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(30th August 2014, 6:30 p.m., Tessitori Hall)





LECTURE ON TESSITORI
(4th September 2014, 6:45 p.m., Tessitori Hall)

Luigi Pio Tessitori (Udine 1887– Bikaner 1919)
An inspiring Italian story of transcultural understanding
in the name of language, archaeology and photography
by
Prof. Furio HONSELL
Mayor of the City of Udine



    Luigi Pio Tessitori, was a very talented young Italian scholar in Indology, who made a name for himself in 1909 in Europe when he published his doctoral dissertation on the Rāmacaritamānasa of Tulasī Dāsa and the Old Baiswārī (Avadhī) language. His thesis attracted the attention of Sir George Grierson, director of the Linguistic Survey of India at the time, who entrusted him with important projects on behalf of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. This brought Tessitori to India in 1914, first to Calcutta and later to Jodphur and Bīkāner, where he worked also under Sir John Marshall on behalf of the Archaeological Survey of India. Tessitori was an extremely active and dedicated researcher who fell in love deeply with India and its culture. His life was very short but extremely intense, both as a scholar and as a field researcher.

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-LA SOLITUDINE DEI NUMERI PRIMI (The solitude of Prime numbers)

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

LA SOLITUDINE DEI NUMERI PRIMI (The solitude of Prime numbers)

A prime number is a lonely thing. It can be divided only by itself or by one; it never truly fits with another. Alice and Mattia are both “primes” haunted by the childhood tragedies that mark their lives – a physical handicap due to a ski accident for >>>

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-TERRAMATTA (Terramatta)

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

TERRAMATTA (Terramatta)

Vincenzo Rabito, an illiterate Sicilian, a striking storyteller, through a blend of imaginary, musical language – neither Italian nor dialect, recounts Italian twentieth century history through thousands of dictated, tightly written, rope-bound pages, >>>

 

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