ITA 207

Studies in Italian Language and Style

Anna Cellinese

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This course is a journey into four crucial topics that define Italian literature and culture: Landscapes, Beauty, Migration, and Travel. These four pillars will be analyzed through a transnational lens that will give particular emphasis to the concepts of alterity, diversity, language and identity, art and social redemption, multiculturalism, race and afro-Italian issues. Students will acquire a better and deeper understanding of significant cultural landscapes of Italy via a vis-à-vis a global outlook of societies. Particular emphasis will be given to the refinement of the writing process.

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