100 Days of Dante

I meant to blog about 100 Days of Dante, but I don’t think I did. 

So, 100 Days of Dante is a project where you can read three cantos from the Divine Comedy a week (You can even do it directly at the site and view artwork, too.) and receive regular emails with videos from professors and such. It sounds pretty great to me and it starts THIS Wednesday.

From the website: 

100 Days of Dante is a collaborative resource aimed at educating and forming readers of Dante’s Divine Comedy.

Through videos that explore its literary, theological and spiritual significance, we hope to inspire new and life-long readers to celebrate Dante’s enduring legacy. 

Sign up here

I’m signed up and excited. Honestly, though, I’m overbooked in my life. <Sigh> We’ll just see how things go.

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