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This year marks the 700th anniversary of the death of poet Dante Alighieri. Gather seven of your friends for an erudite talk on the life and work of this influential writer, all while sipping on drinks and enjoying scrumptious desserts - although not enough to get you into Dante's Third Circle! Your host is Fr. Albert Trudel, O.P., Assistant Professor of Classical Languages. Fr. Trudel received his doctorate from the University of Oxford in 2000, and after receiving the post-doctoral License in Mediaeval Studies in 2002, he served as a Junior Fellow at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies until 2006. Fr. Trudel's talk on the geography of Paradise in the Divine Comedy will accompany the earthly gastronomic delights with a contemplation of heavenly satisfaction."
Event to be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date. Will take place in the PFIC Board Room.