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December 2015

The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History’: the merit ranking

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The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History’: the merit ranking (two winners)

First award: Alessandro Di Marco, “Gli uomini che fecero Lourdes. Genesi e sviluppo di una devozione di massa tra letteratura e scienza”

Second award: Samuela Marconcini, “La Casa dei catecumeni di Firenze. Storia di un’istituzione per le conversioni al cattolicesimo, tra Seicento e Settecento”

Click here to visualize the whole merit ranking.

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The Sangalli Institute will celebrate its first anniversary next 16th December 2015

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Next Wednesday, 16th December 2015, at 5.00 pm, in our headquarters located in Piazza San Firenze 3, the President Maurizio Sangalli and our scholarship owners will illustrate the achieved outcomes and the researches in progress, one year on from the inauguration of our Institute. In honour of the occasion, the chief-rabbi of Florence Joseph Levi; don Luca Mazzinghi, professor at the Facolt√† teologica dell’Italia centrale and President of Italian Biblical Association; and imam Izzeddin Elzir, President of UCOII, will be with us to present the initiative ‘Religion is served. Jews, Chistians and Muslims come together … eating’, expected for the first months of 2016. A tasting menu of Jewish, Christian and Muslim typical dishes, cooked by the students of the catering Institute ‘Aurelio Saffi’ of Florence, will follow. Download here the programme for further information.

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Orlando Furioso, 1516-2016 – Call for papers

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On the occasion of the fifth centennial of the Orlando Furioso editio princeps, which appeared in Ferrara in 1516, our Institute and the Famiglia Artistica Reggiana-Studium Regiense Foundation in Reggio Emilia, with the participation of the Centro studi Matteo Maria Boiardo in Scandiano, will organize the two-days conference “Orlando Furioso 1516-2016. New studies for the fifth centennial of the editio princeps”, Reggio Emilia-Florence 19th-20th May 2016. Download here the call for papers.

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