Aula 2, Edificio D
Università per Stranieri di Perugia
The conference represents a reinterpretation of the Leopardi’s poem from a historical, literary and metrical perspective. Starting from the two autograph manuscripts of the text (from Visso and Naples), it will be analyzed in its history, even philological, by having regard to some recent and past critical studies (Santagata, Mengaldo, Lonardi, Blasucci, Gavazzeni).
Aula Imbucci (Edificio C, primo piano)
He teaches History of the Middle Ages at the Department of Human Sciences, University of L’Aquila. He is an expert in Economic and Social History of Southern Italy and History of the Mediterranean.
The history of the Mediterranean told through a series of ancient, usual, traditional objects, to explain integrations, ruptures, evolutions of a historical universe with peculiar traits.
Università di Palermo
In my lecture I will propose an in-depth description of the mechanisms that govern compounding processes in Latin, updated with the results of the most recent literature.
More specifically, I will focus on: 1. the nature of basic constituents of Latin compounds; 2. the differentiation between compounds and other types of constructions involving two or more components.
The fundamental patterns for the formation of Latin compounds will be exemplified and a criterion for their classification will be proposed.
I will pay particular attention to the analysis of Latin verbal compounds whose second member is a verbal constituent connected with the verb facio.
After an overall description of these constructions, I will focus particularly on: – those types that carry a causative meaning, such as calefacio, labefacio, amplifico etc; – the relationship between morphological causatives and the other means that Latin has to encode causative meaning.
I will also try to explain what kind of causativity they express and to what extent they are consistent with the existing typological classifications.
Luisa Brucale is associate professor of General Linguistics at the “Culture e Società” department of the University of Palermo. She graduated in Classics in 1994 and received her PhD in Linguistics from the Roma Tre University in 2000. She teaches General Linguistics for the Bachelor’s degree in Modern Literature and Models of Linguistic Analysis for the Master Degree in Languages and Literatures: interculturality and teaching.
Her main research areas concern the history of ancient linguistics, the morphology of Greek and Latin, the expression of spatial relations in Greek, Latin and Sicilian, the polysemy of prepositions and preverbs. More recently she has worked on the expression of counter-directionality and reversivity in Latin and the formation of modals in Sicilian, together with Egle Mocciaro; with the latter and with Maria Cristina Lo Baido, she is studying the Sicilian discourse markers whose formation includes the verb sapere ‘to know’.
Biblioteca di studi letterari e linguistici
Edificio D 3, terzo piano
Università di Roma, La Sapienza
During this lesson, Silvia Tatti will deepen some aspects of Nineteenth century Litterature, estabilishing an ideal connection between the past and the future, and emphasizing the elements of continuity – but also discontinuity – among Nineteenth Century and previous and following centuries.
The seminar will analyze the forms of containment and repression of brigandage and banditry between modern and contemporary age, focusing attention on security forces, with the aim of expanding the research in the innovative field of security history. In this direction, we want to reconstruct in historical dimension both the theoretical and conceptual aspects and the strategies deployed to defend security, public order or particular political regimes in times of more bitter conflict
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 230, Salerno
About the «Meridiana» review, n. 95
This volume of Meridiana examines some key points of the unification process, cleaning up many myths and trying to set fixed points that can constitute a problematic synthesis to dialogue with the scientific world and with the public discourse. It is an attempt to re-establish the confrontation on the relationship between Southern Italy and Unification, avoiding falling into the fantasies of a certain revisionism, but also moving on to the ground of partisan political commitment. In this direction, the interventions proposed by Meridiana analyze some points and some problems often used in the public discourse by the southern claim, but only to place them in their historical context, verifying their features without making them prisoners of the re-elaboration and of the political needs of the present.
Università Cattolica di Milano
Università Roma Tre
Lists are a cognitive resource for speakers and have a wide range of semantic and pragmatic functions. One of the main objectives of this talk is to further clarify the links between lists and language proficiency. To do so, we focused on lists produced by native and non-native Italian speakers during a lexical search in the context of spontaneous spoken language. The study is based on a corpus of oral productions elicited through a task. As the talk will show, some elements usually considered in the literature as completely disparate can be considered together within the framework of lists. Furthermore, it will show the gradual emergence as construction of a particular subset of lists of lexical searches.
Elisabetta Bonvino is full professor of Educational Linguistics in the Department of Languages, Literature and Culture at the Roma Tre University where she has been working since December 31, 2004. She then obtained a Phd in Linguistics at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris). She is the Director of the Language Centre of Roma Tre; the Deputy Director of the Department; the Director of the Italian L2 Certification “Cert.IT”; President of the association of language teaching and educational linguistics (DILLE). Her primary areas of interest are Intercomprehension among Romance languages; Syntactic, pragmatic and prosodic analysis of spoken Italian L1 and L2; and the Assessment of language competences.