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Stefania Gialdroni in Trento

What: PhD lecture Where: University of Trento When: 16 May 2024, 3:00 PM Thanks to the invitation of prof. Tommaso Beggio, Stefania Gialdroni will present a paper within the framework of the doctoral course in compared and European legal studies  (Corso di dottorato in studi giuridici comparati ed europei) of the University of Trento. The…

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Stefania Gialdroni and Jake Dyble in Palermo

What: Workshop “Early-modern Commercial Documents in Foreign Jurisdictions” Where: University of Palermo When: 19-20 April 2024 Stefania Gialdroni and Jake Dyble will present two papers within the framework of this workshop organized by prof. Guido Rossi. The aim of the workshop is to analyze various kinds of commercial documentation (private documents, court decisions, notarial deeds, etc.),…

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Davide Basaldella and Francesca Fusco in Warsaw

What: The contexts of Italian: language, didactics, interculturality (I contesti dell’italiano: lingua, didattica, interculturalità) Where: Uniwersytet Warszawski and Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu When: 1st Edition in Warsaw – April 18 and 19, 2024 Our two linguists, Davide Basaldella and Francesca Fusco, will soon take part in this important event with a paper entitled…

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Stefania Gialdroni and Chiara Lo Giudice on IUSTITIAM

On the 4th of April 2024 Stefania Gialdroni and Chiara Lo Giudice (project IUSTITIAM) will present a paper entitled “Places, Space, and Iconographies of Commercial Justice in the Hanseatic Cities” within the framework of the interdisciplinary conference “Legal Iconography and Legal Language” (Rechtsikonographie und Rechtssprache), which will take place in Heidelberg from 4 to 6…

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Matthias Heinz on italianisms

Next Tuesday, February 27th, at 3pm, prof. Matthias Heinz (University of Salzburg), director of the database OIM (Osservatorio degli italianismi nel mondo), will be our guest at the Department of Private Law and Critique of Law of the University of Padua to talk about the diffusion of words of Italian origin in the world. It…

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Alicia Wolff on pilgrimage routes in the Middle Ages

On Monday 19t February 2024, at 2:30pm (Rome time), Alicia Wolff, PhD student at the University of Heidelberg, will give a lecture on “Glossaries, itineraries, and treaties: Lists as the main tool for organizing, saving, and sharing knowledge in medieval pilgrimage reports”, based on her doctoral thesis. Pilgrimage routes, from Northern Europe towards Rome and Jerusalem in…

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