What Next for Italian Politics and Society?

venerdì 9 settembre 2022 17:00
AAR Lecture Room
Via Angelo Masina, 5
Rome, Italia
Balcony view of the interior of Italian parliament with politicians milling about a semicircle of desks and chairs

The landscape of Italian Parliament during a vote (photograph © Massimo Valicchia and licensed through Dreamstime)

This panel, moderated by Marla Stone, the Academy’s Andrew W. Mellon Humanities Professor, will explore contemporary Italian politics and society. It will also address current debates around citizenship, migration, and Italy’s relationship to the European Union.

Panelists include: Jason Horowitz, Rome bureau chief for the New York Times; Fred Kuwornu, filmmaker, producer, and civil rights activist; Andrea Mammone, historian of modern and contemporary Europe and professor at Royal Holloway (University of London) and Università di Roma La Sapienza; and Michela Ponzani, historian and journalist, Radiotelevisione italiana (Ria).

This event will be held in English.

This event, to be presented in person at the Academy for community members only, is closed to the public. You may, however, watch live on Zoom. Please register to watch online in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.