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Libero Istituto Universitario Per Stranieri in Naples - Italy - Italian Language School for foreign students

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Libero Istituto Universitario Per Stranieri
Address:Via Bernardo Cavallino, 89 ("la Cittadella")
Locality: Vomero - Arenella
Napoli (Naples)

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Seaside: 25 minutes
Railway Station: 25 minutes
Airport: 25 minutes

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On the six Saturdays, during the School, they are planned as many excursions to re-discover the natural, historical and artistic beauties of the Neapolitan and Campania territory, with a careful and versatile guide of the teachers, which introduces into the magic marine or folkloristic or medieval and Renaissance atmospheres of our land: six excursions (historical, artistic, naturist and bathing).
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XIX CIS Interdisciplinar
Locality:Naples Region:Campania
Genre: Art
from: 2 July 2022
to: 3 July 2022

XIX CISAT Interdisciplinary International Seminar of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Literature


Headquartered in Naples; and Remote (telematically); Saturday 2 - Sunday 3 July 2022


tel. 081/546 16 62 - fax 081/220 30 22 - tel. Mobile 339/285 82 43
. Org; website . Centrostudiarteterapia. Org
Seminar languages: Italian, French, English, Spanish

"On the occasion of your third interdisciplinary congress, the President of the Republic expresses his appreciation to the Italian Cultural Institute of Naples ONLUS for the cultural and social value of the event. The initiative contributes to spreading and making art therapy known in Italy, one of the new frontiers of the psychotherapeutic approach at an international level "
telegram from the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano
of 15 / VI / 2006

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Margherita Lizzini, Roberto Pasanisi (Director), Steven Carter, Massimo Cocchi, Giovanni Dotoli, Constantin Frosin in memoriam, Antonio Illiano, Pasquale Montalto, Rossano Onano, Francesco Palaia, Vincenzo Paolillo in memoriam, Vittorio Pellegrino in memoriam, Robin Philipp, Maria Rosaria Riccio, Guy Roux, Mario Selvaggio, Jean-Luc Sudres, Mario Susko, Magdalena Tyszkiewicz, Násos Vaghenás, Nguyen Van Hoan in memoriam, Wanda Żuchowicz. The CISAT Seminar has reached its nineteenth edition, or its eighteenth continuous year of life, with growing international recognition. After the success of I ("With the weapons of poetry. " Poetry, literature and art as autonomous and / or integrative therapeutic tools for today's-tomorrow psychotherapy; Naples, June 2004) - which was recognized as the first congress at such world -; up to the seventeenth century (The ways of art and creativity as tools for clinical psychology, psychotherapy and psychiatry; July 2021)): these were attended by the major specialists in the sector internationally. The Seminar, organized this year by CISAT (Centro Italiano Studii Arte-Terapia) in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute of Naples and with the "Francesco De Sanctis" Free University Institute for Foreigners (LIUPS), is electively aimed at psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, pedagogists, art therapists, writers, writers and artists. The Seminar therefore also aims to be an excellent opportunity for comparison and exchange of opinions and methodologies between specialists of different disciplines and artists, taking stock not only on the 'state of things', but also on the future prospects of' avant-garde psychotherapies ', starting, of course, with art therapy and the schools close to it. TO PROPOSE YOUR OWN REPORT TO THE SEMINAR, IT IS NECESSARY TO SEND - AS SOON AS BEFORE AND IN ANY CASE BY 15 JUNE 2022,PREFERABLY IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT - THE PROVISIONAL TITLE AND A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE 'INTERVENTION' INCLUDING HALF FOLDER AND A FOLDER, IN AN ALTERNATIVE LANGUAGE TO ITS OWN AMONG THE FOUR OF THE SEMINAR), ACCOMPANIED BY THE REGISTRATION FORM AND BY YOUR CURRICULUM, TO: . ORG; OR TO: CISAT (ITALIAN CENTER FOR ART-THERAPY STUDIES); VIA BERNARDO CAVALLINO, 89 ("THE CITADEL"); 80131 NAPLES. Https: //. Centrostudiarteterapia.
Libero Istituto Universitario Per Stranieri

The Italian Institute of Culture in Naples founded, with the consular ratification of several countries of the world, a Free University Institute for Foreigners (among the very few in Italy), managed by Roberto Pasanisi, in the metropolitan area of Naples, cultural capital of the South of Italy, with the aim of spreading the knowledge of the Italian culture and civilization, in its historical and present manifestations, from language to literature, from music to the figurative arts, from the philosophical and scientific thought to the usages and customs of the society.

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Language Art culture Italian
Region: Campania Locality: Naples
from: 1 June 2022 Duration: 4 weeks
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The Italian Cultural Institute of Naples (ICI) has existed since January 1990 and is currently directed by Roberto Pasanisi. From the beginning, in times not yet suspicious, the Institute has conceived culture in its broadest sense, that is, enlivened by profound civil and social implications: it has denounced, in the context of the program of its academic year and through its magazine "New Letters", the corruption and inefficiency of the system, the underworld and collusion between politicians, mafia and Camorra, the patronage of power; stressing, at the same time, the unavoidable need for a return to legality and a political and social life based on the sacred values ​​of ethics, culture and justice. Indeed, one of the causes of what has happened and is happening certainly lies in the abyss that has progressively dug between culture (understood in its broadest sense, and therefore also ethics) and politics: thus politics has become a pure technique. , and from there the step to making it the most sinister of business could only be short. The battle for the politics of the future will be played - will have to be played - on culture. In the course of its activity, the Institute has increasingly assumed, alongside its primary (literary and cultural) function, a civil function, a place for debate and aggregation of what is now called 'civil society'; political laboratory, in the etymological sense of the term (idest as 'citizen science'), but always super partes (indeed: contra partes). In fact, the Institute operates, unlike other prestigious city structures, not from above, but in direct contact with the city, with the people, trying to give an answer, from a cultural point of view, to their needs and their need for civil and social points of reference. To this end, it arises from a point of view of mutual and fruitful collaboration with other cultural and social associations and bodies. The Institute, marked by the criteria of an authentic and unconditional democracy and close, on the ideological level, to the Philosophical School of Frankfurt (Adorno, Marcuse, Löwenthal, Fromm, Horkheimer), is characterized by the greatest and indiscriminate openness, beyond and beyond any ideological barrier, except two: those of honesty - intellectual and moral - and good will. The Italian Cultural Institute of Naples (ICI) publishes the international poetry and literature magazine "Nuove Lettere", its telematic version "Nuove Lettere Elettroniche" (NLE) and, in the context of ICI Edizioni, five editorial series, both paper and electronic (poetry, fiction and non-fiction); organizes the "Literature" Prize for poetry, fiction, non-fiction and a training course in Creative Writing, on site (CSC) and at a distance (LESC). It includes three sectors: CISAT (Centro Italiano Studî Arte-Terapia), which carries out psychotherapy, research, teaching and training activities in the field of Art-Therapy and psychology in general, even at a distance (FAD), and annually organizes an interdisciplinary conference; the “Francesco De Sanctis” Free University Institute for Foreigners (LIUPS), with courses also at a distance (LIUPS-AD); and the “Guido Dorso” School of Politics, which publishes the online magazine “Politiké”. The ICI, sometimes in collaboration with other cultural bodies, organizes throughout the year, as part of its academic year, a continuous and highly qualitative cultural activity, manifesting itself in a series of conventions, conferences, meetings, lessons, presentations and round tables on cultural and political topics. The Scientific Committee of the Institute is composed of: Steven Carter (professor of English language and literature at the University of California, Bakersfield), Massimo Cocchi (professor of Food and Human Nutrition at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Bologna); Giovanni Dotoli (emeritus professor of French language and literature at the "Aldo Moro" University of Bari and professor at the Sorbonne University in Paris); Constantin Frosin (professor of French language and literature at the "Danubius" University of Galati; writer) in memoriam, Antonio Illiano (emeritus professor of Italian language and literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Roberto Pasanisi (former director of the departments and lecturer, “Principe di Napoli” University Center; director of the Italian Cultural Institute of Naples and of “Nuove Lettere”; writer; clinical psychologist and psychotherapist), Vittorio Pellegrino (former president of the Provincial Tourist Board of Naples; neuropsychiatrist, former Director of the Mental Health Service and professor at the University of Naples "Federico II") in memoriam, Mario Selvaggio (professor of French language and literature at the University of Cagliari); Mario Susko (former full professor at the University of Sarajevo; professor of American literature at the State University of New York, N.
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