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Re: [BKARTS] Italian Women Renaissance Poets



For more information about the event, please contact the email addresses below, not sender.

The Friends of the Bryn Mawr College Library and the Bryn Mawr College 
Department of Italian invite you to an 
exhibition/installation/interaction 
and lecture on Italian Renaissance Women Poets

Monday, April 3, 2006
4:30 pm
Carpenter Library 21

"The Epic Romance in the Hands of Women Writers: The Case of Moderata 
Fonte,"
Valeria Finucci, Duke University

"Dialogue with Women Poets of the Italian Renaissance,"
Carol Moore, University of the Arts

And the exhibition/installation/interaction

"Lost & Found: Rediscovering Women Poets of the Italian Renaissance,"  
by 
Carol Moore
March 26-April 15, 2006
Canaday Library and the Bryn Mawr College Campus.

Valeria Finucci has written extensively on the literature of the 
Italian 
Renaissance, with particular interest in women writers and issues of 
gender. 
  Her books include The Manly Masquerade: Masculinity, Paternity and 
Castration in the Italian Renaissance  (2003), and modern editions of 
the 
works of Renaissance women writers Moderata Fonte and Giulia Bigolina.

Carol Moore is director of the MFA Programs in Ceramics, Painting and 
Sculpture at the University of the Arts, and has exhibited her work in 
China, Italy and Brazil, as well as the United States. She did a 
version of 
this installation at the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana in Venice in the 
fall 
of 2005

For additional information, contact the Bryn Mawr College Special 
Collections Department: 610-526-6576



Eric L. Pumroy
Director of Library Collections and
          Seymour Adelman Head of Special Collections
Mariam Coffin Canaday Library
Bryn Mawr College
101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA  19010-2899
610-526-5272
610-526-7480 (fax)
epumroy@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  

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