AN INTERESTING BOOK BY PROF. BARTOLONI PRESENTED AT THE ITALIAN INSTITUTE OF CULTURE DUBLIN

In the presence of the Italian Ambassador Giovanni Adorni Braccesi and introduced by Prof. Micheal Cronin of DCU,
Paolo Bartoloni Professor of Italian of the University of Galway launched his latest book on quite an intriguing subject “Objects in Italian Life and Culture. Fiction, Migration and Artificiality”.
In this book, Paolo Bartoloni investigates four typologies—the fictional, migrant, multicultural/transnational, and the artificial—to hypothesize that the ability to treat things as partners of emotional and creative expression creates a sense of identity predicated on inclusivism, openness, care, and attention.
(In the picture above Prof. Cronin during his presentation)

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