For face-to-face meetings, advance booking is necessary.
Green passes will be checked. Please remember to bring yours!
Carols, Songs and Music
the DGOrchestra, directed by M. Cananà,
and Stefano Galati accompanying singers on the piano
Moving from London to Lecce in 1960
Former President of the Circolo Berkeley
Love at a distance
Italy seen from Russia and Kazakhstan
Sven Olov Carlsson
Former Swedish and EU diplomat
Not Completely Lost in Translation
a conversation with
Prof. Robert Marcus
Robert Marcus used to teach at the University in Lecce but then left a few years ago for Rottingdene, England.
He has an abundance of general knowledge and passions, which make him perfect as QuizMaster Extraordinaire.
In fact, Robert in his spare time has been designing and running his most artful, cunning, dastardly and riotously funny quizzes for groups in Lecce, and now in England, for a number of years.
Don't worry, none of us will have to answer questions on our own. We'll be in (virtual) groups and will be most well looked after, enriched and entertained.
on an Extraordinary Quest
Dr. Sarah-Louise Jones
Senior Fellow of the HEA, Senior Lecturer at the University of Hull
team member of the First All Female Expedition to the Geographic North Pole
1997 UK Woman of the Year Award
Prof. Keith Mason
Public Order and Social Control:
an American Police Story
Professor of Criminology and Sociology,
Consultant to the US Department
of Civil Rights
Liverpool. Basket case or loveable rogue?
Lettore at the University of Salento
A musical and sociocultural journey from the post Merseybeat years, through the economic devastation of the 1970s, Mrs. Thatcher's "managed decline" of the 1980s and the political and social turmoil that was to follow.
Friday January 22nd
at 6.30 pm (18.30)
Meeting on Zoom
Puglia in the 'Belle Époque'
Director of the post-graduate School of Archaeology, University of Salento, President of the Italian Medieval Archeological Society
with a passion for Art Nouveau