Programme 2020

for students, booking is necessary:

 at: https://forms.gle/PnksXe4krFFhhiWE9

NEXT EVENT:  May 22 at 6.30pm. ZOOM link: https//us04web.zoom.us/j/2150888465

Friday January 10th  

at   6.30 pm (18.30)

at Mediateca

(University, Studium 2000.

See Location). 

        

       “Story Telling: The Language of Photography”

 

Thomas Katan, 

Photographer

and 

Life Coach

Images are the fastest medium to relay information.

Yet not all images work. So what is it that can help or hinder telling your story through a photograph?

Friday January 24th  

at   6.30 pm (18.30)

at Jewish Musum

via Umberto 1

Lecce

        

   

"A visit to the Jewish Museum"

Fabrizio Lelli,

Professor of Hebrew Studies

and

Director of the Jewish Museum, Lecce 

Friday February 7th  

at   6.30 pm (18.30)

 at Mediateca

(University, Studium 2000.

See Location). 

 

         

 "The 3 Myths of Chinese Medicine - Exposed"

           

Teressa Canosa,

American acupuncture therapist

and

local resident

   

Wednesday May 6

at 6:30 pm (18:30) 

 

at https//us04web.zoom.us/j/2150888465

                 “Gallipoli and Sofia Stevens”

An English poet and her family in Terra d'Otranto

Nicolette James

Sussex-bred teacher, author

and 

long-term resident.
 

Friday May 22nd

at   6.30 pm (18.30)                        
at:
https//us04web.zoom.us/j/2150888465

 


"Forensic linguistics for beginners:

"For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned."
Matthew 12:37”

Thomas Christiensen,

Professor of English

and Translation Studies,

University of Salento

 

New date to be announced        

at   6.30 pm (18.30)                        
at

“Reading Lecce’s Streets”

 

Peter Byrne

Chicago-born writer

and

long-term resident

New date to be announced         

at   6.30 pm (18.30)                        
at

 

 "How to read a film: an insight into how successful films are made”  

 

James Kendell,

Film studies lecturer/director

            

          

at   6.30 pm (18.30)                        
at

 

 "Mamma! The Turks are coming!!: 

Captivity and Ransoming in

17th Century Southern Italy”  

 

Rosita D’Amora,

Professor of Turkish

and Middle Eastern Studies

            

June 5th

    

at   6.30 pm (18.30)                        
at link to be announced

 

 

"The Queen and I: interpreting for the Queen across the decades"

Maria Rosaria Buri,

professional interpreter,

Professor of Translation Studies,

University of Salento 

           

New date to be announced

at   6.30 pm (18.30)

 at Mediateca

(University, Studium 2000.

See Location). 

 


“A Literary Translator in Salento”

Aldo Magagnino,

professional  translator 

 

 

date to be announced 

Juha Jarvela, Finnish speaker

           

 

Title to be announced 

Juha Jarvela, Finnish speaker

           

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