SRISS 2018

Rome 18-23 June 2018

Bando 2018

Summer School Director

Maddalena Pennacchia (Roma Tre University)

Honorary President

Maria Del Sapio Garbero (Roma Tre University)

Advisory Board 2018

Teachers 2018

SRISS Secretary 2018

  • Michela Compagnoni

SRISS Facebook Management 2018

  • Elisabetta Turchetti

 


Programme 2018

18 June (Monday)

Venue: Aula B (Via del Valco di San Paolo 19)

15.00-15.30: Registration

15.30-17.30: Inaugural Ceremony (public event)

Greetings

Luca PIETROMARCHI, Rector of Roma Tre University

Giorgio de MARCHIS, Director of the Department of LLCS

Claudio GIOVANARDI, President of the School of Humanities Philosophy and Foreign Languages

Maddalena PENNACCHIA, SRISS Director

Introduction

Maria DEL SAPIO GARBERO, Shakespeare’s Rome

Mise en espace

Carlotta PROIETTI and Stefano PATTI, Voicing Shakespeare’s Rome

Welcome Cocktail

19 June (Tuesday)

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

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Andrew HADFIELD, Political Ideas in Coriolanus

10.20-11.00: Workshop

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break

11.30-13.30: Intercultural/ Intermedial Shakespeare

Helmer HELMERS, Reimagining Shakespeare’s Rome in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam: Early Modern Cultural Mobility and Translatio Imperii

Afternoon activities

14.30-15.15: Intercultural/ Intermedial Shakespeare

Richard AMBROSINI, Coriolanus: ‘A world elsewhere’: Confronting the Other in Coriolanus and Cymbeline.

16.00-17.30: Fine Arts Walking Lecture at the Museo Centrale Montemartini

Consuelo LOLLOBRIGIDA, The Making of Ancient Roman Portrait

20 June (Wednesday)

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

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Rui CARVALHO HOMEM, Antony and Cleopatra and Renaissance Visual Culture

10.20-11.00: Workshop

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break

11.30-13.30: Intercultural/ Intermedial Shakespeare

Nicoleta CINPOES, From New to Neo-Europe: Titus Andronicus

Afternoon activities

15.30-16.30: Dedicated Guided Tour of the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre, Villa Borghese to attend the rehearsals of Molto rumore per nulla directed by Loredana Scaramella (opening night June 27th)

21 June (Thursday)

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

9.15-10.00: Lecture

Keir ELAM, The Tragical-Comical-Historical-Pastoral Cymbeline: Genre-, Gender- and Border-Crossing in Roman Britain

10.00-10.45: Workshop

10.45-11.15: Coffee Break

Afternoon activities

12.00-14.30: Fine Arts Walking Lecture

Consuelo LOLLOBRIGIDA, From Saepta Julia to Caesar’s Forum

16.00-16.30: Students’ Reading at the National Gallery of Modern Art

17.00 Performance (public event)

‘The true concord of well-tuned sounds’: Shakespeare’s Sonnets set to music by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco mise-en-scene by Paola Sarcina, with Rosaria Angotti (soprano), Tiziana Cosentino (piano), Salvatore Iermano and Giulia Sucapane (actors), Giorgio Mogavero (dancer) – Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome

22 June (Friday)

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

9.30-10.20: Lecture

Manfred PFISTER, Titus Andronicus: Two Adaptations by Heiner Müller and Julie Taymor

10.20-11.00: Workshop

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break

11.30-13.30: Intercultural/ Intermedial Shakespeare

Nicoleta CINPOES, ‘Ambition’s debt’ – Julius Caesar in Recent European Stage Productions

Afternoon activities

15.00-15.30: Lecturing in the Roman Theatre, Ostia Antica

Maddalena PENNACCHIA, Antony and Cleopatra: Introducing the Play that ‘o’erflows the measure’

15.30-16.00: Students’ Reading in the Roman Theatre

20.00 Social Dinner

23 June (Saturday)

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

9.30-10.30: Methodological Seminar

Paola FAINI, Teaching Methodologies and Tools

10.30-11.00: Coffee Break

11.00-12.30: Students’ Final Test

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