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The women who made history

Women who made history will be the topic of the 3rd International Conference on Arts and Humanities organis by the International Centre for Studies of Arts and Humanities (ICSAH) and the Dante Alighieri Society Nicosia.

Forty-five speakers from the USA, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Cyprus, France, Italy, Armenia, Romania, Croatia, India, Ukraine and Israel will be present sharing their insights. The conference is the second international Arts and Humanities conference organised by Umberto Mondini, President of the Dante Alighieri Society of Cyprus and Dr Rossitsa Terzieva-Artemis Associate Professor of Literature at the University of Nicosia.

Despite it starting on Tuesday, the proceedings will be officially opened by the Rector of the University of Nicosia, Professor Philippos Pouyioutas, in the presence of the Italian Ambassador Dr Andrea Cavallari on Wednesday June 5.

Today and the next two days will be filled with talks and discussions, presenting women in history who should not be forgotten. Given the grand number of international speakers, the conference will be held in various languages; English, French and Italian.

The major goal of the Women Who Made History conference is to address questions that involve more than one research field and promote multidisciplinary dialogue and cooperation. The papers will be published online and in a dedicated volume of Conference Proceedings.


Women Who Made History

3rd International conference with international speakers. Until June 7. University of Nicosia. 9am-5.30pm. €50

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