1st LPD student meeting Thursday September 4 at 4:30pm in Villa Sassetti
La Pietra Dialogues will hold its 1st Fall 2014 student meeting this Thursday at 4:30pm in Villa Sassetti. Come to meet the La Pietra Dialogues team and to talk about ways to get involved this semester. Also on the agenda: the launch of the European Union series and the Mapping Contemporary Florence project. All creative ideas are welcome! (NYU Florence students only)
LPD Student Team Portfolio 2013-2014
Enjoy highlights from the work of the LPD student team during the 2013-2014 academic year on the LPD Student Team Portfolio 2013-2014. Thank you to all of the students who worked so hard to make the Dialogues so rich and interesting for our NYU Florence campus community and for the wider Florentine community this year. Students can submit additional work through the Tumblr page on a mobile device (or submit directly to firstname.lastname@example.org) . We look forward to continuing the Dialogue with you from your new ´homes´.
2013-2014 Student Team Highlights
This week´s 2013-2014 LPD student team highlights: Jay Saltik NYU´17 Together Dialogue: Perceptions of Self in Complex World a personal reflection on the Together: Dialogue in Complex Communities Dialogue on September 27, 2013. To learn more about the students´ conversation with Edgar Morin, Richard Sennett, Alessandro Pizzorno and Nadia Urbinati visit the event page here.
Do you want to find out more about La Pietra Dialogues? See some of the fantastic work that students who worked with us last year did? Learn about our past Dialogues? This is the place for you. We will soon be posting information about our 2014-2015 program. In the meantime, feel free to browse these pages. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date. Incoming and outgoing NYU Florence students, you can also join our network on LinkedIn to get and stay in touch.
Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo´ - New York University
Get updates and follow the events of Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo´ from New York University NY. The programs deal with literature, cinema and both political and social reflections and involve prominent Italian artists, scholars and politicians in an open dialogue with Americans on Italian life and culture. Most of the events are recorded. See them online at: www.casaitaliananyu.org.