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AIMS AND CONTENT
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of the course the student
- will have become familiar with major American historical and cultural developments, and with some major American writers and texts;
- will be able to interpret these developments in English and Italian with reference to fiction, poetry, drama and literary theory;
- will be able to contextualize and analyze texts and documents of notable complexity and historical significance and describe their cultural and linguistic peculiarities.
The course is composed of lectures as well as seminars. The latter will involve the active participation of students, who can engage in individual and/or group research and presentations. Three hours per week given in two classes (of 2 hours and 1 hour respectively).
LESSONS ARE IN ENGLISH.
For students who decide to come to lessons, attendance is mandatory for 28 hours out of 36 (75% of the course). Attendance is checked through signatures.
Students who are unable to attend will have to read some supplementary material.
The course will deal with the African American tradition from Colonial America to the contemporary period. Every year through different texts and perspectives, students will focus on some issues like slavery, African tradition, the Middle Passage, slave narratives, segregation, relationship with the white and European tradition, the Civil Rights Movement till the most recent expressions like Black Lives Matter.
Materiali critici e di supporto verranno resi disponibili su aulaweb
Additional bibliography will be given during lessons
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: Office hours by appointment. Please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
PAOLA ANNA NARDI (President)
STEFANIA MICHELUCCI (Substitute)
Second semester, Tueday, 20 February 2024.
For students who will attend the course, the evaluation will be based on their active participation in the lessons (25%), essay/guided report (25%), and the final exam (75%).
For the other students, the evaluation will be based entirely on the final exam (75%) and essay/guided report (25%)
Exam: 2 hours, 5 questions
|L'esame è scritto e dura due ore secondo le indicazioni su aulaweb. L'esame sarà in aula 17 AdP Iscrizioni aperte da 30 a 7 giorni prima della data. Ricordarsi di portare fogli possibilmente a righe per la prova scritta
|L'esame è scritto e dura due ore secondo le indicazioni su aulaweb. L'esame sarà in aula E polo didattico Iscrizioni aperte da 30 a 7 giorni prima della data. Ricordarsi di portare fogli possibilmente a righe per la prova scritta
Attendance is highly recommended. Students who are unable to attend will have to study some supplementary or different material. Course enrolment via aulaweb is mandatory. Examination enrolment is through the unige website.
This syllabus is valid till February 2025
Erasmus students are welcomed!