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A symposium dedicated to contemporary Italian fictionalizations of reality, and to the fictions that constitute Italy’s realities.

 

The symposium will be dedicated to contemporary Italian fictionalizations of
reality and the fictions that constitute Italy’s realities.The symposium will be dedicated to contemporary Italian fictionalizations of
reality and the fictions that constitute Italy’s realities.The symposium will be dedicated to contemporary Italian fictionalizations of
reality and the fictions that constitute Italy’s realities.The symposium will be dedicated to contemporary Italian fictionalizations ofreality and the fictions that constitute Italy’s realities.
 
 
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Program
 

 

9:00 a.m. Introduction
Bruce Edelstein, New York University
Rebecca Falkoff, New York University
9:15 Book Presentation: L’invenzione del vero by Raffaello Palumbo Mosca, University of Kent: “Una letteratura che
si ritorce contro se stessa: l’ipotesi del romanzo ibrido”
Respondents: Paolo Campolonghi, New York University and Valeria Castelli, New York University
10:00 Panel: Subjects to and Subjects of Representation in Cinema and Literature
Jim Carter, New York University, “Screening for the Crime: Fiction, Fact, and Cinema”
Marco Purpura, Balthazar polo di studi sul cinema, “Realismo, blackface e brownface, nel cinema italiano
degli anni sessanta: Che cosa sono le nuvole? di Pierpaolo Pasolini e Queimada di Gillo Pontecorvo”
Rebecca Falkoff, New York University, “Sebastiano Vassalli’s Archeology, between the Novel and the Cronaca Nera”
Moderated by Eric Nicholson, New York University

9:00 a.m. Introduction
Bruce Edelstein, New York University
Rebecca Falkoff, New York University

9:15 Book Presentation: L’invenzione del vero by Raffaello Palumbo Mosca, University of Kent: “Una letteratura chesi ritorce contro se stessa: l’ipotesi del romanzo ibrido”
Respondents: Paolo Campolonghi, New York University and Valeria Castelli, New York University

10:00 Panel: Subjects to and Subjects of Representation in Cinema and Literature
Jim Carter
, New York University, “Screening for the Crime: Fiction, Fact, and Cinema”
Marco Purpura, Balthazar polo di studi sul cinema, “Realismo, blackface e brownface, nel cinema italiano degli anni sessanta: Che cosa sono le nuvole? di Pierpaolo Pasolini e Queimada di Gillo Pontecorvo”
Rebecca Falkoff, New York University, “Sebastiano Vassalli’s Archeology, between the Novel and the Cronaca Nera
Moderated by Eric Nicholson, New York University

11:20 Coffee Break
Panel: Others to Whom? Contesting Identity in Today’s Italy
Kat Kitson, New York University, “Permeating Berlusconismo in Media Representations”
Valerie McGuire, European University Institute, “Minority Denunciation: Amara Lakhous’s Clash of
Civilizations Over an Elevator at Piazza Vittorio”
Valeria Castelli, New York University, “Nothing Happens: Stories of Immigation and Globalization in Antonio
Martino’s Documentary Film Nìguri (2009)”
Moderated by Antonio Corrado, New York University
11:40 Panel: Others to Whom? Contesting Identity in Today’s Italy
Kat Kitson
, New York University, “Permeating Berlusconismo in Media Representations”
Valerie McGuire, European University Institute, “Minority Denunciation: Amara Lakhous’s Clash of Civilizations Over an Elevator at Piazza Vittorio”
Valeria Castelli, New York University, “Nothing Happens: Stories of Immigation and Globalization in Antonio Martino’s Documentary Film Nìguri (2009)”
Moderated by Antonio Corrado, New York University

1:00 p.m. Lunch

2:30 Panel: Trying Italy: Theory, Practices and Narration
Guido Vitiello, Università di Roma, La Sapienza, “Il processo, ultima ‘grande narrazione’”
Paolo Campolonghi, New York University, “Dopo la pubblicità: Marco Travaglio between Fact Telling and StoryTelling. A Case Study of Investigative Journalism as a Media Genre in Today’s Italy”
Ellen Nerenberg, Wesleyan University, “Madre malvagia/malata: A Technology of Gender in the Caso Cogne”
Moderated by Christina Brown, New York University

4:15 Keynote Address
Alessandro Dal Lago,
Università degli studi di Genova, “Un paese senza il male? Riflessioni su morale e politicanell’Italia contemporanea”

5:30 Reception

 
 
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