Istituto Di Cultura - Edimburgo

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The Criminal Law Protection of the Financial Interests of the EU: a Post-Brexit Scenario
The Criminal Law Protection of the Financial Interests of the EU: a Post-Brexit Scenario Mar 31 Gen 2017

Maurizio Bellacosa is Professor of Criminal Law, European Criminal Law and Environmental Criminal Law at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome. He has written extensively on corporate criminal law and public law.   Tuesday, 31st January 2017, 3-5 pm Room 01M.473 Teaching Room 13 - Doorway 3 Old Medical School, Te...

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INFLUX  by Luca Vullo
INFLUX by Luca VulloMar 14 Feb 2017

  INFLUX, documentary produced and directed by Luca Vullo. 'London has never attracted so many Italians as in the last few years. In a period when European immigration is continuously debated in politics, and after the controversial outcome of the Brexit referendum, INFLUX offers an emotional self-analysis that rev...

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‘Producing Living Countenances from Marble’: Rhetoric, Technology and Art in Trecento Italy
‘Producing Living Countenances from Marble’: Rhetoric, Technology and Art in Trecento ItalyGio 16 Feb 2017

Luca Palozzi - British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Teaching Fellow, University of Edinburgh This talk explores Italian poet and intellectual Petrarch’s remarkable involvement with, and understanding of, the technical aspects of stone carving and tomb sculpture in particular. While we traditionally conc...

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Fai bei sogni (Sweet Dreams) @ Glasgow Film Festival
"Fai bei sogni" (Sweet Dreams) @ Glasgow Film Festival Mar 21 Feb 2017 → Mer 22 Feb 2017

Glasgow Film Festival February 15-26, 2017   The Glasgow Film Festival has become one of the biggest events in the annual film calendar, screening a wide selection of UK premieres and bringing star guests to Scotland each year.   The 2017 Festival includes a screening of Marco Bellocchio’s acclaimed "Fa...

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Italian Film Festival in Scotland
Italian Film Festival in ScotlandVen 3 Mar 2017 → Ven 17 Mar 2017

March 3-17, 2017 The annual celebration of Italian cinema returns to cinemas across Scotland with a programme that mixes established names with promising newcomers, award-winners with documentaries and a few undisputed classics that have recently been restored. The early films confirmed for the 2017 event include Paolo...

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Piero Manzoni’s Artist Shit: ‘would you like to buy it?
Piero Manzoni’s Artist Shit: ‘would you like to buy it?Gio 16 Mar 2017

Lara Demore – University of Edinburgh, History of Art   This talk discusses Milan-born artist Piero Manzoni’s most (in)famous work: the Artist’s Shit. In 1961 Manzoni produced a series of ninety sealed cans containing thirty grams of his excrements and sold them at the same pay rate of the gold...

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Da Veronese a Tintoretto: Save Venice Inc. e la salvaguardia dell’arte veneziana
Da Veronese a Tintoretto: Save Venice Inc. e la salvaguardia dell’arte venezianaMar 11 Apr 2017

Thomas Dalla Costa - Universita' di Verona e Save Venice Inc. Sono passati cinquant’anni da quando, il 4 novembre 1966, un’alta marea eccezionale colpì Venezia facendo raggiungere al livello dell’acqua il picco devastante di 194 cm. I danni al patrimonio artistico e culturale, come noto, furono ...

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Fighting the World’s deadliest animal
Fighting the World’s deadliest animalMar 2 Mag 2017

Francesco Baldini – University of Glasgow (Institute of Biodiversity Animal Health and Comparative Medicine)   In 2015, malaria killed 429 000 people, mainly children under the age of five. Controlling the mosquitoes that transmit the disease is the most practical and efficient way to prevent the infection....

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