|Sunday, Feb. 13
||Mass in Italian
2 p.m., Alumni Memorial Chapel, Celebrated by Fr. Giuliano Gargiulo
|Monday, Feb. 14
||"Writing the World and Mapping the Text: Marco Polo's Le Devisement dou Monde"
7 p.m., Join via Zoom, A talk by Dr. Stephen McCormick, Washington & Lee University
|Tuesday, Feb. 15
||"Chinatown in Milan" Zoom forum with Marianna Hu, international law student at the Universita Cattolica and Italian-Born Chinese in Milan, Italy
3:30 p.m., Join via Zoom, Moderated by Prof. Nicolino Applauso
|Thursday, Feb. 17
"The Jesuit Matteo Ricci and the 'Impossible Black Tulip': The Momentous First Meeting of East and West"
7 p.m., Knott Hall B03, A talk by Fr. Joe Rossi S.J., Professor in Theology
|Monday, Feb. 21
||"Chinese and Italian Culture Trivia Night"
7 p.m., Maryland Hall 443 (Language Learning Center), Organized in collaboration between Loyola Chinese Club and Loyola Italian Club
|Wednesday, Feb. 23
"Turandot: The only Italian Opera set in China and the only operatic song that became a world hit among soccer fans"
5 p.m., Cohn Hall 133, A talk by Prof. Paul Oorts
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Sponsors: Catholic Studies, Modern languages & Literatures, and Medieval Studies