Video-taped Lectures

Posted by on Sunday, August 26, 2018 in News.

Zoom Lectures 2020-21

 

*“Dante and East Asia: The Apophatic Connection,” PLENARY ADDRESS for Symposium: “Afterlives: Dante in Dialogue with East Asian Buddhism,” UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS), November 13, 2021

link to video-taped session, Franke lecture approximately 1:30 – 2:15

 

“Transcendence, Immanence, and Transdescendence in Modern Art from Dante to Mallarmé,” JIS (Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies) International Symposium: “The Arts & Transcendence: In Search of Beauty, Truth & Goodness,”  Pasadena, California, October 17, 2021 (remote)

 

Vita nuova: The New Life for Poetic Language as Theological Revelation in a Modern Secular Key,” International Conference “La modernità di Dante,”  Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain, October 15, 2021

Franke lecture approximately 1:00 – 1:35

“Dante’s Relevance to and Impact on Postmodern Thought”, Colloque International: “La mondialisation de Dante”, Société française de littérature générale et comparée, University of Lorraine, Nancy, France, October 7-8, 2021

Franke lecture during minutes 49:00 – 1:24

intervention 22:00 – 25:00

 

*“Self-reflection and the Other in Dante’s Paradiso” FEATURED SPEAKER for the Dante Salon at 2021 Psychology and the Other Conference, Boston College, September 17, 2021

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link to video-taped session  Franke lecture starts at 36:30

 

Videotaped talk – Apophatic Thinking and its Applications: Between Explosion and Exhaustion, MTN (Mystical Theology Network) + Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion Conference, “Thinking about Nothing,” Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK, July 14, 2021

 

Video in Italian on Dante’s Paradiso and the Theological Origins of Modern Thought: Conversation with Francesco Giusti

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Video of 20 conference minute presentation on why the vernacular is necessary to theological revelation in Dante – Paradiso 18. from Conference on: El diálogo de las lenguas: la emergencia del pensamiento en vernáculo (siglos XIII-XVI), Complutense University, Madrid, Spain, May 26, 2021

 

“Much Virtue in Vagueness: Premonition of the Eternal and Encountering the Other” Keynote Speech for Literary Workshop on: “Obsession with Eternity and Challenges of the Other,” Departments of Arabic and English, College of Arts, University of Anbar, Iraq May 11, 2020 (online)

Lecture starts 9:00 – 48:00

 

University of Poitiers, France (2019)

 

Taiwan, National Chi Nan University (2018)

 

Chicago, Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies (2018)

Beijing, China, World Congress of Philosophy (2018)

Brisbane, Australia, St. Francis Theological College of Charles Sturt University (2018)

University of York, England (2018)

Glasgow University, Scotland (2016)

University of Navarre, Spain (2018)

 

Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany (2017)

Oxford University, England (2017)

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Audio Recording of Oxford Poetic Prophecy Lecture, Part 1

Audio Recording of Oxford Poetic Prophecy Lecture, Part 2
Audio Recording of Oxford Poetic Prophecy Lecture, Part 3 (Questions & Answers)

Beijing, China, Capital University (2016)

Colombo, Sri Lanka (2014)

Athens, Greece, World Congress of Philosophy (2013)

University of Macao, Greater China (2014)

University of Macao, Greater China (2015)

Chicago (2017)

 

 

 

In German (auf Deutsch):

Berlin Lecture, Freie Universität, Negation und Wissen (April 4, 2019)

 

 

In French (en français) :

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