Students & Faculty (and Friends of the Institute): 
Divine Comedy Reading Group!

Interested in reading Dante's Inferno for the first time? Or, perhaps, in rereading it at a very leisurely pace with other UVA Students and Faculty? The St. Anselm Institute for Catholic Thought invites you to join our new bi-monthly Dante Alighieri Divine Comedy Reading Group, which will meet for the first time on Friday, February 1, 2013 (1:30-2:30pm).  No prior experience or training required.  As Dante had Virgil as his guide, our group will be guided by several faculty, including William Wilson, Professor Emeritus Religious Studies; now Director, Graduate Fellows Program at the Jefferson Scholars Foundation.

When?: 2 Fridays per month, 1:30-2:30pm
First Meeting?: Friday, Feb. 1, 2013; but if you can't attend this day, then attend all or some of the other meetings. 

Feb. 1: Cantos 1-3 (pp. 26-69); (and Editor/translator Introduction)
Feb. 15: Cantos 4-8 (pp. 70-139)
March 1: Cantos 9-13 (pp. 140-217)
March 22: Cantos 14-18 (pp. 218-287)
April 5: Cantos 19-23 (pp.288-361)
April 12: Cantos 24-28 (pp.362-449)
April 26: Cantos 29-34 (pp.450-549)

Where?: UVA Central Grounds location (Monroe Hall 116)
What else?
: Free copies of the Inferno will be provided.  We'll read approximately 20-pages per meeting.

 Interested?: Contact the St. Anselm Institute (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to express your interest in joining this reading group. 

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