The Annual Summer School of the Irish Centre for Poetry Studies will this year focus on poetic representations of Italy and the role that Italy has played in the West’s imagination from antiquity to the present day. Programme themes include Imperium: Rome as Imagination of Ourselves; Traveller or Tourist – How to be in Italy when writing about Italy; Romantic Italies - Sex and Death with Goethe, Shelley and Byron; and Dreams and Disillusion – Contemporary Italy and Poetry. The venue is the Mater Dei Institute (DCU), Clonliffe Rd, D3, on 20-21 June.
An advance reading pack will be emailed upon notice of registration.
E-mail Michael Hinds firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on fees and to book a place.