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Variations on Dante's Inferno

Wednesday, 09.03.14
Begins at 7 PM and goes to 8:30 PM

This series is collaboration among the Walsh University Theology Division, The Jewish/Catholic Studies Institute and Lifelong Learning Academy, the Museum Studies Program, and the Canton Museum of Art with support from the Edward and Ruth Wilkof Foundation.

September 3 – Dante's Inferno: The Illustrations of Amos Nattini Exhibition Opening
(Birk Center for the Arts)
Dr. Katherine Brown, Ph.D. presents Dante's Inferno in Italian Renaissance painting. M. J. Albacete presents the Nattini prints illustrating the Inferno. Light refreshments will be served.

September 10 – The Inferno as Literature
(Barrette – C)
Dr. Michael Modarelli, Ph.D.

September 17 – The Seven Deadly Sins and the Seven Redeeming Virtues - A Discussion Part 1
(Barrette – C)
Fr. Patrick Manning, Ph.D.

September 24 – The Seven Deadly Sins and the Seven Redeeming Virtues: A Discussion – Part 2
(Barrette – C)
Fr. Patrick Manning, Ph.D.

October 1 – Music From Hell: Symphony, Opera and a Little Rock 'n Roll – An Illustrated Audio Lecture(Barrette – C)
M.J. Albacete

October 8 – Death and Beyond for Jews
(Barrette - A)
Rabbi John Spitzer, D.Min.

October 15 – Death and Beyond for Roman Catholics
(OLPH Chapel)
Dr. Andrew Kim, Ph.D.

October 22 – Death and Beyond for Others
(Barrette - C)
Fr. Patrick Manning, Ph.D.

October 29 – More Music From Hell
(Birk Center for the Arts)
Dr. Britt Cooper, Ph.D.

November 5 – A Helluva Good Play: Dramatic Encounters with the Themes of the Inferno
(Betzler Auditorium)
Dr. Mary Giffin, Ph.D.; A reception will be held following the lecture and theater performances to conclude the series.