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Category Archives: Italiaans
The Department of Italian Studies at the University of Utrecht organizes on next May 24th an international conference on Italian writer Silvana Grasso: L’opera di Silvana Grasso: poetica, generi e filologia. Grasso’s work has been translated into several languages, her … Continue reading
Farid Laroussi, Postcolonial counterpoint : orientalism, France, and the Maghreb, University of Toronto Press, 2016. R. Pickering-Iazzi (ed), The Italian antimafia, new media, and the culture of legality, University of Toronto Press, 2017.
Every April 25th Italy commemorates the end of both Mussolini’s regime and the Nazi occupation of the Country: the date, made into a national holiday in 1946, corresponds to the Comitato di Liberazione Nazionale Alta Italia (CLNAI – National Liberation … Continue reading
I mentioned Ada Gobetti earlier on this blog and lately made her the topic of my contribution to the first issue of FIS, the magazine of Romance languages and cultures’ students at the University of Amsterdam. The more I am … Continue reading
«I swear fidelity to the King, to his Royal successors and to the Fascist regime, and I swear to respect the [National Fascist Party’s] Statute and the other laws of the State, and to fulfil my teacher’s and all academics’ … Continue reading
Sinds kort heeft de UvA Bibliotheek een abonnement op de online woordenboeken van ITALNED, de stichting (voorzitter is prof. Vincenzo Lo Cascio, UvA-emeritus hoogleraar Italiaanse Taalkunde), die als doel heeft «de verspreiding van de Italiaanse taal en cultuur in de … Continue reading
Modern Italy is a peer-reviewed journal, founded by the Association for the Study of Modern Italy in 1995, publishing research and review articles «on the history, politics and social, economic and cultural life of Italy and the Italian peoples from … Continue reading