We explain what the Blanquerna Observatory is in Siena

Professor Míriam Díez and student Lydia Dionís have explained what the Blanquerna Observatory of Communication, Religion and Culture is and what it does to Master’s students at the University of Siena who are following the course on “Comunicazione e Religione” by Professor Marco Ventura, director of the Bruno Kessler Foundation. Ramon Llull’s inspiration, universality, transversality and interest in applied research have been the focus of the class taught online, as well as explaining formats such as theotapes, breakfasts or intercultural campaigns.

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