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Monthly Archives: July, 2013

Boundaries – Memory

Re-mapping postcolonial Italy: an interview with Simone Brioni on the documentary Aulò by Ellen Davis Walker (University of Cambridge) Let’s begin simply; what inspired you to make Aulò. Roma postcoloniale? … Continue reading

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Boundaries – Academia

 Migrant writers? Tell them to stop! An overview of recent Italian migrant works* by Fulvio Pezzarossa (University of Bologna) As we had partly foreseen[1], the 20th anniversary of the publication … Continue reading

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Boundaries – Critic’s corner

Identity, Migration, Post-colonialism. Canon and National Literature by Daniele Comberiati (Université Libre de Bruxelles) What does it mean nowadays to deal with migrant and postcolonial literature in the Italian language … Continue reading

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Boundaries – Voices

Studying Postcolonial Literature: a Work in Progress by Chiara Giuliani (University of St. Andrews) A few years ago during my Erasmus year in London, at UCL, I signed up for … Continue reading

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