Culture

ISRAEL – Farewell to Matilde Cohen-Sarano, guardian of Ladino

Also known as Judezmo or Judaeo, Ladino is the ancient language of the Sephardic Jews, which survived the forced expulsion from the Iberian Peninsula in the late 15th century and the subsequent dispersion throughout the Mediterranean region. According to recent …

ART – Micha Ullman’s sculpture Second Home restored in Rome

On the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Rome, Micha Ullman’s sculpture Second Home. Jerusalem – Rome was restored to its original location near the former Jewish Roman Ghetto. The Israeli artist, internationally renowned for his works commemorating historical events …

OCTOBER 7 – “Why we are no longer afraid”

By Angelica Calò Livnè*

These days, I often think that in the 1930s, when the racist laws were promulgated, my grandparents were the same age of my children today. I have often imagined my grandfather Cesare in his thirties, …

TURIN – Farewell to Alberto Piazza,
who dismantled the myth of human races

Along with his colleagues Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza and Paolo Menozzi, Turin geneticist Alberto Piazza was credited 30 years ago with dismantling the myth of human races. “Humanity cannot be divided into races,” Piazza explained in an interview a few years …

ART – History seen from above
in Giorgio Albertini plates

In occasion of the Casale Comics & Games Festival, a event dedicated to comics in Piedmont region, the Fondazione Casale Ebraica (Jewish Casale Foundation) inaugurated “History, seen from above,” an exhibition dedicated to the works of Giorgio Albertini. Passionate about …

FÚTBOL – Turín recuerda a Erbstein,
el entrenador de los Invencibles

Para los aficionados al fútbol, el estadio Filadelfia de Turín representa el símbolo del Grande Torino. Aquí se ha consagrado la leyenda de los Invencibles, que terminó trágicamente el 4 de mayo de 1949. Aquí el once granate, liderado por …