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Il filo infinito: a journey to the roots of Europe - with Paolo Rumiz

Date:

03/24/20


Il filo infinito: a journey to the roots of Europe - with Paolo Rumiz

Born in Trieste in 1947, Paolo Rumiz is a journalist, writer and columnist. He covered several major conflicts, like the civil war in former Yugoslavia and the Nato attack on Afghanistan, and was awarded important prizes for journalism, including the Hemingway Prize for his reports from Bosnia in 1993, the Max David Prize for best Italian correspondent in 1994 and the San Vidal Prize in 2003. Alongside his activity as a war correspondent, he is also a passionate travel writer. His most recent book, Il filo infinito, explores Benedictine monasticism today, revealing it through places, voices, faces, silences, music and ventures, and giving content to the much misused formula of the “Christian roots” of Europe.

Event in English.

Free admission - booking is strongly recommended.

Information

Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Time: From 6:30 pm To 8:00 pm

Organised by : IIC

Admission : Free


Location:

IIC

1148