto Chiesi presents his book 

Il Cinema di Ingmar Bergman

(Gremese Editore, 2018)

Respondents: 

Raffaele Milani and Paolo Valesio

As a tribute to the book, there will be

a screening of the fuversion

of Bergman's Winter light

Admission is free, though seating is limited.

 

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Officina della Traduzione 

Thursday, February 14th at 5:00 pm

San Colombano – Via Parigi 5, Bologna

 

Todd Portnowitz 

presents his book of translations 

Go Tell It to the Emperor: Selected Poems by      Pierluigi Cappello 

and his translation of Midnight in Spoleto by

Paolo Valesio

 

Respondents:
Graziella Sidoli and Paolo Valesio

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Admission is free, though seating is limited.

 

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Enlightenment and Criticism:
Foucault interpreter of Kant

Tuesday, February 7th at 5:00 pm

San Colombano – Via Parigi 5, Bologna

 

Paolo Valesio presents Carlo Galli

 

Respondents: Guglielmo Forni Rosa and Manlio Iofrida

 

 

Admission is free, though seating is limited.

 

 

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Officina della Poesia 2019

January-March, 5:30 pm

c/o Libreria Coop Zanichelli – piazza Galvani 1/H, Bologna

 

"The Officina della poesia series is back. Organized by the Centro Studi Sara Valesio, the series is an exploration of the word in its contemporary becoming, in its inexorable complexity, with authors, books, journals, poetry and stories that break the boundaries of literature, the divisions between poetry and prose, different styles and even languages. Established by the Centro Studi Sara Valesio—CSSV, in collaboration with the Department of Classical Philology and Italian at the University of Bologna, the series is presided over by Alberto Bertoni, poet and professor at the University of Bologna, and poet and essayist Paolo Valesio."

 

 

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Maurizio Cucchi Presents

Tuesday, November 13th, at 5.30 p.m.

Palazzo Fava– Palazzo delle Esposizioni                          Via Manzoni 2, Bologna


Maurizio Cucchi will presents

the latest volume of poems by Paolo Valesio

Esploratici Solitarie. Poesie 1990-2017,

Rimini: Raffaelli Editore, 2018 

 

Admission is free, though seating is limited.

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Vittorio Sgarbi Presents

Wednesday, September 26th at 5:30 p.m.

Palazzo Pepoli – Palazzo della Cultura                             Via Castiglione 8, Bologna


Vittorio Sgarbi will present his latest book

"Dal mito alla favola bella. Da Canaletto a Boldrini"

and art book by Ilaria Facci.

 

Admission is free, though seating is limited.

 

Reservations strongly recommended. Reserve your seat by emailing: centrostudisaravalesio@genusbononiae.it.

 

 

 

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Centro Studi Sara Valesio

Genus Bononiae. Musei nella città

Palazzo Fava - Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Via Manzoni 2, 40121 Bologna

 

centrostudisaravalesio@genusbononiae.it

www.paolovalesio.wordpress.com