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Aiscli Summer School: World Cultures and Literatures in English

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WORLD CULTURES AND LITERATURES IN ENGLISH

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Anno accademico 2015/2016

Docente
Prof. Carmelina Concilio (Titolare del corso)
Corso di studio
Anglistica
SSD attività didattica
L-LIN/10 - letteratura inglese
Erogazione
Mista
Lingua
Inglese
Frequenza
Obbligatoria
Tipologia esame
Saggio finale
Prerequisiti
Buona conoscenza dell'inlgese.
Propedeutico a
Tirocinio Ambasciata Canada
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Period: 19- 24 September 2016

AISCLI SUMMER SCHOOL: WORLD CULTURES AND LITERATURES IN ENGLISH

September 19-24, 2016 – University of Torino, Italy

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and Modern Cultures

Programme Title: EnvironmEntal Humanities, Digital Humanities and Human Rights

DESCRIPTION "Over the past ten years we have witnessed increasing attention paid to environmental concerns, human rights and the quality of democracies. We are trying to find a new balance, capable of granting justice, across fields such as economics, architecture, food, politics" (Mario Cucinella, landscape architect). It is our opinion that the Humanities have not only an important role to play, but also a moral and intellectual obligation to participate in the discussion.

The 2016 AISCLI Summer School offers a contribution to this debate, it is meant to be an introduction to "thinking postcolonial about postcolonial matters" through a close examination of the contemporary literary, artistic and intellectual productions within the English Speaking World.


TUITION FEE:
Admission fee 350 € VAT exempt for individuals or 300€ + VAT (21%) for professionals and companies

 

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Programma

 

 September 19-24, 2016

 

 

LECTURES

 

MONDAY

19.09 

TUESDAY

20.09                        

Translation

Studies

WEDNESDAY

21.09

Humanitarian Crises

THURSDAY

22.09

Environmental

Humanities

FRIDAY

23.09

Digital Humanities

SATURDAY

24.09

Environmental

Humanities

10:00-11:30

 

ROGER

BROMLEY

 

Writing as Resistance: 'dollars for oil' and the coloniality of being.

FRANCA CAVAGNOLI

 

Translation workshop

MARTA

CARIELLO & OLGA

SOLOMBRINO

 

Different Allocations of Humanness: Humanitarian Crises, Human Frames

ANTOINE

ACKER

 

Negotiating Nature in the Americas

ESTERINO

ADAMI

 

Texts that Change Your Life: Commitment and Imagination in Indian Graphic Narratives

MICHELA BORZAGA

 

Ecological Laboratories: Rewriting Human Rights in Africa

break

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:45-13:00

 

 

ROBERTO BENEDUCE

 

Ethnopsychiatry

 

FRANCA CAVAGNOLI

 

Translation workshop

 

FILM

cinema

Ambiente

 

LUIGI

CAZZATO

 

Postcolonial Studies, Decolonial Thinking, Human Rights

MARILENA

PARLATI

 

Garbage and Trash

FILM

CINEMA AMBIENTE

lunch break

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:15-15:45

ALESSANDRO

VESCOVI

 

The Language in the Ibis trilogy by Amitav Ghosh

JOHAN

JACOBS

 

South African

Photography

JOHAN

JACOBS

 

Contemporary South

African writing

PAOLA DELLA VALLE

 

Translating "The Whale Rider" by Witi Ihimaera

IRENE

DE ANGELIS

 

Contemporary Irish Ecopoetry

 

break

 

 

 

 

 

 

16:00-17:30

SERENELLA

IOVINO

 

Written on Landscapes and Bodies: Dimensions of Environmental Justice and Planetary Metaphors

FILM

cinema

Ambiente

 

SONIA

DI LORETO

 

Transnational Digital Humanities and American Studies

FILM:

 

 

THE WHALE RIDER

 

 

STUDENTS' S PRESENTATIONS & DISCUSSION

 

17:30-19:00

DANIELA FARGIONE

Introduces

Monique Truong

CARMEN

CONCILIO

Amitav Ghosh's Environmental Concern (Lecture # 1)

FILM

CINEMA

AMBIENTE

CARMEN

CONCILIO

Amitav Ghosh's Environmental

Concern (Lecture #2)

FILM cinemambiente

 

Ghostland

 

 

Students Committee for general info, help, suggestions, comments on past editions:Maria Festa: mfesta@outlook.com

 

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LECTURERS

Antoine Acker (University of Turin): Negotiating Nature in the Americas

Esterino Adami (University of Turin): Texts that Change Your Life: Commitment and Imagination in Indian Graphic Narratives

Roberto Beneduce (University of Turin):  Ethnopsychiatry

Michela Borzaga (University of Vienna): Ecological Laboratories: Rewriting Human Rights in Africa

Roger Bromley (Professor Emeritus University of Nottingham): Writing as Resistance: 'dollars for oil' and the coloniality of being.

Marta Cariello & Olga Solombrino (University of Naples): Different Allocations of Humanness: Humanitarian Crises, Human Frames

Franca Cavagnoli (University of Milan): Translation Theories and Practice

Luigi Cazzato (University of Bari): Postcolonial Studies, Decolonial Thinking, Human Rights

Carmen Concilio (University of Turin): Amitav Ghosh's Environmental Concern

Irene De Angelis (University of Turin): Contemporary Irish Ecopoetry

Paola Della Valle (University of Turin):  Translating The Whale Rider byWiti Ihimaera

Sonia Di Loreto (University of Turin): Transnational Digital Humanities and American Studies

Serenella Iovino (University of Turin): Written on Landscapes and Bodies: Dimensions of Environmental Justice and Planetary Metaphors

Johan Jacobs (Professor Emeritus University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban): South African Photography and Contemporary South  African Writing

Marilena Parlati (University of Padua): Garbage and Trash

Alessandro Vescovi (University of Milan): Amitav Ghosh, Language in the Ibis trilogy

 

 

 

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Director and Tutor
Prof.ssa Carmen Concilio
Email: carmen.concilio@unito.it
Università degli Studi di Torino - Tel. 011 670.26.82

 

Organizational Secretariat
COREP - Corso Trento, 13
Email: uep@corep.it
Tel. 011 197.424.01

 

INFO AND PROGRAMME: http://www.uep.corep.it/ss_world_cultures_2013

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