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April 21, 2017

Italian Lecture “Both Known and Unknown: How it So Happened that Galileo Galilei Never Said: “And Yet It Moves!”

Italian Lecture “Both Known and Unknown: How it So Happened that Galileo Galilei Never Said: “And Yet It Moves!”

Speaker: Rosangela Libertini, Associate Professor of Italian Language.


Karazin University has held the public lecture “Both Known and Unknown: How it So Happened that Galileo Galilei Never Said: “And Yet It Moves!”” organized on the initiative of the Department of Romance Philology and Translation of the School of Foreign Languages and the Ukrainian-Italian Academic Center.

The lecture was given by Rosangela Libertini, the associate professor of Italian at the Department of Foreign Languages of the School of Education of Catholic University in Ruzomberok (Slovakia).

The event was conducted in Italian with interpretation provided.

Video recording of the lecture:

In February 2017, another joint successful project of the Department of Romance Philology and Translation of the School of Foreign Languages and the Ukrainian-Italian Academic Center was a public lecture “Italian Language in Cinematograph” given by the Full Professor of Italian Linguistics from Gabriele D’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Antonio Sorella.

If you are interested in such events, please visit the library of the School of Foreign Languages on its YouTube Channel. In particular, you can also visit the School’s playlists: “Teaching Methods Workshops in Foreign Languages” and “Teaching Methods Workshop of the School of Foreign Languages”.