Le mie conferenze

Lectures (on invitation)

  1. November 7, 2013: Tibet, Tucci e le storiche esplorazione del Tetto del Mondo, Incontri alla Scoperta del Tibet, Alpstation Bassano, Bassano del Grappa (Italy).
  2. June 7, 2013: Tucci scienziato, esploratore e pellegrino in Tibet /Tucci Scientist, Explorer, and Pilgrim in Tibet, International meeting, 7-8 giugno, Festival dell’Appennino, Cartiera Papale, Ascoli Piceno (Italy).
  3. May 7, 2013: Giuseppe Tucci and Its Role in the 20th Century International Relations, Università degli Studi di Catania, S. D. S. di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Ragusa Orientalia Iblæa (Ragusa)
  4. May 6, 2013: Giuseppe Tucci and Giulio Andreotti, thirty-seven years of collaboration in Asia Cultural Politics, Libreria internazionale Ubik (Ragusa Ibla).
  5. April 19, 2013: L’esploratore del Duce. Le avventure di Giuseppe Tucci e la politica italiana in Oriente da Mussolini a Andreotti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche (Milano) (other speakers Dir. Massimo de Leonardis, Prof. Riccardo Redaelli, Prof. Gianluca Pastori).
  6. February 16, 2013: Cultura e potere. La libertà di pensiero come valore fondante della società contemporanea ricordando due intellettuali italiani del Novecento: Giuseppe Tucci e Fosco Maraini [Culture and Power. Freedom of Thought as Fundamental Value of Contemporary Society Recalling Two Italian Intellectuals of Last Century: Giuseppe Tucci and Fosco Maraini], Centro Studi Cappella Orsini, Roma.
  7. November 20, 2012: L’esploratore del Duce e la politica italiana in Oriente da Mussolini a Andreotti, Biblioteca Comunale Centrale di Milano (Sormani), Milano (other speakers Dir. Guglielmo Duccoli, Dir. Aldo Pirola, Ambassador Sergio Romano).
  8. September 25, 2012: L’esploratore del Duce e la politica italiana in Oriente da Mussolini a Andreotti [Il Duce's Explorer: The Adventures of Giuseppe Tucci and Italian Policy in the Orient from Mussolini to Andreotti: With the Correspondence of Giulio Andreotti], Società Geografica Italiana, Rome (other speakers Prof. Hervé A. Cavallera, Prof. Claudio Cerreti, Beniamino Natale – Asia Correspondent for ANSA, India General Consul Shri Sanjay K. Verma). http://www.societageografica.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=706:giovedi-25-ottobre-2012-ore-18&catid=56:attivita-culturali
  9. April 24, 2010: Io pago, tu paghi, egli paga: il futuro dei modelli di business delle news [I Pay, You Pay, He pays: The Future of New Business Models for News], IJF10/ International Journalism Festival 2010, April 21-25, Perugia (Italy).
  10. April 1-5, 2009: Seminar on Journalism Ethics and Standards, IJF09/ International Journalism Festival 2009, Perugia (Italy).
  11. June 7, 2008: La politica della Cina e i diritti umani del popolo tibetano [China Politics and Tibetan Human Rights], organized by the High Shcool Francesco Stelluti in Fabriano and CARIFAC Foundation, Fabriano (Italy).
  12. Dec. 2, 2006: Web 2.0 in the South Asia Liberalized Economy: Benefits and Perils in the Interplay between State and Citizens (With Slides), European Delegation, The POROS Project EU/INDIA, European Public Law Center and the Indian Law Society (ILS) Law College, University of Pune, Pune (India).
  13. Nov. 17-19, 2006: Before and After the Coup d’Etat of King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev: History and Politics, Workshop “Teoria e pratica di ricerca sul campo [Theory and Practice of Field Study], University of Rome II “Tor Vergata”, Villa Mondragone (Rome), Italy.
  14. Oct. 7-10, 2003: A Sanskrit Letter Written by Sylvain Lévi in 1924 to Hemarâja Sarmâ, Râjguru of Nepal (with slides). I have been invited to the Colloque international Sylvain Lévi (1863-1935). Histoire sociale et érudition orientaliste, École Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), Section des Sciences Religieuses, «Maison des sciences de l’homme (MSH)», Paris (France).
  15. Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 2003: Gender and Social Inequality – Empowering Women in South Asia: The Case Study of Nepalese Women. I was invited to give a 1:15 hour keynote address of the Gender Studies section at the International Workshop on Gender and Social Change in Nepal – Political and Cultural Implications. It was organized by the Research Center on Development and International Relations (DIR), Political Science of Aalborg University (Denmark), Tribhuvan University (Kathmandu), Aarohan Theater Group Nepal, and Aalborg Theatre (Denmark), and sponsored by Aalborg University.
  16. July 13-18, 2003: A Sanskrit Letter Written by Carlo Formichi in 1933 to Hemarāja Śarmā along with Hitherto Unkown Biographical Notes (Cultural Nationalism and Internationalism in the First Half of the 20st Century: Famous Indologists Write to the Raj Guru of Nepal – no. 2) (with slides). I was invited by the Organizing Committee of the XII World Sanskrit Conference at University of Helsinki, Finland, to chair Section 12 on the History of Indology, held on Wednesday, July 16, 2003
  17. Nov. 28, 2002: Report on the Indological activity at the University of Macerata, Associazione Italiana degli Studi Sanscriti, University of Milan, Italy.
  18. Oct. 18-19, 2002: I planned and organized for the NGO Asiatica Association the international symposium Understanding Indian Women: Love, History and Studies. Guest of honour: Kapila Vatsyayan.
  19. April 29, 2002: South Asia Women: Their Role, Languages, Laws and Issues in a Historic and Contemporary Perspective. Lectures given to the undergraduate/graduate courses of Ethnolinguistics at the University IULM, Milan, Italy. (3rd and 4th lecture)
  20. April 24, 2002: Jatis and Castes, Social Rules, Languages and Extinguishing Languages in India and Nepal. Lectures given to the undergraduate/graduate courses of Ethnolinguistics at the University IULM, Milan, Italy. (1st and 2nd lecture)
  21. May 29-June 2, 2002: A New Tool for the Study of South Asian Texts: Vedabiblio (with slides), Vedic Workshop, International Association for Vedic Studies (IAVS), Leiden, Netherlands. (cancelled)
  22. May 23-26, 2002: Flowers of the Ṛgveda Hymns: The Lotus, 4th International Workshop “Pandanus 2002: Nature in Indian Literatures. Dedicated to Bernard Kölver”, Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Indian Studies, Prague (Czech Republic).
  23. Jan. 30, 2002: Hindu Women and Fascism: A Letter on Sati to Benito Mussolini. Lecture given at the “6th International Conference against Dowry, Bride-Burning and Son-Preference in India”, New Delhi, India. I was invited to chair a table of discussion on Hindu and Buddhism Reformism, and the influence of these two religions on women’s status.
  24. Oct. 26, 2001: Abhinavagupta’s Representation of the Three Worlds [with projection of original transparencies]. I organized a session titled The Vision of the World in Ancient and Medieval Indian Thinkers, 30th Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison at Madison (USA).
  25. Sept. 26, 2001: Bhaya and Abhaya: Womens’ Fear and Freedom from Fear in Hindu and Buddhist Literature. Conference on “Bhaya e abhaya: paura e liberazione dalla paura”, September 26-29, Centro Caterina Conio, Santo Stefano al Mare (Italy).
  26. Sept. 19-23, 2001: Change and Continuity of the Vedic dīkṣā in the Tantric Tradition, Institute of Oriental Philology, Dept. of Indian Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Polonia (cancelled).
  27. June 20, 2001: Vedabiblio: A Database for Modern Vedic Bibliography. Dept. of Linguistic, Literary and Philological Research, University of Macerata (Italy).
  28. Jan. 27-30, 2001: Co-organization and daily seminars of the 5th International Conference on Dowry, Bride-Burning and Son-Preference in India, India International Center (IIC), Max Müller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi (India).
  29. October 26-28, 2000: New Models in Linguistics, XXV Annual Conference of the Italian Society of Linguistics, University of Macerata (Italy).
  30. August 2000: Unknown Sanskrit Letters by Carlo Formichi and Giuseppe Tucci to the Royal Guru of Nepal: The Study of Modern Sanskrit and The Interface between Fascism and the Academic Discipline of History of Religions. XVIII Quinquennial Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Durban (South Africa). (cancelled).
  31. April 3, 2000: Over Thirty Years of Sanskrit Correspondence Between the Rajguru of Nepal, Hemraj Sarma and the Major Indologists of the 20th Century, XI World Sanskrit Conference, Turin (Italy).
  32. May 26-27, 2000: Flowers of Consciousness in Tantric Texts, 3rd International Workshop on “Pandanus 2000: Flowers, Nature, Semiotics through the Eyes of Literary Theory Indian Poetics”, Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Indian Studies, Prague, Czech Republic.
  33. Oct. 15, 1999: Report on the works related to my Chair of Sanskrit at the University of Perugia, Associazione Italiana di Studi Sanscriti, Biella (Turin, Italy).
  34. May 3, 1999: Interview on South and South-Asia women’s power and royalty for the Brasilian magazine Epoca. It was published in the article of Rodrigo Leite “Herdeiras de palanques. A’ frente de governos ou no comando da oposição, filhas e viúvas de líderes mortos violentamente assumem a liderança no continente”, in Epoca, May 3, 1999.
  35. Feb. 25, 1999:Human Rights in Western and in Eastern Countries: The Values at the Bottom of the Western and the Eastern Charts of Human Rights and the Difference of the Meaning “Human Rights” in East and West, Human Rights Abused in Name of Fighting Asian Terrorism: The Case Study of Nepal, Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente (ISIAO, ex-IsMEO) and Civica Scuola di Lingue, Milan, Italy.
  36. Feb. 17, 1999: Translating from Sanskrit into Western Languages: Early 20th Century Documents, Tribhuvan University, Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, and Central Department of Linguistics, Kirtipur (Nepal).
  37. Feb. 12, 1999: Over Thirty Years of Sanskrit Correspondence between the Raj Guru of Nepal and the Major Indologists of the 20th Century, Royal Nepal Academy, Kathmandu (Nepal).
  38. June 27, 1998: New Languages in the Computer Textual Analysis: Hindu and Buddhist Books: An Example. Seminar of the ECAI (Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative) held at the 1st International Convention of ICAS (International Convention of Asian Scholars), Noordwijkerhout (The Netherlands).
  39. June 25, 1998: Human Rights, Western Rights, Indian Women’s Rights, 1st International Conference of ICAS (International Convention of Asian Scholars), Noordwijkerhout (The Netherlands).
  40. May 20, 1998: Human Rights in Western Countries and in Asia: Their Different Nature and Interpretation, and the Difficulty of Implementation, UNICEF and Uni. of Perugia, Italy.
  41. Oct. 23, 1997: Two Academic Electronic Journals and their Scholarly Role and Diffusion, Conferenza dell’Associazione Nazionale per gli Studi Sanscriti (Bi-annual meeting of the National Association for Sanskrit Studies), Uni. of Genoa, Italy.
  42. June 6, 1997: Human Rights, Western Rights, Hindu Women Rights. Institut für Kultur und Geschichte Indiens und Tibets, Uni. of Hamburg, Germany.
  43. May 27, 1997: The Strīdharma or Laws Inherent to Women in Indian Law-books. Dept. of Asian Studies, Uni. of Strasbourg, France.
  44. Jan. 1997: Death and Life in Hindu Thought: Karman and Abhinavagupta’s Representation of the Three Worlds (with slides). I have been invited by the organizing committee to the Xth World Sanskrit Conference, and I spoke in the section Agamas and Tantras. Bangalore, India.
  45. May 10, 1996: Kashmir in Abhinavagupta’s Description of the Cosmos. In the Himalayan Symposium, Sanskrit & Indian Studies Department and Anthropology Department, Harvard University, USA.
  46. April 3, 1996: Hindu and Muslim Issues Affecting Indian Women in the USA. Hindu Students Council at M.I.T., Cambridge, USA.
  47. Feb. 19, 1996: Death and Life in Hindu Thought: Karman and Abhinavagupta’s Representation of the Three-world. Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster (PA), USA. I was in the short list for the anticipated tenure track professorship.
  48. Dec. 15, 1995: The Philosophical Schools of Kashmir in Their Historical and Religious Context. Lecture given in the graduate course “Seminar on Kashmir”, Dept. of Sanskrit & Indian Studies, Harvard, USA.
  49. Nov. 21, 1995: The International Journal of Tantric Studies and its Academic Contents. The Society of Tantric Studies, American Academy of Religion Meeting at Philadelphia, USA.
  50. Oct. 1, 1995: Stridhan, Property or Dowry Laws in Hinduism: a Millenary Problem. International Conference on Dowry and Bride-Burning in India (Sept. 30 – Oct. 1), Harvard Law School, USA.
  51. April 11, 1995: The Inherent Nature of Women. How the Hindu Law Books define Women in India: Exemplary, Restrictive and Mandatory Laws. Graduate Students Council, Dudley House Events, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University.
  52. March 30, 1995: The Custom of Satī: Its Origins, the Greek and Latin Documents, the Hindu Law. Dept. of Theology and Religious Studies, The University of Leeds, UK. I was in the shortlist for the Senior Lecturer-ship.
  53. March 25, 1995: The Quellenforschung of Dharma Texts on Sahagamana. 205th Annual Meeting of the American Oriental Society, Salt Lake City, Utah (USA). (cancelled)
  54. Dec. 12, 1994: The Philosophical Schools of Medieval Kashmir. Lecture given in the graduate course “Seminar on Kashmir”, Dept. of Sanskrit & Indian Studies, Harvard, USA.
  55. November 4, 1994: Change and Continuity of the Vedic dīkṣā in the Tantric Tradition. Panel on “Vedic Studies Today”, 23rd Annual Conference on South Asia, Center for South Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin (USA).
  56. May 13, 1994: One Birth from the Encounter between Text and Translator, and the Non-other: The Translation of the Spandasaṃdoha of Kṣemarāja. Lecture delivered during the Symposium “Translating, Translations, Translators: From India to the West”, that I planned and organized for the Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies, Harvard University. Guest of Honor: Prof. Willard Van Orman Quine (Harvard U.).
  57. April 18, 1993: The Spanda as a Distinct School within Kashmir Śivaism. 203rd Annual Meeting of the American Oriental Society, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (USA).
  58. April 10, 1993: The Unique Position of the Spanda School among the Other Schools of Kashmir Śivaism. The University of Chicago, USA. I was in the shortlist for the position of Assistant Professor (tenure track). The position was canceled for department lack of funds due to two unpredictable early and sudden retirements.
  59. March 10, 1993: Kaśmīr Śivaism and Lakulīśa-Pāśupata, Pratyabhijñā, Kula, Krama and Spanda Schools. Seminar of the Center for the Study of World Religions, Divinity School, Harvard University (2nd lecture).
  60. March 8, 1993: Kaśmīr Śivaism and Lakulīśa-Pāśupata, Pratyabhijñā, Kula, Krama and Spanda Schools. Seminar of the Center for the Study of World Religions, Divinity School, Harvard University (1st lecture).
  61. Dec. 1992: Scuola ed Università – ovvero, l’elogio della stupidità [School and University - or the Panegyric of Stupidity], American Association of Italian Teachers, Società Dante Alighieri in USA, and Consulate General of Italy in Boston, Cambridge, USA.
  62. Dec. 14, 1991: Women’s Rights (Strīdharma) in the Legal Codes of Kashmir. Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies, Harvard University, USA.
  63. Feb. 1989: The Indian and Italian Women’s Status according to Traditional Religious Laws: A Comparison. Italian Embassy Cultural Center, Advanced Course, Delhi, India.
  64. Nov. 1988: Indian Hindu Woman and Italian Woman: Past and Present Situation and Perspectives according to the Law. Delhi University, Dante Alighieri Society, and Embassy of Italy for the 25th birth anniversary of the Dante Alighieri Society in India, University of Delhi (India).
  65. May 1988: Il Sanscrito alla radice della cultura classica indiana [Sanskrit at the Root of Classical Indian Civilization]. Embassy of India and WWF, Foligno, Italy.

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