Programme

 

4 September (Monday)

Venue: Sala Ignazio Ambrogio (Department LLCS –  Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

15.00-15.30: Registration

15.30-17.30: Inaugural Cerimony – (Public Event)

Greetings

Maria Francesca RENZI, Vice-Rector
Luca PIETROMARCHI, Director of the Department of LLCS

Maria DEL SAPIO GARBERO, Shakespeare’s Rome: Introductory Remarks
Masolino d’AMICO (theatre critic) in conversation with Daniele SALVO (theatre director) on Julius Caesar in performance

Welcome Cocktail

 

 5 September (Tuesday)

Venue: Sala Ignazio Ambrogio (Department LLCS –  Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Coppélia KAHN, Time Travel: Temporalities in Shakespeare’s Roman Plays

10.20-11.00: Workshop

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break (at ‘That Shakespearean Rome’)

11.30-13.30: Film screening

Maddalena PENNACCHIA, Stage/Screen Shakespeare: The Globe on Screen, Julius Caesar

Afternoon activities

15.30-17.00: Walking Lecture at the Imperial Fora

Maurizio GARGANO and Giorgio ORTOLANI, Shakespeare Meets Architecture and Ancient Rome

17.00-17.30: Students’ Reading of Julius Caesar

 

6 September (Wednesday)

Venue: Sala Ignazio Ambrogio (Department LLCS –  Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Rosanna CAMERLINGO, Which Empire? Shakespeare, Machiavelli and Elizabeth

10.20-11.00: Workshop

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break (at ‘A Place Calling Itself Rome’)

11.30-13.30: Film Screening

Nathalie VIENNE-GUERRIN, Titus Andronicus on Screen

Afternoon activities

15.30-17.00: Fine Arts Lecture at the Museo Centrale Montemartini

Consuelo LOLLOBRIGIDA, The Making of Ancient Roman Portrait

17.00-17.30: Students’ Reading of Titus Andronicus

Evening event

20.00: Dedicated Guided Tour of the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre, Villa Borghese

21.00: Il Mercante di Venezia at the Globe

 

7 September (Thursday)

Venue: Sala Ignazio Ambrogio (Department LLCS –  Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Lisa HOPKINS, Rara avis: Bird Imagery in Shakespeare’s Rome

10.20-11.00: Workshop

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break (at ‘That Shakespearean Rome’)

11.30-13.30: Film Screening

Nathalie VIENNE-GUERRIN, Coriolanus on Screen

Afternoon activities

15.30-17.00: Methodological Seminar on Interdisciplinarity and CLIL Activities for Philosophy

Maria Teresa TOSETTO (Virgilio Classical Lyceum, Rome),Camels in their war‘: Domination, Freedom, Justice

17.00-17.30: Students’ Reading of Coriolanus

Evening event

21.30: Lucrezia (dramatic reading by Ferdinando Ceriani with Giulia Rupi and Giovanni Anzaldo) at the Arciliuto Theatre (P.zza di Montevecchio 5) – (Public Event)

 

 8 September (Friday)

Venue: Sala Ignazio Ambrogio (Department LLCS –  Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Keir ELAM, ‘Cleopatra a gipsy’

10.20-11.00: Workshop 

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break (at ‘A Place Calling Itself Rome’)

11.30-13.30: Film Screening

Maddalena PENNACCHIA, Stage/Screen Shakespeare: The Globe on Screen, Antony and Cleopatra

Afternoon activities

15.30-17.00: Walking Lecture at Ostia Antica

Giorgio ORTOLANI, Rome and Shakespeare Overseas

17.00-17.30: Students’ Reading of Antony and Cleopatra

20.00: Social Dinner

 

9 September (Saturday)

Venue: Sala Ignazio Ambrogio (Department LLCS –  Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

9.30-11.00: Round Table on Shakespeare’s Rome Current Research – (Public Event)

Domenico LOVASCIO (Chair, University of Genova), Nicoleta CINPOES (University of Worcester), Gilberta GOLINELLI (University of Bologna), Giulia RUPI (actress)

11.00-11.15: Coffee Break (at ‘A Place Calling Itself Rome’)

11.15-11.30: Concluding Remarks

11.30- 13.00: Students’ Final Test

 

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