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Welcome to Italian Studies at Oxford

Italian Studies at Oxford (ISO) is an interdisciplinary network of scholars working on Italy at the University of Oxford

Established in December 2007, ISO aims to foster dialogue and collaboration among Oxford academics working in different disciplines. It co-ordinates interdisciplinary research projects and provides a forum for scholars and intellectuals, policy makers and other experts from Italy and elsewhere.

Italian Studies at Oxford is based at the European Humanities Research Centre (EHRC) at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages.
 

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Cinema Paradiso Hilary Term 2013

In collaboration with Oxford University's Italian Society, we are proud to invite you to our Italian Film evenings.

All screenings take place in the Mary Eccles room at Pembroke College, at 8pm

All films are in Italian with English subtitles:

 

Week 3

Seminar, "Rethinking what a Foreigner was in an Old Regime Society", 26th February 2013

Italian Studies at Oxford is pleased to invite you to the following seminar:

 

TUESDAY 26th FEBRUARY

 

Prof. Simona Cerutti

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

 

Rethinking what a Foreigner was in an Old Regime Society (Savoyard State, 18th century)

Seminar: "Artisans on the Move", 24th January 2013

Italian Studies at Oxford is pleased to invite you to the following seminar:

 

THURSDAY 24th JANUARY

Prof. Corine Maitte

Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée

 

Girfriend in a Coma

Italian Studies at Oxford, in collaboration with the Oxford University Italian Society,

 is pleased to invite you to the screening of

 

Girlfriend in a Coma

 

Seminar: "Italian Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy", 22 November 2012

Italian Studies at Oxford is pleased to invite you to the following seminar:

 

THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER

 

Professor Christopher Duggan

(Professor of Italian History at the University of Reading)

Italian Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini's Italy

 

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