Dante Worlds. Echoes, Places, Questions.
- Series: Mediterranean circularities / Circolarità mediterranee, 2
- Pages and Illustrations: 175
- Publication Year: 2019
This collection of studies and essays, originally delivered at a conference held at Stony Brook University, NY, in December, 2015, but greatly recast and expanded, examines aspects of the large footprint Dante has left in Western societies. In particular, they explore the dynamic of worlding that the Florentine effects on a host of authors and contexts, from radical culture-changing proposals within his own socio-cultural mileau, to his regenerative power in entire cultures, such as the Spanish, Latin American, and Albanian, to his shaping trans-national processes, such as with travel, diaspora and immigrant writers. The volume contains articles by
Teodolinda Barolini, Lorenzo Da Ponte Professor of Italian, Columbia University.
Dante Challenges the World He Lives In, Or: Injustice on the Banks of the Indus (With an Appendix on Indians and Ethiopians in the Commedia and a Possible Source in Aristotle)
Simone Brioni, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Stony Brook University, and
Lorenzo Mari, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Insubria.
Postcolonial Dante: Reading the Commedia in Mogadishu
Teresa Caligiure, Research Fellow, Institute for Jewish Philosophy and Religion, University of Hamburg.
Echoes, texts and contexts. Aspects of Dantes reception in communist Albania in the twentieth century
Peter Carravetta, Alfonse DAmato Professor of Italian Studies, Stony Brook University.
Christopher Celenza, Professor of History and Classics, and Dean of Georgetown College, Georgetown University
Echoes of Purgatorio XVI: Notes on free will and politics in the fifteenth century
Paolo Cherchi, Emeritus Professor of Italian, University of Chicago
Dante in the Spanish World
Andrea Fedi, Associate Professor of Italian and Cultural Studies, Stony Brook University.
Dante the master traveler, the master guide to Italy in Maurice Hewletts The Road in Tuscany
Martino Marazzi, Professor of Italian Literature, University of Milan
The double presence, or, the Italian American Dante
Roberta Morosini, Professor of Romance Studies, Wake Forest University.
The widest expanse of water inside shores: Space and Itineraries of Dantes Mediterranean.
With a note on the voyages of Medusa and Hypsipyle
On the Ontology of Aesthetic Objects: Graham Harmans Dantes Broken Hammer
La leggenda del toro dalla Commedia a Filippino Lippi, tra sussurri di colomba ed echi di Bisanzio.€ 85,00
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