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Vittore Branca Center
Scholarships

2014 “VITTORE BRANCA CENTER” SCHOLARSHIP HOLDERS

Giacomo Albert - musicology - Atomtod di Giacomo Manzoni: per un contributo sul teatro musicale degli anni Sessanta

Grace Allen - early printed books - Political themes and good government in Venetian vernacular religious literature, 1500 – 1600

Guillaume Alonge - history of Venice - Ludovico di Canossa e l’ambasciata di Francia a Venezia nel primo Cinquecento

Annamaria Corea - theatre - I libretti di ballo di argomento shakespeariano fra Sette e Ottocento

Ana Lombardia Gonzalez - musicology - Antonio Vivaldi’s violin music and its impact in mid-18th century Madrid

Caterina Marras - literature - Le poesie di Diego Valeri nella corrispondenza inedita dei letterati

Marcello Proietto - early printed books - Iste cartabellus esta usus….prossessori e provenienze nelle Cinquecentine delle biblioteche della Fondazione Giorgio Cini

Claudio Rizzoni - ethnomusicology - Catalogazione di documenti audiovisivi presenti nell’archivio dell’Istituto Interculturale di Studi Musicali Comparati

Francesca Salatin - history of Venice - L’attività editoriale di Giovanni Tacuino e il contesto intellettuale veneziano

Information: centrobranca@cini.it – 041 2710253

“BENNO GEIGER” LITERARY RESEARCH GRANTS

Connected to the Benno Geiger Prize for poetic translation, the Fondazione Giorgio Cini issues every year three research grants worth euros 2,000 each, to pursue research work on Benno Geiger Literary Bequest and other literary archives held in the Fondazione libraries.

Each research grant covers one month stay (between November 2014 and April 2015) at the Vittore Branca Center and is not extensible. Research grants are aimed at graduate, PhDs and post-doc researchers who are younger than 35 on January 31, 2014.

2014 scholarship holders will be communicated in the month of September.

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

In 2011 Fondazione Giorgio Cini and Renaissance Society of America (RSA) established the Patricia H. Labalme Grant, awarding $3,000 to a selected American scholar willing to study Renaissance-related topics in Venice, working at the Vittore Branca Center for one month.

In 2014, Elizabeth Dwyer, Art History PhD student at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, was assigned the scholarship to pursue research on the topic: “Portraits and Visions in Renaissance Veneto: Titian, Moroni, Veronese”.

Info: www.rsa.org

FONDAZIONE GIORGIO CINI – ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI DANZA
PINA BAUSCH RESEARCH GRANT

In 2012 Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice and 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 2013 scholarship was assigned to Luana D’Anzi, who spent the month of October in Venice to pursue dance-related studies.

Info: teatromelodramma@cini.it