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The University of Modena, in Italy, is organizing a study symposium on Ramon Llull

Culture.  Modena,  03/05/2016

On 3rd May the University of Modena will be holding a Lullian Symposium, that is, a study session dedicated to the dissemination of the books and philosophy of Ramon Llull. The event, which is part of the events organized for Llull Year, will consist chiefly of about ten lectures on the subject of Llull given by Catalan and Italian academics, as well as a guided tour of the Estense University Library’s Llull collection in Modena.




The Theatre of the Fondazione Collegio San Carlo in Modena will be the venue for a series of short talks that aim to relate the figure of Llull to a specific area of the Humanities. They will be given by different Catalan and Italian specialists, such as Elena Pistolesi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Marta M. M. Romano (University of Palermo), Lola Badia (University of Barcelona) and Simone Sari (Centre Ramon Llull – Barcelona).

Additionally, the day will be a chance to learn more about the bequest of the Estense Library in Modena, which houses, as its most important documents, an important corpus of pseudo-Llullian alchemical texts of the first order; a testimony of Llull’s Ars amativa (Tree of Love); and two translations from the Veneto area of the Book of Wonders. These texts, which are important for the history of Italian Llullism, will be displayed for the first time in a documentary exhibition at the Estense Library.

Attached, is the full programme of the University of Modena’s Llullian symposium.

The session is part of the activities scheduled for the Llull Year on the 700th anniversary of the death of the Majorcan writer and philosopher

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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