Geoffrey Chaucer (1343–1400) was ahead of his time. Having visited Italy twice on diplomatic missions he modeled a significant number of his narratives on works by Dante, Boccaccio, and Petrarch, long before these writers were ‘discovered’ during the English Renaissance.
The Temple of Jerusalem was not only the focal point of the religious, social and political life of the ancient Israelites – it stood for the covenant between God and the chosen people, and, ultimately, between God and the entire creation.
Italian Studies lecture by Prof. Lucia Tralli on YouTube videos about make-up by young Afro-Italian women and how these videos and the topic of make-up can be used for a broader discussion on the topics of integration and race amongst the younger generations of Italian society.
The Republic of Cyprus was established in 1960. At the time the UK, as the formal imperial power, retained two Sovereign Base Areas that are officially UK territory - equivalent to 3% of the territory of Cyprus.
China is developing at fast speed leapfrogging some of the traditional stages advanced countries went through. Investments in the digital sector are changing the nature of the country, its economic perspectives, and social features. Dr.
You are invited to an exhibition curated by the graduate students of Sustainable Cultural Heritage at the Auriana Auditorium (via Pietro Roselli 16), The American University of Rome on 6th December, 6.30-8pm.