Eliana Corbari

September 24, 2016

Lost in Translation – What Medieval Vernacular Theology Can Teach Us in 2016

Translation is a concept known to us all. So is the concept of conveying ideas to people with different cultures, beliefs or languages to our own. […]
December 14, 2014

Giotto’s Angels

by Eliana Corbari Last week Dantemag reflecteded on angels without wings. Today we focus on the apparently less challenging angels that adorn a family chapel in […]
December 7, 2014

Angelic Visions 2

by Eliana Corbari The works of art we present today do not have wings. The first is an image from a museum in Los Angeles – […]
November 30, 2014

Angelic Visions

by Eliana Corbari. Dante met many angels on his travels through Hell, Purgatory and Paradise. In the company of Virgil, he is welcomed at the entrance […]