28-29 February 2008. “Shakespeare and Rome: Questioning Bodies, Geographies, and Cosmographies”. Università degli Studi Roma Tre. International conference convened by M. Del Sapio Garbero, N. Isenberg, M. Pennacchia in partnership with the European Erasmus Project ETNP “Interfacing Science, Literature, and the Humanities” (2006-2009).
24 November 2009 / 30 November 2009. “L’idea di Roma nella cultura europea”. Università degli Studi Roma Tre. CROMA international seminars convened by Maria Del Sapio Garbero.
16 December 2009. “La Roma di Shakespeare”. Università degli Studi Roma Tre. Research seminar on the occasion of the launch of the volume edited by Maria Del Sapio Garbero, Identity, Otherness and Empire in Shakespeare’s Rome, Farnham and Burlington, Ashgate, 2009.
9-10 June 2011 “Shakespeare e la nuova scienza in età early modern/ Shakespeare and the New Science in Early Modern Culture”. Università degli Studi Roma Tre. International conference in partnership with IASEMS, with launch of the volume edited by M. Del Sapio, N. Isenberg, M. Pennacchia, Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare’s Rome, Goettingen, V&R Unipress, 2009.
8 March 2013. “Shakespeare e Roma: la memoria e le sue tecnologie”. Università degli Studi Roma Tre. Seminar convened by Maria Del Sapio Garbero on the occasion of the launch of Maddalena Pennacchia’s volume, Shakespeare Intermediale. I drammi romani, Spoleto, 2012.
30 April 2014. “The Roman Plays on Screen”. International seminar convened at Roma Tre University by Maddalena Pennacchia to contribute to the Intensive Programme of Literature Abroad “Shakespeare in Rome” convened by Victoria Bladen, University of Queensland, Australia.
14 November 2014. “Joining Globes. Shakespeare e i luoghi del teatro” convened by Maria Del Sapio Garbero and Carlotta Proietti. Teatro Palladium, Università degli Studi Roma Tre (special guests: Patrick Spottiswoode, Director of Globe Education, and Gigi Proietti, Artistic Director of the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre – Rome).
7-20 April 2016. “Shakespeare 2016. Memoria di Roma“. Celebration of Shakespeare’s centenary. Partnership: Roma Capitale, Sapienza Università degli Studi, Università degli Studi di Tor Vergata, Università degli Studi Roma Tre. Awarded the Medal of the President of the Italian Republic. [programme]
9-10-14 April 2016. “Della rovina, di tempo e di bellezza. Shakespeare e il destino di Roma”. Palladium Theatre production, Università degli Studi Roma Tre. A Music, dance and drama performance inspired by the Roman Plays. Director: Luca Aversano. Scientific advice: Maria Del Sapio Garbero.
15 April 2016. “Apprehending Rome: the City in the English Mind’s Eye”. Palladium Theatre production, Università degli Studi Roma Tre. A performance reading by the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre devised and conducted by Andrew Hadfield (University of Sussex) and Patrick Spottiswoode (director of Shakespeare’s Globe Education, London).