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19/11/2019 – Interpretation of L’infinito

15:00
Biblioteca di Studi Letterari e Linguistici

Professor
Roberto Fedi
Università per Stranieri di Perugia

Coordinator
Domenica Falardo

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).

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09/12/2019 – D’Annunzio and the dimension of beauty

15:00
Biblioteca di Studi Letterari e Linguistici

Professor
Gianni Oliva
Università degli Studi “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara

Coordinator
Domenica Falardo

The lecture investigates the concept of beauty, fundamental in the varied activity of Gabriele D’Annunzio. His destiny of aesthete revolves around this idea, but it is an aestheticism which has nothing theoretical or superficial and directly involves institutions. D’Annunzio fights against a society made ugly by the “profit”, based on banking and financial systems: in this way the dimension of beauty becomes an instrument far from vacuous, responsible for penetrating in the most intimate fibers of the social life.

ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

29/11/19-Mallarmé’s irony

Studied by Luigi de Nardis in 1962, Mallarmé’s irony is a literary phenomenon not completely explored by modern criticism. While in the first phases of his production irony is generally consists in a practice of deconstruction and reformulation of meaning, in his more mature lyrics it becomes more reflective, generating a sort of auto-parody in which Mallarmé cites his own style and some recurring themes of his poetry.


Luca Bevilacqua is an associate Professor of French Literature at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, where he teaches French language and literature. His main research field is French poetry, with a special focus on French 19th Century. As a specialist of Mallarmé, he recently published a commented edition of his Poems (Mallarmé, Poesie, Marsilio «Letteratura universale/I Fiori blu», 2017)
ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

23-25/10/19-1820. Global Revolution.

1820-21 Global revolution
Seminary on the ongoing research
Salerno-Napoli, 23- 25 ottobre 2019

The proximity of the Bicentennial of the liberal revolutions of Cadiz and Naples (1820) and of the connected extension of the crisis to the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, gives the opportunity for an initial assessment of ongoing research and historiographical perspectives related to this topic. It was a global crisis, which played a major role in the origins of the contemporary world. The new questions formulated by the political, institutional and cultural historiography open a profitable space for research innovation, which is the main objective of this open seminar.

23/10/19
Aula Imbucci, University of Salerno
14:00-18:00 First session

24/10/19
Aula Imbucci, University of Salerno
09:00-18:00 Second session

25/10/19
University of Naples Federico II
09:00-13:00 Conclusions

ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

25/10/19-Investigation during the 19th century: historiographical and fictional model

During the 19th century, investigations become extremely important in several different fields such as social science, criminology, demography and economics. This period is also regarded as the century of history; the Greek meaning of the word “history” (“investigator”, “witness”): the etymology of this term highlights its strong relationship to some genres like reports in newspapers and reviews and testimony in autobiographical literature.

PROFESSOR
Eléonore Reverzy

Eléonore Reverzy is full professor of French Literature at Paris 3 – Sorbonne nouvelle. Her main fields of research are 19th century’s French literature, with a particular focus on the novel, the relationship between literature and politics and the role of literature in social discourses. Among her books we may remember: Mort d’Éros. La mésalliance dans le roman français du second XIXe  siècle, SEDES, 1997; La Chair de l’idée. Poétique de l’allégorie dans Les Rougon-Macquart, Droz 2007 ; Portrait de l’artiste en fille de joie. La Littérature publique, CNRS, 2016.

ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

24/10/19-The concept of public literature

Through the analysis of corpus of texts by Balzac, Maupassant and Zola, this conference discusses the notion of “public literature” from the critical point of view of gender studies and press studies.
Frequently used by 19th Century’s authors and critics, the metaphor of “literary prostitution” allows a representation of the writer dealing with the commercialization and democratisation of literary works.
The prostitute-writer, paid by the director of a given periodical, reaches new domains where he gains an absolute power and becomes a meta-poetic figure, the double of a writer hoping to reach to an increasingly bigger reading public.

PROFESSOR
Eléonore Reverzy

Eléonore Reverzy is full professor of French Literature at Paris 3 – Sorbonne nouvelle.
Her main fields of research are 19th century’s French literature, with a particular focus on the novel, the relationship between literature and politics and the role of literature in social discourses.
Among her books we may remember: Mort d’Éros. La mésalliance dans le roman français du second XIXe siècle, SEDES, 1997 ; La Chair de l’idée. Poétique de l’allégorie dans Les Rougon-Macquart, Droz 2007; Portrait de l’artiste en fille de joie. La Littérature publique, CNRS, 2016.
ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

17/10/19-Statistical Analysis for Applied Linguistics with “R”

The course is addressed to Ph.D. students, Ph.D. doctors and researchers in all fields of linguistics doing quantitative analysis. It is organised in four lessons aiming at introducing some fundamental statistical concepts and the most common analysis techniques used in linguistics. The main objective of the course is to provide researchers with analytical tools to work with R-Studio. Consequently, the lessons will be focused on the application of statistical techniques, with data taken from different subfields of linguistics. In particular, the course programme is organised as follows:

Theory and practice of the following topics: statistical significance (p-value), experimental design, choice of statistical tests, parametric and non-parametric statistics, correlations (i.e. Pearson, Spearman, T-Test, Chi-Square).

ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

10/10/19-Statistical Analysis for Applied Linguistics with “R”

The course is addressed to Ph.D. students, Ph.D. doctors and researchers in all fields of linguistics doing quantitative analysis. It is organised in four lessons aiming at introducing some fundamental statistical concepts and the most common analysis techniques used in linguistics. The main objective of the course is to provide researchers with analytical tools to work with R-Studio. Consequently, the lessons will be focused on the application of statistical techniques, with data taken from different subfields of linguistics. In particular, the course programme is organised as follows:
Theory: basic concepts and methods of statistical analysis: i.e. dependent and independent variables, continuous and discrete variables, standard deviation, inter vs intragroup variance, analysis of examples taken from quantitative analysis in applied linguistics.
Practice: introduction to R-Studio: how to import and export data, data visualisation (i.e. graphs), basic operations in R.
ByCoordinamento Dipsumdolls

20-21/03/19-Forms and practices of mobilization and political violence in the nineteenth century

Dottorato di Studi Letterari, Linguistici e Storici, Università degli Studi di Salerno
Dottorato in Storia, Archeologia, Storia delle arti Università di Napoli Federico II
Seminario di ricerche storiografiche


20/03/19, Napoli, BRAU

Dopo la rivoluzione. Le origini del discorso legittimista nel regno delle Due Sicilie
Marco Meriggi

Lo “spazio” borbonico. Una prospettiva storiografica
Carmine Pinto, Università degli Studi di Salerno

Politica rurale”, reti cospirative e repressione nelle Calabrie 1840-1846
Antonio Buttiglione, Istituto di Studi Storici,

21/03/19, Salerno, Aula Giuseppe Imbucci

Governare attraverso la polizia. Modelli e pratiche tra la restaurazione e l’unificazione nazionale

Laura di Fiore

La rivoluzione del 1848 a Napoli. L’immaginario politico radicale
Viviana Mellone

L’invenzione di un mito. Pontelandolfo e Casalduni, 1861-2019
Silvia Sonetti, Università degli Studi di Salerno


The seminary is organized jointly by the historical doctorate programs of the University of Naples Federico II and Salerno. It starts from the body of international studies that has been measured on the issues of politicization and civil conflict, of the monarchy and of the counter revolution in Europe and America, preparatories to the definition of a research on nineteenth-century forms of politicization and about relationsheep between Revolution and counter-Revolution. Presents research in progress on the formation of national projects, war and popular and intellectual mobilization, through its political, cultural, ideological dimension.
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