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January 2020

‘Religions and Citizenship’: I° course on the civil values for Islamic spiritual guides, Florence 25th January-29th February 2020

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The new course ‘Training to know, knowing to live together. Religions and citizenship’ is about to start: addressed to the Islamic spiritual guides in order to contribute to their formation at our constitutional values and at the history of the Italian civilization and culture, together with the knowledge of the basis and history of Judaism and Christianity, the course is organized by our Institute in collaboration with the Union of the Islamic Communities in Italy, with the financial support of the Cassa di risparmio di Firenze Foundation and under the auspices of Regione Toscana and the Municipality of Florence. The inauguration will be hosted by the Presidency of the Regional Council at the Sala del Gonfalone, Palazzo del Pegaso, in Florence, starting from 10.00 a.m. on Saturday 25th January 2020. During the inauguration Alessandro Vanoli, historian and writer, who has studied the relations among Judaism, Christianity and Islam in the Mediterranean area, will give a lectio magistralis. Download here for more details.

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‘The Archives of the Holy See’: I° Winter Workshop, Rome 20th-24th January 2020

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From Monday 20th to Friday 24th January 2020 the first winter workshop organized by our Institute in order to facilitate a deepen knowledge of the archives of the Holy See and of the documents preserved therein will take place in Rome, at the Sala Erba inside the Barnabite complex of S. Carlo ai Catinari. The lectures will be held by professors Gianfranco Armando, Benedetta Borello, Giorgio Caravale, Giovanni Pizzorusso and Vitale Zanchettin. The workshops on the documents will be entrusted to Dr. Matteo Binasco and Dr. Giuseppe Mrozek. And there will be guided tours to the following archives: Apostolico Vaticano; Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith; Vicariate of Rome; de Propaganda Fide and Fabbrica di San Pietro. A new occasion addressed to young and older scholars of various disciplines in order to support the historical research and the enhancement of the ecclesiastical documentary heritage. Download here the inauguration poster.

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