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500th anniversary of one of world’s most influential poems, Orlando Furioso

From Shakespeare to Harry Potter - this 16th-century equivalent of a box set has inspired Western culture for centuries

15 February 2016Research

Being human, in St Andrews

Photographic exhibition exploring migration to open at University

14 November 2014University news

Political corruption, hypocrisy and lies

How to deal with the guilty, by Dante.

5 May 2011Research

Rage, heresy and politics… according to Dante

St Andrews event will explore why political defeat is worse than any torture in Hell.

30 April 2010Research

Religion, sex, food and money… 700 years ago

Today's hot tabloid topics are nothing new, according to academics studying Dante.

12 March 2010Research

Bringing Dante to the people

600 year old Italian tradition to be upheld at the University of St Andrews.

9 October 2009Research

Italian Ambassador visits St Andrews

Ambassador Aragona delivers public lecture to staff and students.

7 October 2008Government

Unlocking the mysteries of cross-gender writing

Fresh research into the phenomenon of transvestism in literature will attempt to unlock the mysteries of cross-gender writing.

13 December 2007Research

Italian honours for St Andrews academics

CAPTION: Left to right, Mr Andrea Macchioni, Consul General of Italy in Scotland, Professor Peter Humfrey, His Excellently Gianchrlo Aragona, Ambassador of Italy to the U.K., Professor Ronald Ferguson. CREDIT: Peter Adamson.

23 November 2005Awards

Translating transvestites

CAPTION: 'Unicorno' by Erminia Passannanti.

6 April 2005University news