MyDante in the News

A new video game based on Dante's Inferno has gotten a lot of press lately. Two reporters approached Georgetown's Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) to get his reaction to the game's depiction of Dante's poem.  In his course on Dante and the Christian Imagination, Ambrosio uses MyDante, an interactive site developed at CNDLS and devoted to the contemplative reading of Dante's Divine Comedy.  Ambrosio is quoted and MyDante is mentioned in the Washington Post and USA Today. To learn more about MyDante, or to sign up for an account, please visit dante.georgetown.edu. You can read more about how Ambrosio uses MyDante in his teaching here.

A new video game based on Dante's Inferno has gotten a lot of press lately. Two reporters approached Georgetown's Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) to get his reaction to the game's depiction of Dante's poem.

A new video game based on Dante’s Inferno has gotten a lot of press lately. Two reporters approached Georgetown’s Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) to get his reaction to the game’s depiction of Dante’s poem.  In his course on Dante and the Christian Imagination, Ambrosio uses MyDante, an interactive site developed at CNDLS and devoted to the contemplative reading of Dante’s Divine Comedy.  Ambrosio is quoted and MyDante is mentioned in the Washington Post and USA Today.

To learn more about MyDante, or to sign up for an account, please visit dante.georgetown.edu. You can read more about how Ambrosio uses MyDante in his teaching here.