20710313 - LETTERATURA, GIORNALISMO E NUOVI MEDIA L.M.

The course Literature, journalism and new media, L.M., aims to enrich the student's specialized training on contemporary Italian literature through the interrelationships with journalism, cinema and television that have profoundly changed the system of literary communication during the twentieth century. The educational perspective, open to the ongoing transformations of literary writing in relation to new communication strategies, aims to prepare the student for the potential of multiple career opportunities.

VENTURINI MONICA

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Programme

New media and contemporary writers:
The aim of the course is to explore, in an interdisciplinary perspective, the relationship between literature and new media from the 1950s to the present. In this period there was the diffusion of new technologies that have revolutionized literary communication systems.

Core Documentation

Bibliography:
C. Melani-M. Venturini, Ecce Video. Tv e letteratura dagli anni Ottanta a oggi. Firenze, Cesati, 2018.

Critical essays:
Benvenuti Giuliana, Ceserani Remo, La letteratura nell’età globale, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2012;
Mondello Elisabetta, Il noir degli anni Zero. Uno sguardo sulla narrativa italiana del terzo millennio, Roma, Giulio Perrone, 2015
Donnarumma Raffaele, Ipermodernità. Dove va la narrativa contemporanea, Il Mulino, 2014
Giglioli, Daniele, Senza trauma. Scrittura dell'estremo e narrativa del nuovo millennio, Quodlibet, 2011
Serkowska Hanna (a cura di), Finzione, cronaca, realtà. Scambi, intrecci e prospettive nella narrativa italiana contemporanea, Massa, Transeuropa, 2011.

Authors: Alberto Moravia, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Maria Bellonci, Umberto Eco, Dacia Maraini, Melania Mazzucco, Sandro Veronesi, Antonio Scurati, Francesco Piccolo, Nicola Lagioia, Francesca Sanvitale, Oriana Fallaci, Roberto Saviano, Elena Ferrante, Niccolò Ammaniti.


Type of delivery of the course

The course will have a seminary structure and the lessons will be organized so as to facilitate the discussion. The course requires a written work. This draft will have to be sent fifteen days before the oral exam. Attending students will have to prepare the exam paper, a critical essay of their choice and two authors to be analyzed. The oral examination will be focused on the written work, on the texts analysed during the course and on the critical essays. Students who do not attend will have to read 2 critical essays in addition. Erasmus students will have to prepare the exam paper indicated and two authors to be analyzed.

Type of evaluation

Exam: Written and oral. The oral examination will be focused on the written test, on the texts analysed during the course and on the critical essays.