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Dr. Pacchioni speaks at the annual conference of the California Interdisciplinary Consortium for Italian Studies
This year's conference of California Interdisciplinary Consortium for Italian Studies was hosted by University of California Davis and dedicated to the theme of Italian Experiments. "Italian experiments have produced countless innovations in art, (More)
Dr. Pacchioni's new book receives award in Italy
Dr. Pacchioni's latest book, The Image of the Puppet, was awarded the Gian Antonio Cibotto Jury Prize in (More)
Article on a New Approach to Humanistic Education by President Struppa and Professor Napoletani appears on Il Corriere della Sera
President Daniele Struppa and Professor Domenico Napoletani published an innovative take on humanistic education in one of Italy's most respected newspapers, More)
Journeying to Italy through Film: Dr. Pacchioni to present at the 2021 Italian Film Festival of Minneapolis/St. Paul
Every year, the Italian Cultural Center of Minneapolis/St. Paul, in partnership with the MSP Film Society, presents a series of outstanding contemporary films with the goal of broadening the view (More)
A Vital Spring Semester is About to Start in Italian Studies
In spite of the fact that the effects of the pandemic are protracting into the spring, the Italian Studies program at Chapman University is not slowing down its (More)
Federico Fellini’s Centennial Marks a Busy Year for Dr. Pacchioni
Italian director Federico Fellini, arguably the most influential filmmaker worldwide, was born in the Adriatic town of Rimini in 1920. All around the globe, Fellini's Ce (More)
Celebrating the Vitality of Italian Poetic Language: Dr. Pacchioni's Creative Writings Anthologized
Dr. Pacchioni has been included in the new online anthology of Italian poets, Ossigeno Nascente, realized by the Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna. (More)
Dr. Pacchioni Invited to Speak on the Occasion of Federico Fellini's Centennial
Master of Imaginative Synthesis: Federico Fellini at 100 A Live Online Webinar in conjunction with the 2020 publication of Wiley Blackwell's A Companion to F (More)
Chapman Professors’ Voices Resonate in Italy, Making the Case for a Balanced Reopening of Society
Two Chapman University professors are published in one of the oldest, most prestigious publications in Italy—La Stampa. Argyros School of Business and Economics Professors, Dr. Gabriele Ca (More)
The Traditional Puppet Theatre of Italy Revived in Dr. Pacchioni’s New Book
In his new book, The Image of the Puppet, Dr. Pacchioni identifies and interprets the aesthetic and cultural significance of the different traditions of the It (More)
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