Monthly Archives: September 2011

Rome ‘Caput Mundi’: Curia, Cardinals and Courtesans, 1300-1590

This 10-week course kicks off this Thursday (29th September) as part of University of Edinburgh’s Open Studies programme.  I am thrilled to be teaching a course on Rome.  I first visited the city in 1976 (on my way to a … Continue reading

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A cheer for the Casa delle Traduzioni in Rome

An information-packed newsletter from the Translators’ Association of the Society of Authors just arrived in the inbox.  Among other translation-relation riches was this snippet: “23 June 2011 saw the inauguration in Rome of the Casa delle Traduzioni (‘House of Translations’). … Continue reading

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