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“Nuova Mente: l’ispirazione classica e l’immortale nella poesia di Filippo Salvatore”, presentation and dialogue with the author

Date:

01/27/2020


“Nuova Mente: l’ispirazione classica e l’immortale nella poesia di Filippo Salvatore”, presentation and dialogue with the author

The Italian Cultural Institute of Montreal is pleased to present the latest and refined collection of poems by Filippo Salvatore, entitled Nuova Mente (Vasto, Q Edizioni, 2018). Francesco D’Arelli, Director of the Italian Cultural Institute and Claudio Antonelli, writer and journalist, will present his work and a discussion with the author, Filippo Salvatore.

Monday, January 27th 2020, 6pm
Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Montréal
1200 Av. du Dr Penfield, Montréal
Presentation and dialogue with the author in Italian

Filippo Salvatore's poetry amazes with its breadth of interests, again backed by a past thought. A poem that reflects the precariousness of human existence and which makes the journey more and experience of knowledge, and love, spiritual and carnal, its inexhaustible sources, so as to ensure continuous renewal of human life. A poem that sings with the most refined and refined voice of the Italian language, continually referring to Ovid, Lucrezio, Dante, Leopardi ... A poem in the perennial search for immortality, which human consciousness can push itself to imagine in a timeless elsewhere and still kept and hidden.

Filippo Salvatore (BA McGill, MA, Ph.D. Harvard,) is professor emeritus of Italian and Canadian studies at Concordia University in Montreal. Poet, playwright, essay writer, journalist, columnist of the weekly Il Cittadino Canadese and also editor of the magazine PanoramItalia and of the newspaper on line Newsitaliapress. He is currently a columnist for the newspaper online Qui Quotidiano. Previously he was President of the Harvard Club of Québec, Vice President of the Associazione Italiana Scrittori/Canadian Association, Vice President of the Congresso Italiano/canadese, President of the APIQ (Associazione dei Professori di italiano del Québec), board member of AIPI (Associazione Internazionale dei Professori di Italiano), board member of the French Language of Québec, city of Montréal councilor for the district of Loyola, President of the Federazione delle Associazioni Abruzzo of Québec, member of the CoMItES (Comitato degli Italiani all’Estero, Québec and province marittime). He was President of the Società Dante Alighieri Comitato of Montréal, and he is currently member of the Board of Directors of the Centro di Studi Canadesi (Udine University), Visiting Professor at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada), University of Varsavia (Polonia), University of Udine (Italia).

Author of about 40 scientific articles on literature, politics, cinema, published in Canada, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Italy, Romania, United States and over 600 (six hundred) editorials and newspaper articles. Filippo Salvatore he is also the author of books: Tufo e Gramigna/ Suns of Darkness, La Fresque de Mussolini, Tra Molise e Canada, Ancient Memories/ Modern Identities, Italian Roots in Contemporary Canadian Authors, Le Fascisme et les Italiens à Montreal, Le Cinéma de Paul Tana, parcours critique (con Anna Gural), Liborio Lattoni’s Carmina Cordis, Referendum 1995 nel Québec, Breve Storia Illustrata d’Italia/ A Short Illustrated History of Italy (1815-2011), Terre e Infiniti (Histonium poetry award). And also author of the Scienza e Umanità, Civiltà ideologia, Antichi e Moderni in Italia nel Seicento. In 2003 he was made a “Cavaliere” of the Italian Republic by President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.

Information

Date: Monday, January 27, 2020

Time: At 6:00 pm

Organized by : Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Montréal

Entrance : Free


Location:

Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Montréal 1200, Ave

1346