Join us January 30-31, 2014, for talks on contemporary cultural adaptations of Dante and his influence on the arts and other cultures.
Location: Harrison Small Auditorium, in the basement of the Special Collections Library.
Thursday, January 30
4 pm: "From Dante to Dan Brown"
Panelists: Mark Parker, English, James Madison University; Deborah Parker, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, UVA
5-6 pm: Film Screening
6-7 pm: Reception
Friday, January 31
10-11 am: "New Media, New Audiences"
Panelists: Duane Osheim, History, UVA; Sarah Annuziato, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, UVA; Peter Hufnagel, Dean of Faculty, Miller School
11:15-11:30 am: Coffee Break
11:30-12:45 pm: "Textuality and History"
Panelists: Bill Wilson, Religious Studies, UVA; Ahmed H. al-Rahim, Religious Studies, UVA; Paul Barolsky, Art, UVA
12:45-2 pm: Lunch Break
2-3:15 pm: "New Media, New Audiences"
Panelists: Paul Cantor, English, UVA; Bernadette Luciano, European Studies, University of Auckland; Adrienne Ward, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese