|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
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Contemporary Italian Literature studies Italian literary production from the end of the Nineteenth century to the present day, with particular attention to the historical framework and analysis of the text.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The main objective of the course is to strengthen the knowledge of contemporary Italian literature. The contents will be presented with a interdisciplinary approach. The students will refine their skills to analyse texts, which will progressively enable them to become independent in their future professional activity.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the end of the course the student:
will have acquired adequate knowledge of the history of Contemporary Italian Literature;
will have developed autonomous ability to examine and analyse texts;
will be able to use the disciplinary skills acquired in the future professional activity.
Contemporary Italian Literature is divided into lectures carried out by the teacher who will retrace the history of Italian Literature of the Twentieth century, accompanied by the reading of a choice of texts and practice.
History of Contemporary Italian Literature.
The history of Italian literature of the last century will be retraced, with the main authors and a selection of texts and practice.
The student is required to obtain:
Alberto Casadei, Marco Santagata, Manuale di letteratura italiana contemporanea, Bari, Laterza, 2007.
Other material on aulaweb.
Non-attending students are invited to contact the lecturer.
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
VERONICA PESCE (President)
MASSIMO COLELLA (Substitute)
ALESSANDRO FERRARO (Substitute)
The exam will take place orally. To access the oral exam, students must have attended the workshop.
The student must demonstrate a good knowledge of contemporary Italian literature, history and texts, according to the indications provided in class. The questions to which the student will be required to answer include being able to synthesize and describe the main Italian literary phenomena of the Twentieth century and to be able to analyze and contextualize authors and texts debated during the lessons. Non-attending students will have to agree with the teacher on the program and study methods that ensure the acquisition of the skills required for the course.