The invention of Italy as an imaginary homeland on the Canadian soil  Storytelling, language, media

//The invention of Italy as an imaginary homeland on the Canadian soil  Storytelling, language, media

The invention of Italy as an imaginary homeland on the Canadian soil  Storytelling, language, media

Dipartimento di Studi Letterari Linguistici e Comparati

International Conference

The invention of Italy as an imaginary
homeland on the Canadian soil
Storytelling, language, media

25-26 October 2018
Palazzo Du Mesnil, Sala Conferenze
Via Chiatamone 61/62
Napoli

 

Thursday, October 25, 2018

14:30 Welcome Address
Elda Morlicchio, Rector
Augusto Guarino, Head of the Department

15:00 Introduction

 15:30 Pasquale Verdicchio, University of California
Re-storying Images of Home: Paul Tana and Vincenzo Pietropaolo

16:00 Ylenia De Luca, University of Bari
Scrivere la differenza: la prospettiva minoritaria di Marco Micone e Fulvio Caccia

16:30  Angela Buono, UNIOR
La demeure égarée: des voix italo-québécoises

 Coffee Break

 Chair: Ylenia De Luca, University of Bari

17:00  Mirko Casagranda, University of Calabria
A Sociolinguistic Perspective on Antigone by Antonio D’Alfonso

17:30  Anna Mongibello, UNIOR
The Discursive Construction of the Homeland in the Italian-Canadian Media Discourse

Extracts from the film Lives of the Saints

Dinner



Friday, October 26, 2018

Chair: Oriana Palusci, UNIOR

9:30  Keynote Speaker: Nino Ricci, writer, University of Toronto
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Negotiating Cultural Identity in the Digital 

Coffee Break

Chair: Alessandra Ferraro, University of Udine

11:00 Eleonora Federici, UNIOR
Self-translating Italy in Nino Ricci’s Trilogy

 11:30 Federico Pio Gentile, UNIOR
The Lives of the Saints Miniseries: a Multimodal Case Study

12:00 Round Table: Translation, Memory, Italy
Gabriella Iacobucci, translator of Ricci’s Trilogy
Elena Lamberti, University of Bologna
Eleonora Federici, UNIOR 
Oriana Palusci, UNIOR

 Closing Remarks

 

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