iMath: an Intelligent System to Learn Mathematics

iMath: an Intelligent System to Learn Mathematics is a project funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+, KA2 – Cooperation Partnerships in Higher Education program that aims at applying an AI-driven tool to support higher education students in improving their performances in mathematics subjects.

The iMath consortium is composed by

  • Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
  • University of Peloponnese (Greece)
  • Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (Portugal)
  • University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  • University of Malaga (Spain)
  • University of Genoa (Italy)

The project is very interesting, and we are proud to follow its evolvements.

More information on the project website https://imath.pixel-online.org/

Educazione interculturale. Scambio di esperienze delle ONG di Breslavia

Il 6 ottobre, nello spazio del club Pewexx in via Ruska 8/9, si è svolto un incontro di informazione e integrazione del personale educativo di Breslavia sui risultati del progetto “Generazioni in contatto nell’educazione interculturale”. I partecipanti al progetto si sono incontrati con i rappresentanti delle ONG di Breslavia per condividere le loro esperienze di formazione “Affrontare la diversità: gestione interculturale della classe”.

All’incontro hanno partecipato membri dell’Associazione Dante Alighieri e rappresentanti delle ONG di Breslavia: Associazione Educazione Critica, Associazione Nomada, Madri al Confine ed educatori, attivisti culturali e sociali. Il reportage fotografico è riportato di seguito.

Il progetto “Generazioni in contatto nell’educazione interculturale” (n. 2021-1-PL01-KA122-ADU-000019595) è attuato attraverso l’azione K1 di Erasmus+ – Mobilità dei discenti adulti e del personale dell’educazione degli adulti ed è cofinanziato dall’Unione Europea.

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Immaginari Mappature intangibili del reale – XXVII CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE

Laboratorio Etno-Antropologico Filologia e longue durée

Genova, 22-24 settembre 2022
Palazzo Balbi Cattaneo, via Balbi 2, Aula Magna

XXVII CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE

Immaginari Mappature intangibili del reale

Giovedì 22 settembre Ore 14 – Indirizzi di saluto

Sonia M. Barillari, Martina Di Febo

Presentazione convegno

Ore 14,30 – sessione pomeridiana

Presiede Rita Caprini

In teoria

Marcello Zanatta Università della Calabria – Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei La teoria aristotelica dell’immagine

Sonia Maura Barillari Università di Genova
Il Liber de spiritu et anima e la teoria medievale della percezione

Nicolò Pasero Università di Genova
A margine dell’episodio di Paolo e Francesca nella Commedia: la lettura e i neuroni-specchio

Martina Di Febo Università di Macerata
Praestigium
portentumphantasmata: annotazioni su una teoria del perturbante nel Medioevo

Sławomir Torbus Uniwersytet Wrocławski
La métaphore du ciel chez l’apôtre Paul dans la perspective de la théorie de la métapho- re conceptuelle

Alessandro Norsa Università di Verona-Pontificia Università Regina Apostolorum (Roma) Utilizzo dell’ipnosi come tecnica per il condizionamento di massa

Venerdì 23 settembre Ore 9,30 – sessione mattutina

Presiede Martina Di Febo

In pratica

Ester Fuoco Accademia di Belle Arti Santa Giulia Deviazioni creative: dal phigital al metaverso

Silvia D’Orazio Università di Milano
L’esperienza dello spazio nel teatro di Leopold Jessner

Aurora Caporali Università di Perugia
I giganti sulla soglia. Reale e irreale: sul confine della rappresentabilità

Izabela Mai Uniwersytet Gdański
La percezione frammentata della realtà nel Giardino delle delizie di Lech Majewski

Filippo Mollea Ceirano independent researcher
Tecniche e linguaggi espressivi nell’arte contemporanea dal ready-made agli NFT

Venerdì 23 settembre Ore 15 – sessione pomeridiana

Presiede Nicolò Pasero

Mappe reali, mappe simboliche

Federico Guariglia Università di Genova
«Per lo camin s’en va lo cunte Hue»: la geografia dell’epica franco-italiana. Alcune prospettive di ricerca

Artur Pacewicz Uniwersytet Wrocławski La Tavola di Kebes come mappa dell’anima

Mariusz Plago Uniwersytet Wrocławski
La geografia metaforica di Durazzo nei vv. VI 1-79 della Guerra civile di Lucano

Bernardino Pitocchelli Scuola Superiore Meridionale
Immaginare la Terra Santa nel Medioevo: il caso delle mappe di Matthew Paris

Sabato 24 settembre Ore 9,30 – sessione mattutina

Presiede Sonia Maura Barillari

Mappe reali, mappe simboliche

Caterina Saracco Università di Torino
San Sebastiano in area tedesca. Fonti e iconografia

Błażej Stanisławski Uniwersytet Wrocławski
Immagine(/i) di insediamento nei sobborghi traci di Costantinopoli – piani cartografici, testi scritti e risultati archeologici

Marco Francesco Dolermo Liceo Guido Parodi (Acqui Terme) – Fondazione 1563, Compagnia di San Paolo (Torino)
Immaginari a confronto. Scarti di rappresentazione tra ebrei e non ebrei nel basso Piemonte Sette-Ottocentesco

Fuori dal mondo

Elena Muzzolon Università di Padova
Oltremondi del desiderio: approssimazioni asintotiche al reale nel Medioevo di Francia

Simone Turco Università di Genova
Dimensioni extracorporee e uscite dal mondo: Arthur Machen e la catalizzazione dell’irrazionale tra positivismo e post-decadenza

Sabato 24 settembre
Ore 15 – sessione pomeridiana

Presiede Alessandro Norsa

La lente (deformante) della letteratura

Gianluca Olcese Uniwersytet Wrocławski
Walenbücher
, la fortunata serie di guide italiane alla Slesia

Chiara Italiano Università di Genova
I Rougon-Macquart: un formidabile baccanale?

Ewa Tichoniuk-Wawrowicz Uniwersytet Zielonogórski
«Gestire le idee e manipolare i sentimenti»: le opere tarde di Oriana Fallaci

Luca Peloso independent researcher
Lo stupro e l’immaginario erotico. Diario di lettura (maschile) di Dopo la violenza di Susan Brison

Il convegno ha valore di Corso di Aggiornamento per insegnanti di ogni ordine e grado, essendo SIFR-Scuola agenzia formativa accreditata presso il MUR (identificativo SOFIA 76162).
Per gli insegnanti è prevista l’autorizzazione alla partecipazione in orario di servizio. Ai partecipanti verrà rilasciato regolare attestato di partecipazione.

Direzione del corso: Martina Di Febo mdifebo68@gmail.com

Organizzazione convegno:
Sonia Maura Barillari, Martina Di Febo

Per informazioni:
Sonia Maura Barillari maurasonia.barillari@unige.it

Laboratorio Etno-Antropologico Filologia e longue durée

Genova, 22-24 settembre 2022
Palazzo Balbi Cattaneo, via Balbi 2, Aula Magna

Italian_Design_Experience – Closing event

Invitation to the final event of the blended course Italian_design_experience, sponsored by Visegrad Fund, which will be held on Saturday 24 September 2022 from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. at the Poliarte Design Academy in Ancona – Via Miano 41 a/b – and which can also be followed online at the following link:

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86721945206?pwd=WW5vcVNtNzY5aXFuN2VLMHlGYkJsdz09

The final day will feature a talk by Poliarte Scientific Committee Chairman Prof. Giordano Pierlorenzi, and a lecture on current and future trends in transportation design by Prof. Masato Inoue 

Design & Consulting and Former Nissan Advanced Studio Chief Designer.

To conclude, the presentation of attendance certificates to the 12 students from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary will be held by Mr. Antonio Rotondo, President of the Italy-Czech Republic Chamber of Commerce, who will be present with his own delegation.

 Project Abstract:

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.

Partner

Poliarte

Academy of design and fine arts

Ancona – Italy

www.poliarte.net

Since 1972 the Poliarte Academy of Fine Art and Design in Ancona, Italy, has been a centre of excellence for design and applied arts, recognised at both Italian and international level. It’s one of the very first institutions to have specialised in education in the design sector, and has immediately become both a source of inspiration and a benchmark, thanks to its teaching methodology which combines research, practical skills and innovation. Since 1972 Poliarte has organised and run courses focusing on design. From 2016, 3-year courses have been granted formal academic status – 1st level Academic Diplomas, thanks to accreditation from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research – MIUR. The courses are divided across 5 departments: Fashion Design, Visual Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design and Video-Film Design. Additionally, Poliarte offers short courses focusing on other design areas. It’s a syllabus requiring compulsory attendance, with the perfect balance between theory and practice. Theoretical, creative, design and workshop activities are undertaken with the aim of teaching students how to collaborate, how to communicate and build relationships, as well as inter-disciplinary studies across the different areas of design.

Technická univerzita v Liberci

Technical University of Liberec

Liberec – Czechia

www.tul.cz

The Technical University of Liberec – TUL – is a mid-sized progressive institution based in Liberec, which marries technical education with the wider university education system. Within six faculties and university institutes, it offers a large spectrum of qualifications in technical and scientific subjects, humanities, as well as artistic and interdisciplinary study areas. TUL has well-equipped laboratories and top-quality teams of research workers for humanities. TUL has actively participated in the creation of common European education areas and common European research areas. The Technical University of Liberec can boast excellent results in the field of science and research.

Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem

Hungarian University of Fine Arts

Budapest – Hungary

www.mke.hu

The Hungarian University of Fine Art – MKE – was the first and continues to be the most prestigious art academy in Hungary. Its traditions date back 150 years, and it represents and embodies a rich cultural heritage of which it is extremely proud, providing a home where future artists can nurture their talents and learn to navigate the art world of the 21st century. An essential element of MKE is their spirit of innovation in partnership with tradition, the diversity of which is captured in the programs ranging “from pigment to pixel”. The old and the new are not vying with each other for dominance. Rather, they form an organic collective of the experience and knowledge of successive generations who learn from and draw on one another. Education, artistic research and the sharing of knowledge are the triple pillars of MKE’s mission statement.

Krakowskie Szkoły Artystyczne

Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design

Krakow – Poland

www.ksa.edu.pl

Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design – KSA – was established 30 years ago in Krakow, the cultural capital of Poland. The School offers tuition in Polish in the following fields: Fashion Design, Interior Design, Photography, Visual Merchandising, Drama, Choreography and Pattern Making. 

KSA also offers tuition in English in Fashion, Jewellery Design and Creative and Commercial Photography.

Nearly 1000 students study at our school each year, with groups of 15-20 students on each course. KSA represents a point of reference for the whole of Poland – and abroad – for young people that want to study and train in design in the country. Thanks to the importance and reputation of KSA in Poland and its role as a catalyst for excellent design and fine art, Poliarte decide to incorporate the institution in their project.

Technická univerzita v Košiciach, Fakulta umení

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Arts

 Košice-Sever – Slovakia

www.tuke.sk

The Technical University of Košice, Slovakia – TUKE – is a public college. It plays a key role not just in the East Slovak region as the only science, research, and education centre in Slovakia, but also in Central Europe. The Faculty of Art provides higher education in architecture, design (Industrial, Innovation, Space, 2d and Visual Communication), fine art and media art, and is an active institution in the implementation of art, research and exhibition projects in Slovakia and internationally. The Department of Design is one of the three departments that make up the Faculty of Art at TUKE, and has been in operation since its establishment in 1998. TUKE students continue a long tradition of winning major awards at Slovak and international competitions, as well as taking part in renowned exhibitions both at home and abroad

IDEA

A dynamic, contemporary, and intercultural journey that explores the many different aspects of Italian design and manufacturing, which takes place in the Marche, a region that comprises all the particular features of the Italian peninsula in terms of production, fine art, history, architecture and landscape.

12 students in design and fine art from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia will attend 2-week online courses plus 2 weeks in person in Ancona to discover how the scientific and specific methodology of the Italian design process can respond to the current regional and societal needs of V4 students. 

 An innovative teaching methodology that combines research, innovation, hands-on projects and techniques to create real-life solutions that meet the contemporary needs of companies and end-users. Creative and design activities will be accompanied by additional work designed to improve collaboration, communication and relationship-building.

The Italian way of design can be integrated into the strategies and processes of local companies and artisans, translating this regional expression of the transformation of society and markets into contemporary and socially useful products and services.

History, tradition and proven methods are combined and improved with a strong innovative drive and fresh, out-of-the-box thinking.

Once back in their home countries, these young students will act as ambassadors and promoters of good design practices, introducing and influencing their network and future companies and colleagues as to how the Italian way of design can have a positive impact on their businesses.

TEAM

Fanni Dallos

Bonyhád – Hungary 1998

I always strive for being well-organized but flexible at the same time. You never know what kind of adventure, experience you are going to miss, if you are not adaptable enough. This perception is what I try to keep in my mind during my work as well.

László Bertalan Boda

Budapest – Hungary 1999

I attend the Hungarian University of Fine arts. In school I like to take a different, more manual approach to projects, which is also present in my day-to-day life. Outside of school, I still find time to draw and illustrate, to make alternative covers for my favourite musical artists, of which I also collect their albums on vinyl.

Veronika Anna Csaszar

Budapest – Hungary 1999

Creating has always been an important part of my life. I keep experimentation and exploration as the main elements of my working method, my purpose is to make my artworks as diverse as possible and find ways to be unique, current and educated.

Gabriela Semanova

Levoča – Slovakia 1999

 I’m currently studying industrial design. While designing, I try to implement nature and geometry into my products. I enjoy traveling, literature and getting to know new things.

Karin Kolesarova

​​​​​​ Košice – Slovakia 1998,

I’m student of product design and I’m interested in slovak traditions and traditional crafts. I’ve always been trying different areas of design to gain experience and use it in another projects. The most important for me is the minimalism and pure organic forms.

Stefania Suchodolinska

​​​​​​ Košice – Slovakia 1996

I am a product design student from Košice. In my work I try to combine colourful and playful design together with clean and functional properties. My designs are often inspired by humorous situations I experienced or bizarre objects I observed in everyday life.

Karolina Pabjańczyk

Bełchatów – Poland  2001 

Since I was a little girl I was interested in fashion, volleyball and history. Apart that, I’m a car enthusiast and a film lover. Currently I’m trying myself on a movie set as a costume assistant. I enjoy trying new things and I always try to be positive. 

Katarzyna Machejek

Miechów – Poland 1987

From an early age, demonstrated manual and creative skills. Student of Interior Designing on Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design. Lover of design and art. Architecture has always been my passion. In the future, she wants to combine painterliness and design in interior designing.

Weronika Różycka

Busko-Zdrój  – Poland 1996

I like challenges and I’m open to new ones, so this course is a great opportunity for me. Interior design has been my passion for many years. I’m currently studying at Cracow school of art and fashion design.

Katerina Klozova

​​​​​​Jilemnice – Czech Republic 2000

Hi, I am a student at the Technical University in Liberec, majoring in textile and clothing design. I really enjoy sublimation printing technology, pattern making and experiments with non-traditional materials for textiles and clothing. In my free time I like to play ball games and play sports with my dog.

Marketa Kozena

​​​​​​ Hradec Králové – Czech Republic 1999

I am student of fashion design and previously studied graphic design. I try to make my work with a touch to nature, because for me has nature always been full of unique inspiration and materials. My hobbies are hiking, photography and traveling, which l like to combine :).  I signed for this project, because I think its something which can affect my art and knowledge with new experiences, and I can learn something new.

Nella Meresova

​​​​​​Prague – Czech Republic 1999

I am very creative and i like art of every kind. I love trying new things. I challenge myself very often.

Italian_Design_Experience

A learning journey in contemporary design 

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.

Partner

Poliarte

Academy of design and fine arts

Ancona – Italy

www.poliarte.net

Since 1972 the Poliarte Academy of Fine Art and Design in Ancona, Italy, has been a centre of excellence for design and applied arts, recognised at both Italian and international level. It’s one of the very first institutions to have specialised in education in the design sector, and has immediately become both a source of inspiration and a benchmark, thanks to its teaching methodology which combines research, practical skills and innovation. Since 1972 Poliarte has organised and run courses focusing on design. From 2016, 3-year courses have been granted formal academic status – 1st level Academic Diplomas, thanks to accreditation from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research – MIUR. The courses are divided across 5 departments: Fashion Design, Visual Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design and Video-Film Design. Additionally, Poliarte offers short courses focusing on other design areas. It’s a syllabus requiring compulsory attendance, with the perfect balance between theory and practice. Theoretical, creative, design and workshop activities are undertaken with the aim of teaching students how to collaborate, how to communicate and build relationships, as well as inter-disciplinary studies across the different areas of design.

Technická univerzita v Liberci

Technical University of Liberec

Liberec – Czechia

www.tul.cz

The Technical University of Liberec – TUL – is a mid-sized progressive institution based in Liberec, which marries technical education with the wider university education system. Within six faculties and university institutes, it offers a large spectrum of qualifications in technical and scientific subjects, humanities, as well as artistic and interdisciplinary study areas. TUL has well-equipped laboratories and top-quality teams of research workers for humanities. TUL has actively participated in the creation of common European education areas and common European research areas. The Technical University of Liberec can boast excellent results in the field of science and research.

Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem

Hungarian University of Fine Arts

Budapest – Hungary

www.mke.hu

The Hungarian University of Fine Art – MKE – was the first and continues to be the most prestigious art academy in Hungary. Its traditions date back 150 years, and it represents and embodies a rich cultural heritage of which it is extremely proud, providing a home where future artists can nurture their talents and learn to navigate the art world of the 21st century. An essential element of MKE is their spirit of innovation in partnership with tradition, the diversity of which is captured in the programs ranging “from pigment to pixel”. The old and the new are not vying with each other for dominance. Rather, they form an organic collective of the experience and knowledge of successive generations who learn from and draw on one another. Education, artistic research and the sharing of knowledge are the triple pillars of MKE’s mission statement.

Krakowskie Szkoły Artystyczne

Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design

Krakow – Poland

www.ksa.edu.pl

Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design – KSA – was established 30 years ago in Krakow, the cultural capital of Poland. The School offers tuition in Polish in the following fields: Fashion Design, Interior Design, Photography, Visual Merchandising, Drama, Choreography and Pattern Making. 

KSA also offers tuition in English in Fashion, Jewellery Design and Creative and Commercial Photography.

Nearly 1000 students study at our school each year, with groups of 15-20 students on each course. KSA represents a point of reference for the whole of Poland – and abroad – for young people that want to study and train in design in the country. Thanks to the importance and reputation of KSA in Poland and its role as a catalyst for excellent design and fine art, Poliarte decide to incorporate the institution in their project.

Technická univerzita v Košiciach, Fakulta umení

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Arts

 Košice-Sever – Slovakia

www.tuke.sk

The Technical University of Košice, Slovakia – TUKE – is a public college. It plays a key role not just in the East Slovak region as the only science, research, and education centre in Slovakia, but also in Central Europe. The Faculty of Art provides higher education in architecture, design (Industrial, Innovation, Space, 2d and Visual Communication), fine art and media art, and is an active institution in the implementation of art, research and exhibition projects in Slovakia and internationally. The Department of Design is one of the three departments that make up the Faculty of Art at TUKE, and has been in operation since its establishment in 1998. TUKE students continue a long tradition of winning major awards at Slovak and international competitions, as well as taking part in renowned exhibitions both at home and abroad

IDEA

A dynamic, contemporary, and intercultural journey that explores the many different aspects of Italian design and manufacturing, which takes place in the Marche, a region that comprises all the particular features of the Italian peninsula in terms of production, fine art, history, architecture and landscape.

12 students in design and fine art from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia will attend 2-week online courses plus 2 weeks in person in Ancona to discover how the scientific and specific methodology of the Italian design process can respond to the current regional and societal needs of V4 students. 

 An innovative teaching methodology that combines research, innovation, hands-on projects and techniques to create real-life solutions that meet the contemporary needs of companies and end-users. Creative and design activities will be accompanied by additional work designed to improve collaboration, communication and relationship-building.

The Italian way of design can be integrated into the strategies and processes of local companies and artisans, translating this regional expression of the transformation of society and markets into contemporary and socially useful products and services.

History, tradition and proven methods are combined and improved with a strong innovative drive and fresh, out-of-the-box thinking.

Once back in their home countries, these young students will act as ambassadors and promoters of good design practices, introducing and influencing their network and future companies and colleagues as to how the Italian way of design can have a positive impact on their businesses.

TEAM

Fanni Dallos

Bonyhád – Hungary 1998

I always strive for being well-organized but flexible at the same time. You never know what kind of adventure, experience you are going to miss, if you are not adaptable enough. This perception is what I try to keep in my mind during my work as well.

László Bertalan Boda

Budapest – Hungary 1999

I attend the Hungarian University of Fine arts. In school I like to take a different, more manual approach to projects, which is also present in my day-to-day life. Outside of school, I still find time to draw and illustrate, to make alternative covers for my favourite musical artists, of which I also collect their albums on vinyl.

Veronika Anna Csaszar

Budapest – Hungary 1999

Creating has always been an important part of my life. I keep experimentation and exploration as the main elements of my working method, my purpose is to make my artworks as diverse as possible and find ways to be unique, current and educated.

Gabriela Semanova

Levoča – Slovakia 1999

 I’m currently studying industrial design. While designing, I try to implement nature and geometry into my products. I enjoy traveling, literature and getting to know new things.

Karin Kolesarova

​​​​​​ Košice – Slovakia 1998,

I’m student of product design and I’m interested in slovak traditions and traditional crafts. I’ve always been trying different areas of design to gain experience and use it in another projects. The most important for me is the minimalism and pure organic forms.

Stefania Suchodolinska

​​​​​​ Košice – Slovakia 1996

I am a product design student from Košice. In my work I try to combine colourful and playful design together with clean and functional properties. My designs are often inspired by humorous situations I experienced or bizarre objects I observed in everyday life.

Karolina Pabjańczyk

Bełchatów – Poland  2001 

Since I was a little girl I was interested in fashion, volleyball and history. Apart that, I’m a car enthusiast and a film lover. Currently I’m trying myself on a movie set as a costume assistant. I enjoy trying new things and I always try to be positive. 

Katarzyna Machejek

Miechów – Poland 1987

From an early age, demonstrated manual and creative skills. Student of Interior Designing on Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design. Lover of design and art. Architecture has always been my passion. In the future, she wants to combine painterliness and design in interior designing.

Weronika Różycka

Busko-Zdrój  – Poland 1996

I like challenges and I’m open to new ones, so this course is a great opportunity for me. Interior design has been my passion for many years. I’m currently studying at Cracow school of art and fashion design.

Katerina Klozova

​​​​​​Jilemnice – Czech Republic 2000

Hi, I am a student at the Technical University in Liberec, majoring in textile and clothing design. I really enjoy sublimation printing technology, pattern making and experiments with non-traditional materials for textiles and clothing. In my free time I like to play ball games and play sports with my dog.

Marketa Kozena

​​​​​​ Hradec Králové – Czech Republic 1999

I am student of fashion design and previously studied graphic design. I try to make my work with a touch to nature, because for me has nature always been full of unique inspiration and materials. My hobbies are hiking, photography and traveling, which l like to combine :).  I signed for this project, because I think its something which can affect my art and knowledge with new experiences, and I can learn something new.

Nella Meresova

​​​​​​Prague – Czech Republic 1999

I am very creative and i like art of every kind. I love trying new things. I challenge myself very often.

Rector Elections – University of Wrocław – June 2022

Prof. Gościwit Malinowski is one of the founding members of the Dante Alighieri Society of Wrocław. The headquarters of our committee are located in the prestigious Confucius Institute at the University of Wrocław, directed by Prof. Malinowski himself. This international collaboration is a peaceful example of scientific, cultural and economic cooperation between Europe, the Mediterranean and the East.

Here is the presentation of the programme

Good luck!

Conference inauguration: Dante’s Commedia 2019
Conference inauguration: Dante’s Commedia, 2019

Week of Italian Culture – Italy and the Mediterranean -Wrocław, June 20-25

From 20 to 25 June 2022, the Week of Italian Culture dedicated to Italy and the Mediterranean will take place as part of the international Erasmus+ project European Arts and Traditions in Italian Language Learning – Pastille, in cooperation with the Italian Cultural Institute in Krakow. On this occasion, the international conference Mediterraneo – Crocevia di racconti, 23-25 June (Thursday to Saturday) at the Institute of Classical, Mediterranean and Oriental Studies, ulica St. Jadwiga 3/4.

The programme is as follows:
Monday 20, 7 p.m.: film screening (DCF), Adam Kruk presents: Lacci, directed by Daniele Luchetti, 2020
Tuesday 21, 7.30 p.m.: Italian conversation evening (Spanish Library, ulica Szajnochy 5)
Wednesday 22, 6.30 p.m.: culinary workshop, ‘panissa and panissette’, by Prof. Sonia Barillari, chef: Jakub Emanuel Malec (Spanish Library, ulica Szajnochy 5)
Thursday 23, 7 p.m.: music and tradition, concert by Roberto Ruggeri (Spanish Library, ulica Szajnochy 5)
Friday 24, 7 p.m.: Italian literature, artistic reading by Alessandro Curti (Spanish Library, ulica Szajnochy 5)
Saturday 25, 7 p.m.: Italian photography, Genoa, gateway to the Mediterranean, photographs by Gianluca Olcese (Spanish Library, ulica Szajnochy 5)


Welcome!

Tutti gli appassionati di cultura italiana, e non solo, sono i benvenuti 🙂 🙂

Download the poster

Invitation to the 4th International Conference on Neo-Latin Cultures

Mediterraneo – Crocevia di racconti / Mediterranean – Crossroads of Stories, 23-25 June

University of Wrocław, Institute of Classical, Mediterranean and Oriental Studies, ulica St. Jadwiga 3/4, room 102.

June, 23, at 9.00

Inauguration, Oratorium Marianum, University of Wrocław, plac Uniwersytecki 1

Welcoming speech

Longue durée

  • Gianluca Olcese (Università di Wroclaw), I viaggi della lingua italiana e la continuità: il progetto European arts and traditions in Italian language learning.
  • Sonia Maura Barillari (Università di Genova), L’iter barcinonense di sant’Antonio Abate: un percorso attraverso il mediterraneo testuale, narrativo e iconografico
  • Paolo Tabacchini (Università Palacký di Olomouc), Requiem, ovvero Delle tentazioni di Antonio (Tabucchi)

Afternoon session, at 13.30

Borders

  • Ewa Tichoniuk-Wawrowicz (Università di Zielona Góra), Labirinti del Mediterraneo
  • Anna Siri, Cinzia Leone (Università di Genova), Corridoi umanitari nella prospettiva storico-antropologica. Il progetto europeo HUMCORE
  • Emilio Quadrelli (Ricercatore indipendente), La “frattura coloniale” attraverso lo sguardo e le parole dei minori richiedenti asilo del Continente africano

June, 24, at 10.00

Medieval Mediterranean

  • Sławomir Torbus (Università di Wroclaw), The references to Paul’s journey to the third heaven (2 Cor. 12:2-4) in Charles Williams’ Arthuriad
  • Błażej M. Stanisławski (Accademia Polacca delle Scienze, Istituto di Etnologia e Archeologia, Wroclaw), Rozwój struktur kościelnych i architektury sakralnej Normandii oraz południowej Italii i Sycylii w świetle aktywności rodów normańskich Grentemensil i Gérei (Lo sviluppo delle strutture ecclesiastiche e dell’architettura ecclesiastica in Normandia e nell’Italia meridionale e in Sicilia alla luce delle attività delle famiglie normanne Grentemensil e Gérei)
  • Fabrizio De Falco (Università di Bologna), Le strade che portano a Roma. Il viaggio dall’Inghilterra all’Italia: racconti, scelte e itinerari tra XII e XIII secolo
  • Simone Briano (Università di Bologna), Il Mediterraneo e gli altri: Gog e Magog dalla Siria al Medioevo europeo

Afternoon session, at 14.30

  • Elena Muzzolon (Università di Genova), Strade perdute. Viaggi estatici nel Lancelot en prose
  • Federico Guariglia (Università di Genova), Canzoni e motivi dalla Catalogna al Veneto: itinerari letterari
  • Ilona Kadys (Scuola Elementare n. 73 W. Anders), La saggezza dei proverbi nell’insegnamento della lingua italiana – dal Veneto alla Sicilia

Mediterranean and Europe, at 16.00

  • Fabio Boni (Università Pedagogica di Cracovia) e Luca Palmarini (Università Jagellonica), Il Mediterraneo tra Italia e Grecia, come rotta verso l’indipendenza della Polonia: gli appunti manoscritti del nobile polacco Zygmunt Mineyko
  • Lucia Ruggieri (Università degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Fra immagini letterarie e idee politiche: l’Europa e l’Italia attraverso le lettere di Battista Guarini
  • Renato Ricco (Liceo Classico “Pietro Colletta” – Avellino / Università di Salerno), Viaggi, lacrime e dolori su rotte mediterranee: verso una moderna edizione dei Versus de Anna sorore Didonis di Pietro da Moglio

June, 25, at 9.00

Towards the East

  • Angelo Cattaneo e Giulio Vaccaro (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Storia dell’Europa Mediterranea, Roma-Firenze), Dal Mediterraneo al Polo Artico e ritorno: il misterioso viaggio dei fratelli Zen(o)
  • Silvia Tolusso (Università degli Studi Roma Tre), L’Oriente dopo il Medioevo: notizie dalle missioni gesuitiche in Cina e Giappone in età moderna
  • Krzysztof Bekieszczuk (Università di Wroclaw), Missionaries from the Mediterranean region and their contribution to the linguistic research on Indian languages
  • Nina Budziszewska (Università di Wroclaw), L’image du surnaturel indien dans les “Voyages” d’Ibn Baṭṭūṭa

Between lands and languages, at 11.30

  • Marek Dolatowski (Università di Zielona Góra), Le isole linguistiche dei cimbri e dei mòcheni – ospiti germanofoni nel Trentino
  • Monica Mosca (Università di Wroclaw), Il pellegrinaggio di Egeria: tra terre e lingue… in movimento


Organizers: Sonia Maura Barillari, Nina Budziszewska, Ester Fuoco, Gianluca Olcese, Błażej Stanisławski

Rector of the University of Wrocław – Elections 2022

Prof. Gościwit Malinowski is one of the founding members of the Dante Alighieri Society of Wrocław. The headquarters of our committee are located in the prestigious Confucius Institute at the University of Wrocław, directed by Prof. Malinowski himself. This international collaboration is a peaceful example of scientific, cultural and economic cooperation between Europe, the Mediterranean and the East.

Here is the presentation of the programme

Good luck!

Dante opening ceremony at the University of Wroclaw, 2013

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