30 August 2022
International Summer School on Dante Alighieri
After the pandemic emergency, the XVI edition of the Summer School “Studi danteschi” returns to its traditional setting, two fundamental places in Dante’s life: the wonderful Italian cities of Ravenna - where he spent the last years of his poetic and human journey - and Verona, one of the most important Italian cultural centers (also) at the time. The School gives students, scholars, and lovers of Dante and of the Italian culture, the opportunity to learn more about the father of the Italian language, his work, and their universal value.
Università Cattolica, in partnership with Università degli Studi di Verona and with Centro Dantesco dei Frati Minori Conventuali - Ravenna
Simona Brambilla, Università Cattolica
Emiliano Bertin, Università Cattolica
Edoardo Ferrarini, Università di Verona
Giuseppe Ledda, Università di Bologna
Laura Pasquini, Università di Bologna
Paolo Pellegrini, Università di Verona
Students, scholars, researchers, teachers, and those with a good knowledge of the work of Dante Alighieri and of the Italian language, who are interested in the subjects of the School.
A highly qualified learning experience aimed at deepening the knowledge of the work and of the figure of Dante Alighieri, with a critical approach, and the support of an internationally qualified Faculty.
EUR 500: Full fee
Fee reduction available for university students, for alumni of the Scuola Estiva "Studi danteschi" - Università Cattolica, for Premium members of the Community Alumni - Università Cattolica