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               Guest For  TUESDAY DECEMBER 23, 2008

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                                        GUEST:

                                           (Originally aired: 10-03-05)

     PROFESSOR  MARISTELLA De PANIZZA LORCH

           

                                Founder & President:

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     The Italian Academy of Advanced Studies in America

                                Columbia University

                                  www.italianacademy.columbia.edu  

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The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-V43jF-pkwU - DR. MAISTELLE De PANIZZA LORCH

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More about: DR. MARISTELLA De PANIZZA LORCH

 

Dr. Maristella de Panizza Lorch is the founder and president of the major institution ""The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia. The Academy was created in 1991 on the basis of a charter signed by the President of the Republic of Italy and the President of Columbia University. It was conceived as a center for advanced research, particularly in areas relating to Italian culture, science and society. It was also intended to provide a locus for collaborative projects between senior Italian and American scholars, particularly those open to interdisciplinary research. Given its international standing and its long-standing commitment to all aspects of Italian culture and society, Columbia was seen as an especially appropriate context for such a venture.
McKim Mead and White's 1927 Casa Italiana, elegantly reconstructed by Italo Rota and Sam White in 1993, is the home of the Academy. It provides an exceptional series of offices for the Academy's Fellows, as well as housing a library, to be dedicated to the history of the Italian cinema, and a magnificent theatre in Neo-Renaissance style, in which major academic, theatrical and musical events regularly take place.
www.italianacademy.columbia.edu

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About the Academy

The Italian Academy was created in 1991 on the basis of a charter signed by the President of the Republic of Italy and the President of Columbia University. It was conceived as a center for advanced research in areas relating to Italian culture, science and society. It was also intended to provide a locus for collaborative projects between senior Italian and American scholars, particularly those open to interdisciplinary research. Given its international scope and its long-standing commitment to all aspects of Italian culture and society, Columbia was seen as an especially appropriate context for such a venture.

McKim Mead and White's 1927 Casa Italiana, elegantly reconstructed by Italo Rota and Sam White in 1993, is the home of the Academy. It provides an exceptional series of offices for the Academy's Fellows, as well as housing a library and a magnificent theater, in Neo-Renaissance style, in which major academic, theatrical and musical events regularly take place. (See our Annual Report).

At the core of the work of the Academy lies its Fellowship Program. Fellowships are open to senior scholars at the post-doctoral level and above who wish to devote a semester or a full academic year to genuinely innovative work. The most advanced part of the Fellowship Program is the Academy's ongoing Project in Art and Neuroscience, in which scholars in both the humanities and the sciences work together in assessing the significance of the latest developments in genetics and the neurosciences for the humanities, and vice-versa.

The Academy also serves as the chief reference point in the United States (as well as a frequent meeting place) for all links between the worlds of higher education in Italy and the US. Furthermore, its theater, library, and other public spaces offer important locations for a variety of performances, concerts and exhibitions designed to enhance cultural relations between the Republic of Italy and the artistic, political, and academic communities of New York and the United States.

Given the preeminence of New York in the field of contemporary art, the Italian Foreign Ministry, in collaboration with the Academy, has established an annual New York Prize (Premio New York) for distinguished work in the visual arts. Its purpose is to enable two promising young Italian artists, hosted by the Academy, to spend one or two semesters working in the city.

 

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                                 Tuesday December 23, 2008

                                 10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

                 Channel 34 of the Time/Warner & Channel 82 of the RCN 
                       Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at

                                              www.mnn.org

                  NOTE: You must adjust viewing to reflect NYC time

                                          & click on channel 34 at site

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