Category Archives: Fall
Prof. Gabriele Marchesini
This course takes a general approach to acting styles, providing a direct and in-depth involvement with the Italian language as it mediates between the theory and the practice of theatrical literature, a literature conceived as a recited art rather than as one to be read. This way, we will approach the theatre as protagonists, rather than simply practising our knowledge of another language and culture.
Prof. Vanessa Pietrantonio
In the first half of the 19th century, some European writers opted to avoid realistic descriptions in favor of images that were hallucinatory, ambiguous, murky, vague, or misshapen. Such images were often housed in infinite or incomplete spaces, in places where horrors were depicted by grotesque figures, painful grimaces, or decomposing bodies.
Italy’s Path in the World Today. From the Rebirth of Democracy to the Global Economic Crisis: 1945-2012
Prof. Alberto Preti
In 1945 Italy was a predominantly agricultural society recovering from twenty years of dictatorship and a military defeat that had devastated the country and altered the collective identity of the Italian people. In the decades that followed the population of Italy saw their country undergo a rapid period of industrialization, urbanization, and modernization as well as the establishment of a democratic Republic that quickly took root.
Prof. Beatrice Collina
The pleasures of the text and the pleasures of the palate blend together, as if writing and feeding expressed analogous biological needs. Food takes on a symbolic role and a metaphorical meaning of far-reaching The pleasures of the text and the pleasures of the palate blend together, as if writing and feeding expressed analogous biological needs.