Leonardo Sciascia [11/18/21]

The Leonardo Da Vinci Society

In collaboration with

Museo Italo Americano

cordially invites you to

Leonardo Sciascia

100 year Birth Anniversary Celebration


A lecture by

Prof. Enrico Vettore

Professor of Italian Studies at
California State University Long Beach
Chair of the George L. Graziadio Center for Italian Studies

Live event with Prof Vettore on Zoom

Refreshments will follow

November 18, 6:00 pm

Museo Italo Americano,

Fort Mason, Building C, SF

Free for members. $10 suggested donation GP

Proof of vaccination and mask required

Under the auspices of

The Italian Cultural Institute


Bio of Prof. Enrico Vettore

Enrico Vettore is Professor of Italian Studies at California State University, Long Beach and Chair of the George L. Graziadio Center for Italian Studies.

His main scholarly interests include: Philosophy and Literature, Italian Cinema and Jungian and post-Jungian literary criticism, Ecocriticism, and Zen philosophy.

He has published articles on Roberto Rossellini’s Voyage in Italy, Leonardo Sciascia and Alessandro Manzoni, Sciascia, Borges and Schopenhauer, Petrarch and Schopenhauer, an alchemical reading of Pasolini’s Medea and a Zen reading of Pirandello’s One, No one, and One Hundred Thousand.

 He is currently working on an ecocritical/ecopsychological reading of Antonioni’s trilogy and on a book project on Gianni Celati and Zen philosophy.

The event is “ in person event” Prof Vettore will appear on a big screen on a zoom connection with the audience. 



RSVP to : ldvsf2017@gmail.com