The Humanities Project Archive

Fascismo: Making, Thinking, and Imagining History

Overview

Event Poster
Click for PDF

A One-Day Conference

Friday, April 17, 2015
Welles Brown Room, Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Free and Open to the Public

The conference brings to our campus an interdisciplinary debate on one of the most intriguing, momentous, culturally exuberant, and highly controversial periods of Italian history. The speakers will examine major aspects of Italian Fascism from a multiplicity of perspectives including history, literature, cultural and intellectual history, political philosophy, architecture, visual-cultural studies, and film. University of Rochester faculty will contribute to the debate as session chairs and respondents.

Conference Director: Donatella Stocchi Perucchio, Modern Languages & Cultures

Sponsored by

The Humanities Project
The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
The Program of Film and Media Studies

The Department of Art and Art History
University of Rochester
and
The Central New York Humanities Corridor

Lead Painting
Lead Painting