Environmental Humanities and Italy: Four Conversations
Please join the ASU School of International Letters and Cultures, the Institute for Humanities Research, and the Environmental Humanities Initiative for this dynamic series of discussions with four innovative Italian scholars and writers grappling with questions of culture, geography, sustainability and resilience.
- “Nutty Logic: Listening to the Hazelnuts in Pavese and Fenoglio," Prof. Enrico Cesaretti, University of Virginia: January 28, 2021 @4:30pm (Zoom)
- “Bella mia, A Narrative Account of Resilience: A Conversation with Bella mia’s Author, Donatella Di Pietrantonio”: March 18, 2021 @10:30am (Zoom)
- "Fault Lines: Earthquakes, Agency, and Historical Change," Giacomo Parrinello: April 8, 2021 @10:30am (Zoom)
- “Venice's Natures: A Conversation with Serenella Iovino," Prof. Serenella Iovino, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: April 13, 2021 @4:30pm (Zoom).