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Scholarships

THE VITTORE BRANCA CENTER SCHOLARSHIPS WERE AWARDED TO:

Elia Corazza
Research topic: Respighi, Ballets Russes and the birth of “neoclassical style”

Ilaria Gariboldi
Research topic: Luigi Squarzina and his political drama

Giulia Giovani
Research topic: Antonio Vivaldi’s cantate and serenate: an analytical filing project

Anastasia Kanellopoulou
Research topic: Venetian painting in the first half of 14th century

Fanny Kieffer
Research topic: Fabio Paolini (1535-1605) and Venetian culture at the end of 16th century

Ilario Manfredini
Research topic: Diplomatic relations among Turin, Venice and Rome and the issue of precedence to the Empire

Marida Rizzuti
Research topic: Works by Alberto Bruni Tedeschi

Valeria Giulia Adriana Tavazzi
Research topic: Images of melodrama in 18th century Venice

Elisabetta Trincherini
Research topic: The Botta Bequest

Each candidate will receive a personal response by the Giorgio Cini Foundation in these days.

For inquiries please write to: centrobranca@cini.it

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THE FIRST SCHOLARSHIP DEDICATED TO PINA BAUSCH, CREATED BY FONDAZIONE GIORGIO CINI AND ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI DANZA, ROME WAS ASSIGNED

The Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice and the Accademia Nazionale di Danza, Rome created a scholarship dedicated to Pina Bausch, honorary Director of the Accademia: such scholarship is aimed at allowing a dance student at the Accademia, selected by curriculum and research project, to spend one month in Venice, studying at the Study Centre for Documentary Research into European Theatre and Opera at the Fondazione.

The first scholarship was assigned to Michela Gentili, who graduated in choreographic studies at the Accademia. She will spend one month in Venice, at the Vittore Branca Center, in order to work on the research project: Venice: between East and West in the Fondazione Giorgio Cini libraries and archives.

for more information: teatromelodramma@cini.it

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ICCG SCHOLARSHIPS FOR PHDS OR POST-DOC

The “International Center for Climate Governance” (ICCG) – think tank working on climate change governance – selected two researchers who will collaborate with the Center in the next six months: Patrick Ward (Purdue University, USA) and Ekaterina Zelenovskaya (Ajou University, Corea). The “International Center for Climate Governance” (ICCG) is a joint initiative of the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, which focuses its research activities on the design of climate policy and related governing institutions. Researchers working at ICCG encompass climate change policy experts, representatives of national and international institutions, environmental NGOs, aiming to study and promote the development of future global policies of climate control.

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RENAISSANCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA – GIORGIO CINI FOUNDATION
PATRICIA H. LABALME RESEARCH GRANT

The Renaissance Society of America and the Centro Vittore Branca are pleased to establish the Patricia H. Labalme Grant, to support American scholars willing to study Renaissance-related topics in Venice. The Renaissance Society of America will award $3,000 to the selected scholar to spend one month in the Vittore Branca Center Residence to conduct research in Venice.

In 2012, the scholarship was assigned to Jesse Howell, who worked on the research topic: The Ragusa Road: Mobility and Encounter in the Ottoman Balkans (1430-1700).

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