The Dominicans between Middle Ages and today

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Next Wednesday June 14th, at 5 pm, in the Salone Multimediale of Santa Maria Novella in Florence, our Institute, in collaboration with the Provincia romana di santa Caterina da Siena and other Dominicans institutions, will organize the launch of the book of our vice-president Massimo Carlo Giannini ‘I domenicani’, il Mulino, Bononia 2016. Franco Cardini and Roberto Rusconi will discuss about the historical aspects of a fundamental religious order in the history of the Church. Download here the program for more details.

‘Reforming Religions in the Modern World’: the eligible researchers

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Here is the list of the young researchers eligible to participate to the workshop ‘Reforming Religions in the Modern World. Jews, Christians, Muslims (16th-18th Centuries)’, that will take place in Florence next September 11th to 13th 2017, with the intervention of renowned Italian and foreign scholars. Click here to see the complete list.

The Church of Jorge Mario Bergoglio

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After ‘Italy and Religions’, here is the second appointment with our series ‘Religions: local and global scenarios’: next Thursday 25th May at 6 pm, in the San Firenze room of our Institute, prof. Roberto Di Stefano will give a lecture on “Religion and Politics in Argentina: some particular aspects in the history of the Church of pope Bergoglio”, in a dialogue with the Director of Toscana Oggi Andrea Fagioli. Church and politics, immigration, Peronism will be some of the topics of the lecture, in order to better understand the context in which Jorge Mario Bergoglio spent most part of his life. Download here the program.

Italy and Religions

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Next Wednesday 3rd May 2017, at 6 pm, in our Institute headquarters, two renowned scholars in socio-religious and theological studies, Paolo Naso and Brunetto Salvarani, will discuss about the numbers and the personalities of the religious confessions existing today in Italy, about pluralism and religious freedom and about the perspectives of the interreligious and intercultural dialogue, based on their ‘Reports on religions’. The conference will be moderated by the ANSA journalist Domenico Mugnaini. See here the program for more details.

“Lest I might some day appear to myself wholly and solely a mere man of words”

(Plato, Seventh Letter, 328C)

Sangalli Institute

The Sangalli Institute for the religious history and cultures is a secular and non-religious institution, addressed to the knowledge and the study of the history and the religious cultures, without distinction between any religious denomination.

It has been created thanks to the generosity of the Sangalli family from Rogno (Bergamo, Italy). The dedication is intended to honour the memory of its members, who, still alive, could express their generosity with relevant donations with charity purposes.

The Sangalli Institute was born in April 2014. Among its goals, there is the purpose to favour and promote, in Italy and abroad, the socio-religious studies both in a long-period historical perspective, in a multi and inter-disciplinary view; and in a larger cultural dimension, open to the comparison and the inter-religious dialogue.

The results of its studies will be disseminated by any possible means of communication, like seminars, congresses, conferences, lessons, publications and internet, in order to particularly support the activity of young scholars.

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