Dante Symposium November 17
This year, Italy and Europa celebrate Dante's work and TSHD won't let this occasion pass by unnoticed. Housed in a building that owns the name of the 'Sommo poeta', the School of Humanities and Digital Sciences will be hosting a half-day Symposium on Dante, his multifaceted work and its present-day implications.
In so doing, this symposium will work as a joined effort of our School's departments, trying to unravel how and what Dante means for the Human and for the Digital furthering the School's pathway and dialogue in the exploration of the Human in the Digital.
Come and join us in this hybrid event on November 17th, from 9.30-13.00. Coffee and lunch will be provided on campus. Please register by sending an e-mail to Marjet van Loo before November 12th if you want to attend on campus.
Please mention any dietary requirements.
Program, location and link will be announced later. We look forward to seeing you again!