EAST OF VENICE: LA SERENISSIMA AS SEEN FROM ITS EASTERN FRONTIERS
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EAST OF VENICE: LA SERENISSIMA AS SEEN FROM ITS EASTERN FRONTIERS

EAST OF VENICE: LA SERENISSIMA AS SEEN FROM ITS EASTERN FRONTIERS

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EAST OF VENICE: LA SERENISSIMA AS SEEN FROM ITS EASTERN FRONTIERS

A panel discussion with Larry Wolff, Molly Greene, Patricia Fortini Brown, and Daphne Lappa, moderated by Konstantina Zanou
Monday, February 13, 2017, at 5:30 PM

Viewing the history of the Venetian Republic through the lens of its neighbors in the Balkans and its Mediterranean frontiers, this international panel of specialists examines the various exchanges—cultural, linguistic, and religious, among others—between the Ottoman and the Venetian worlds, between East and West.

Free and open to the public; registration required.

More information: http://italianacademy.columbia.edu/The-Millenarian-Venice

Co-presented by Carnegie Hall, Columbia University’s Department of Italian and its Italian and Mediterranean Colloquium and The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America.

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