In its eight centuries of history, the University of Padua has always been a place for discussion, exchange, and reflection. As a place open to the contribution of scholars from all over the world who circulated ideas and thought, renewing such a mission with the Lessons about Europe series of conversations hosted on Sundays at Padua’s Teato Verdi. Each meeting offers a highly topical theme on how the future of the European continent is being written.
Held on Sunday, 27 November, the second meeting from the Lessons about Europe series offers a reflection on the issues Europe faces and its role within the new international geopolitical context.
The meeting hosts the RAI journalist Donato Bendicenti, in dialogue with Bernardo Cortese, professor of European Union Law at the University of Padova.
European Lessons is a series of meetings organized in celebration of the 800th anniversary of the University of Padua presented for the public to enjoy in dialogue with university educators. The series is organized in collaboration with the Teatro Stabile del Veneto – National Theater.
Admission to events is free; booking is available on the web site of the Teatro Verdi . Access without reservation from 10 minutes before the show, subject to availability.