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Apart from specialising in Modern Italian History with a specific focus on Anglo-Italian history, Memory, Intellectual History and Cultural History, she has research interests in Cultural Studies and the History of the Church and Catholicism: this includes the investigation of organised crime in Southern Italy, particularly the Camorra, its cultural representations through literature and.
Cultural heritage and memory: untangling the ties that bind. history, literature, culture studies, and today, memory studies. Traditionally, going down the path of the individual leads to cognitive psychology, psychoanalysis, and neuroscience and the light that these disciplines might be able to shed on the workings of memory. Yet, these two broad approaches need not necessarily be divided.
With this special issue of Studies in Cultural Memory we wish to offer a space for scholarly debate and dialogue on cultural memory, in a European context and internationally (mainly the USA) that assumes a distinctly cultural and social perspective. This special issue welcomes research across disciplines in the humanities and social sciences and seeks to provide a critical forum for dialogue.
These twenty-four essays, written over a period of nearly thirty years, range widely in time and scope and consider some of the greatest figures in European literature, among them Virgil, Goethe, Balzac, Joyce, Eliot, Ortega y Gasset, and Hesse. The essays show the qualities that made Curtius one of the great critics of our age: his lucid, penetrating mind, his comprehensive erudition, his.
It starts with the history of children's literature, looking at its use as a pedagogical tool, moving through Aesop's fables, fairy tales, Victorian and Edwardian literature, and examining authors that might include A.A Milne, Dr. Seuss, Sherman Alexie, and Melvin Burgess, amongst others. The course looks at issues of genre and content as well as at historical context. Theoretical readings on.
This collective monograph analyzes post-1989 Central and Eastern Europe through the paradigm of postcoloniality. Based on the assumption that both Western and Soviet imperialism emerged from European modernity, the book is a contribution to the development of a global postcolonial discourse based on a more extensive and nuanced geohistorical comparativism.
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