Italian Cultural Studies

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Graziella Parati, Ben Lawton
Small PressDistribution, 2001 - History - 247 pages
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Cultural Writing. Edited by Graziella Parati and Ben Lawton. ITALIAN CULTURAL STUDIES includes selected essays written by participants of the Italian Cultural Studies Symposium at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH on October 29-31, 1999. These essays examine the notion of cultural studies-both Italian and others. What is cultural studies? Why should we study it? How should we teach it? What is its relation to traditional language studies? Contributors include Norma Bouchard, Joseph A. Buttigieg, Sandra Carletti, Roberto Maria Dainotto, Nathalie Hester, Sarah Patricia Hill, Irene Kacandes, Giancarlo Lombardi, Daniela Orlandi, Marie Orton, Nicoletta Pireddu, Adrian W.B. Randolph, Maria Galli Stampino, and Rebecca West. Perfectbound.

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Contents

What Is at Stake in Doing Cultural Studies?
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The Place of Literature in Italian Cultural Studies
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Italian Cultural
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About the author (2001)

Graziella Parati is a professor in the Department of French and Italian, the Comparative Literature Program, and the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Dartmouth College.

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