Chris Milazzo and Megan Zagger | Jan. 23, 2013 | Notre Dame Newswire
Some may look at Dante’s “Divine Comedy” and see just a dusty trilogy of poetry written by a long-gone Florentine. But for others, Dante and his opus are immortal. For them, Dante is now.
In that spirit, Italian Studies at the University of Notre Dame and the William and Katherine Devers Program in Dante Studies in the College of Arts and Letters hosted “Dante Now!”—a series of public readings from “The Divine Comedy” with readings that occured simultaneously at various locations around campus during the fall semester.