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E’ con grande piacere che annuncio che è appena stato pubblicato  il libro Italy and the Cultural Politics of World War I, curato da Graziella Parati.

Nel volume anche un mio contributo intitolato “The Italian Socialists and the Great War”.

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Per chi vuole, sabato 11/10/14 alle ore 10 sarò al Liceo Scientifico “Leon Battista Alberti” a parlare di “Socialismo e guerra” all’interno del Formia Festival #900.

Qui il programma della manifestazione FormiaFestival_web

Il programma in pdf: SPECTERS OF THE GREAT WAR: FRANCE, ITALY, AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR

 

SPECTERS OF THE GREAT WAR: FRANCE, ITALY, AND WORLD WAR I

An international and interdisciplinary conferene at Dartmouth College

May 15 th – May 17th 2014

 

All presentation in Haldeman 041

Wednesday May 14, 7:00 pm, 105 Dartmouth Hall

 

Gran Serata Futurista

The performance celebrates the birth of the Futurist Movement. Readings from a number of “explosive” manifestos will underscore the major developments in futurism. This effervescent monologue will highlight the impact of futurism on the arts, everyday life, and ideas about the acquisition of knowledge.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

 10:30 visit to the WWI exhibit in Baker Library with Morgan Swan, Special Collections Education and Outreach Librarian at Dartmouth College

 

12:45  Coffee

 

1:15 Opening remarks:  Graziella Parati, Chair of the Department of French and Italian

Philip Hanlon, President of Dartmouth College

 Adrian Randolph, Dean of the Humanities

 

2:00-3:45       MODERNISM AND WWI

CHAIR: KATHERINE HORNSTEIN, Art History Department, Dartmouth College

Cinzia Blum “Masculine Exploits: Marinetti’s Futurist Performance on the Stage of the Great War”

Abigail Susik “War Games: Surrealist Automatism and the Great War.”

Michael Syrimis “War, Laughter, and the Mechanized Body in Italian Silent Film”

 

3:45-4:15pm

Coffee Break

 

4:15-5:45pm Keynote Address:

INTRODUCED BY MARGARET DARROW, History Department, Dartmouth College

Mark Thompson National Unity or Shared Suffering? – Dilemmas of Commemoration in Italy

 

6:00pm

Reception

Top of the Hop, Hopkins Center

 

6:45 Dinner: Faculty Lounge—Hopkins Center (by invitation only)

Friday, May 16, 2014

8:30-9:00am

Breakfast

 

9:00-10:45 am  CULTURAL POLITICS

CHAIR: LUCAS HOLLISTER, French and Italian Department, Dartmouth College

Allison Scardino Belzer “Nurses, Spies, and Sacrifice: Female Citizenship and Patriotism in Italy

Diego Lazzarich “War on war!” The Italian Socialists and WWI

Andrew Sobanet “Pacifism and the Rise of Stalinism in France: A Legacy of World War I”

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