Students in the Italian program at the University of Notre Dame stage public readings of the Divine Comedy across campus (fall 2012).
“Organizers said the event was meant to bring the ‘vibrant immediacy’ of The Divine Comedy to life for a modern audience. ‘Students of Dante will know that reading his works alone and silently can be a life-changing experience, the fruits of which will endure and ripen,’ said Anne Leone, postdoctoral research fellow in Italian studies. ‘But reading his works aloud—and together—promises to be another experience entirely.'” —Notre Dame News
For video coverage of the event, click here.