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In Spring 2019, “Italian Week” – organized by by Dr. Saggese with the
help of the Italian faculty and the student-run Circolo Italiano – returned for a second year. A variety of
activities organized around the theme “Roma”
involved students, professors, experts, and the public. A cooking class on
Roman cuisine with Chef Renata attracted many students who prepared Roman
dishes such as spaghetti alla carbonara, penne all’amatriciana, and bucatini cacio e
pepe from scratch. In cooperation with the Department of Music, Professor Christine
Delbeau’s piano students performed music by Italian composers and music with
Italian influences, including pieces by Scarlatti, Mozart, Mendelssohn,
Martucci, Debussy and Respighi. Dr. Dilia Lopez Gydosh of the Department of
Fashion gave a lecture on “Ancient Roman Style in Contemporary Fashion” in
which she presented the origins and evolution of dress and fashion in relation
to global societies and cultures; while Dr. Bernard Frischer’s exciting
presentation on “Rome Reborn” discussed an international initiative to create a
3D reconstruction of ancient Rome in AD 320.
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