A virtual conversation with Carl S. Blyth, Professor of French Linguistics and Director of the Center for Open Educational Resources (OER), on the history of the language textbook in the classroom, its future, and the possibilities that OER offers to the language profession as part of a dynamic teaching-learning ecology.
Join us for the presentation of Ann Goldstein's latest translation of Elena Ferrante, In the Margins. Goldstein has translated into English all of Elena Ferrante’s books, including the New York Times bestseller, The Story of the Lost Child, which was shortlisted for the Booker International Prize. She is the translator of many prominent Italian authors, including: Amara Lakhous, Elsa Morante, Alessandro Baricco, Alessandro Piperno, Giacomo Leopardi, and Primo Levi. She will be in conversation with Europa...
Boylston Hall 110, Fong Auditorium; the event will be streamed online
As part of the ROM-STD 161 course "The Ego in Things: Fashion as a Moral Laboratory", Emanuele Coccia invites Alessandro Michele, Creative Director of Gucci, live from Italy, to discuss his poetics, the role of fashion in creation of identity, and the relationship between fashion and philosophy. The dialogue will be followed by Q&A from the audience. The conversation will be in Italian with simultaneous interpretation in English on zoom.